Jefferson Davis's Birthday
noun Date: 1929 the first Monday in June observed as a legal holiday in many Southern states

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  • jefferson davis's birthday — ˈdāvə̇s(ə̇z) noun Usage: usually capitalized J&D&B Etymology: after Jefferson Davis died 1889 president of the Confederate States of America : the first Monday in June observed as a holiday in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, a …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jefferson Davis's Birthday — Jef′ferson Da′vis s Birth′day n. cvb June 3 or the first Monday in June, observed as a legal holiday in some Southern states …   From formal English to slang

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