yule-tide

  • 1 yule|tide — or yule|tide «YOOL TYD», noun. the season of Christmas; Christmastide …

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  • 2 Yule|tide — or yule|tide «YOOL TYD», noun. the season of Christmas; Christmastide …

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  • 3 yule-tide — n. Christmas. See yule …

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  • 4 Yule Tide —    The season or time of Christmas …

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  • 5 yule-tide —  Christmas. N …

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  • 6 Yule·tide — /ˈjuːlˌtaıd/ noun, pl tides [count, noncount] old fashioned + literary : the Christmas season the festive atmosphere of Yuletide Yuletide cheer …

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  • 7 yule — n. 1. Christmas, yule tide. 2. Lammas, Lammas tide …

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  • 8 Yule — n. (in full yule tide) archaic the Christmas festival. Phrases and idioms: yule log 1 a large log burnt in the hearth on Christmas Eve. 2 a log shaped chocolate cake eaten at Christmas. Etymology: OE geol(a): cf. ON joacutel …

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  • 9 Yule — Infobox Holiday holiday name=Yule caption= Juletræslys , a Danish Yule Tree Candle observedby=Northern Europeans and Various Anglosphereans date=Northern Hemisphere: circa December 21 Southern Hemisphere: circa June 21 celebrations=Festivals,… …

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  • 10 Yuletide — Yule|tide [ˈju:ltaıd] n [U and C] literary Christmas ▪ Yuletide festivities …

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  • 11 Yuletide — Yule|tide [ jul,taıd ] noun uncount an old word meaning the period of time around Christmas …

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  • 12 yuletide — yule•tide [[t]ˈyulˌtaɪd[/t]] n. the Christmas season • Etymology: 1425–75 …

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  • 13 Deck the Halls — For other uses, see Deck the Halls (disambiguation). Deck the Halls (original English title: Deck the Hall ) is a traditional Yuletide/Christmas and New Years carol. The fa la la refrains were probably originally played on the harp. The tune is… …

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  • 14 Bobbie Wickham — Roberta Bobbie Wickham is a recurring fictional character in the Jeeves and Mr Mulliner stories of British comic writer P. G. Wodehouse, being a troublesome redheaded girl, enamoured of practical jokes which often result in general… …

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  • 15 The Festival (short story) — The Festival is a short story by H. P. Lovecraft written in October 1923 and published in the January 1925 issue of Weird Tales . It is considered to be one of the first of his Cthulhu Mythos stories.InspirationThe story was inspired by Lovecraft …

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  • 16 Дживс и Вустер — Это статья о цикле романов и рассказов П. Г. Вудхауза. См. также статью об экранизации цикла Дживс и Вустер (телесериал). Хью Лори (слева) в роли Вустера и Стивен Фрай (справа) в роли Дживса в телесериале «Дживс и Вустер» по мотивам… …

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  • 17 Дживс и Вустер (серия романов) — Это статья о цикле романов и рассказов П. Г. Вудхауза. См. также статью об экранизации цикла Дживс и Вустер (телесериал). Хью Лори (слева) в роли Вустера и Стивен Фрай (справа) в роли Дживса в известном телесериале «Дживс и Вустер» по мотивам… …

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  • 18 yuletide — (n.) late 15c., from YULE (Cf. yule) + TIDE (Cf. tide) …

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  • 19 Saint Lucy's Day — ( Sankta Lucia , Saint Lucia) is the Church feast day dedicated to St. Lucy and is observed on December 13. It retains traditional forms of celebration mainly in Scandinavia, parts of the United States and southern Europe. It is celebrated in… …

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  • 20 Deck the Halls — (также Deck the Hall, рус. Украсьте зал) известная рождественская и новогодняя песня на английском языке, ставшая популярной в начале XVIII века, которая не только поётся во время зимних праздников, но и используется во многих художественных… …

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