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İngilizce Mevsimlerin isimleri nedir
İngilizce Mevsimler ve Türkçe Anlamları şöyle;
Spring : İlkbahar
Summer : Yaz
Autumn : Sonbahar
Winter : Kış
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January, 1 of the year in the Gregorian Calendar takes 31 days and not months.
In Turkey, Ataturk's revolution, until the Arabic for "hearth", which means "law كانون" word Kanun-i Sani, Kânunisani, Kanunusani, Kânunusaniolan name of the month after the second law of the Republic, was used as a İkincikânun January 10, 1945, adopted 15 January 1945 and entered into force in January was the name of the month with the law that changes the names of four months.
The name now instead of the old Persian Turkish od use the word originates from the word fire. A radical "wood" in the word "fire burning" means.
February of the year in the Gregorian Calendar 2 and, in some years, 28 months, 29 days and attracts some years. Divisible and indivisible four digits of the year (except for years divisible by 100 bölünebilip 400) that year for years now (366-day year), and in February of that year is 29 days. Are all the other years and 28 days of the end of February.
Turkish has the Syriac word for Sabbath.
March of the year in the Gregorian Calendar 3 takes 31 days and not months.
In ancient Rome, the month of March, the Roman God of War "Martius was" the war to begin this month and was considered to be a lucky time. January and February, they are not suitable to fight in March was the first month of the Roman calendar. BC Julius Caesar 45 in the year after the reform of the calendar, was launched on January 1. However, in many countries, with the start of the month of March of the year the tradition was continued. On January 1, the first day of the new year 1564 in France, it's official. Great Britain and the colonies, the tradition of the March 25, 1752 in the Gregorian
April, of the year in the Gregorian Calendar 4 takes 30 days and not months.
April word, Arabic (April), Syriac (nisanna), Sumerian (nisag = first fruits), Akkadian (nisānu) and Hebrew (NISA) said that the word is received.
May 5th year in the Gregorian Calendar takes 31 days and not months.
May name is identified with the Roman goddess of fertility, Bona Dea, Greek Goddess, "Maia bear" comes from the Latin Maius mensis'ten.
June of the year in the Gregorian Calendar 6 takes 30 days and not months.
Hot Syriac meaning "June" was the word.
June is the month of June for English, [[Jupiter]] 's wife, is the Roman goddess Juno
July of the year in the Gregorian Calendar 7 takes 31 days and not months.
Turanca "tamu-z" "very hot, hell," the word, Sumerian / Sumarca / Sümmerce / Suomerce fertility god with a name "dummuzzi" word coming Syriac / Assyrian "July" was the word the same Turkish. English this month, "Sickle bear" or "bear grass" is called
August of the year in the Gregorian Calendar 8 takes 31 days and not months. English this month, "Harman bear", "Pin bear" is also. In some places this month "July" bear "Sickle bear" is mentioned, as well.
September of the year in the Gregorian Calendar 9 takes 30 days and not months.
September Arabic, Syriac, "grapes" meaning aylûl'den (of grapes) to come.
Christian Turks of this month, "Cross bear", "bear the cross" or the Black Sea, by changing the "mackerel bear," they say.
September is the name of the English for "September", from the Latin meaning 7 "Septem" comes from. September, BC Up to 153, the ancient Roman calendar
October 10 of the year in the Gregorian Calendar takes 31 days and not months.
In Turkey, Ataturk's revolution until the Sumerian-Babylonian-Hebrew-Syriac-Aramaic name, the name of the month Tishri T. Evvel coming from the Republic, then the first Reversals, İlkteşrin or First Reversals, was used as a Birinciteşrin January 10, 1945 which entered into force on January 15, 1945, and accepted by the law that changes the names of the four-month October was the month name
November 11 of the year in the Gregorian Calendar takes 30 days and not months.
In Turkey, Ataturk's revolution until the Sumerian-Babylonian-Hebrew-Syriac-Aramaic with the name coming from Tishri-i Sani Reversals Reversals the Second Republic, the name of the month, was used as a İkinciteşrin January 10, 1945, accepted January 15, 1945 ' and the names of the four-month changes in the law which came into force in November was the month name
December 12 of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and pulls the last month and 31 days.
In Turkey, Ataturk's revolution, until the Arabic for "hearth", which means "law كانون" Kanun-i Once upon a word, Kanunuevvel, Kanunievvel, Kânunuevvel after the first of the month name, the Republic of laws, was used as a İlkkânun January 10, 1945, accepted which came into force in January 1945, and the names of the 15 four-month name of the month in December with the law was changed. en yüksek yaparsan sevinirim