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God gave us memories so that we might have roses in December.
-James M. Barry



Monthly Observances

Safe Toy and Gift Month
National Tie Month
World AIDS Month

National AIDS Awareness Month
Bingo Month
Write a Friend Month

Daily Observances


1
World AIDS Awareness Day
Eat A Red Apple Day

2
National Fritter's Day

3
National Roof Over Your Head Day

4
National Dice Day


Santa's List Day
Wear Brown Shoes Day

5
Bathtub Party Day
Repeal Day
(The 21st Amendment Ends Prohibition)

6
Miners Day
Mitten Tree Day
St. Nicholas Day
Put on Your Own Shoes Day

7
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
International Civil Aviation Day
National Cotton Candy Day
Letter Writing Day

8
National Brownie Day
Take it in the Ear Day

9

Christmas Card Day
National Pastry Day

10
International Human Rights Day

11
National Noodle Ring Day
National Children's Memorial Day

12
National Ding a Ling Day


Poinsettia Day

13
Ice Cream Day
Violin Day

14
National Bouillabaisse Day

15
Bill of Rights Day
National Lemon Cupcake Day

16
Boston Tea Party Anniversary
National Chocolate Covered Anything Day

17
National Maple Syrup Day

18
Bake Cookies Day
National Roast Suckling Pig Day

19

Look For An Evergreen Day
Oatmeal Muffin Day

20
Go Caroling Day
Hannakuh 20-28

21
First Day of Winter

Winter Solstice
Forefathers Day
Hum Bug Day
National Flashlight Day
Look On The Bright Side Day

22
National Datenut Bread Day

23
Roots Day
Festivus

(For the Rest of Us)

24
Christmas Eve
National Egg Nog Day
National Chocolate Day

25

Christmas
National Pumpkin Pie Day

26
National Candy Cane Day
Kwanzaa
Boxing Day

27
National Fruitcake Day
Make Cut Out Snowflakes Day

28
Card Playing Day

29
Pepper Pot Day

30
National Bicarbonate of Soda Day

31
New Years Eve

National Champagne Day
Make Up Your Mind Day
Unlucky Day

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December Flowers

Narcissus

Holly

Poinsettia

Orchid

Color - White

Meaning of Flowers
Reassurance, Celebration,
Success and Wealth

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December Birthstones

Turquoise


Blue Zircon

Blue Topaz

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December Astrology

Saggitarius - Archer ... Nov 22 - Dec 21

Capricorn - Goat ...Dec 22 - Jan 19

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December has the Yule Moon






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DECEMBER
Our hearts grow tender with childhood
memories and love of kindred, and we are
better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmastime.
-Laura Ingalls Wilder



 MONTHLY OBSERVANCES
Awareness Month of Awareness Month Month
National Tie Month
Safe Toys and Gifts Month

Spiritual Literacy Month
World AIDS Month
Universal Human Rights Month

National Drunk and Drugged Driving (3D)
Prevention Month
Operation Santa Paws

Bingo's Birthday Month
Write a Friend Month



WEEKLY OBSERVANCES
WEEK 1
Cookie Cutter Week

National Hand Washing Awareness Week
Tolera
nce Week

WEEK 2
Human Rights Week
Hanukkah or Chanukuh


WEEK 3
Gluten Free Baking Week
Posadas

Satsurnalia

WEEK 4
It's About Time Week
Kwanzaa



DAILY OBSERVANCES

DAY 1
Special Kids Day
Rosa Parks Day
World AIDS Day

DAY 2

National Mutt Day

Special Education Day
International Day for the Abolition of Slavery


DAY 3
International Day of Persons with Disabilities
National Roof Over Your Head Day

DAY 4
Santa's List Day
National Cookie Day
National Dice Day


DAY 5

Bathtub Party Day
International Ninja Day
Repeal Day

DAY 6
St. Nicholas Day

Miner's Day
National Pawnbrokers Day

DAY 7
Faux Fur Friday
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
National Cotton Candy Day

DAY 8
Day of the Horse
International Shareware Day
National Brownie Day

DAY 9

Worldwide Candle Lighting Day
National Children's Memorial Day
Christmas Card Day


DAY 10
Dewey Decimal System Day
Human Rights Day
Nobel Prize Day

DAY 11

International Mountain Day
UNICEF Birthday
National Noodle Ring

DAY 12
Gingerbread House Day

Poinsettia Day
National Ding-Aling Day

DAY 13
Pick a Pathologist Pal Day
Ice Cream Day
Violin Day

DAY 14
Monkey Day
National Salesperson Day
National Bouillabaisse Day

DAY 15
Bill of Rights Day
Cat Herder's Day

National Lemon Cupcake Day

DAY 16
Barbie and Barney Backlash Day
National Chocolate-Covered Anything Day

Boston Tea Party Anniversary

DAY 17
Free Shipping Day
Wright Brothers Day
National Maple Syrup Day

DAY 18
Answer the Telephone Like Buddy the Elf Day
International Migrants Day
Bake Cookies Day

DAY 19
Look for a Evergreen Day
Day for South-South Cooperation

Oatmeal Muffin Day

DAY 20
International Human Solidarity Day
National Re-Gifting Day
Go Caroling Day

DAY 21
Crossword Puzzle Day
Hum Bug Day
World Peace Day


Winter Solstice


DAY 22
Ann and Samantha Day
National Haiku Poetry Day
National Date Nut Bread

DAY 23
Festivus
Roots Day

DAY 24
Christmas Eve
National Egg Nog Day
National Chocolate Day

DAY 25
Christmas

National Pumpkin Pie Day
A'Phabet Day or No "L" Day

DAY 26
Boxing Day
National Candy Cane Day
National Thank You Note Day

DAY 27
Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day
National Fruitcake Day

DAY 28
Holy Innocents Day
Pledge of Allegiance Day

Card Playing Day

DAY 29
Tick Tock Day
Pepper Pot Day

DAY 30
Bacon Day
Falling Needles Family Fest Day
National Bicarbonate of Soda Day

DAY 31
New Years Eve

National Champagne Day
Universal Hour of Peace




DECEMBER ZODIAC SIGNS

Sagittarius.....The Archer.....Nov. 23 - Dec. 22
Capricorn.....The Goat.....Dec. 23 -  Jan 20



DECEMBER FLOWER
NARCISSUS


MEANING OF THE FLOWER
RESPECT
MODESTY
TASTEFULNESS

DECEMER BIRTHSTONES

TURQUOISE


BLUE TOPAZ


BLUE ZIRCON


If a cold December gave you birth
The month of snow and ice and mirth
Place on your hand a turquoise blue
Success will Bless what e'er you do.

Meaning of Birthstone
Prosperity
Happiness
Good Fortune


Full Cold Moon or Full Long Nights Moon
is on December 28 and is named this because
during this month the Winter cold fastens it's
grip, and nights are at their longest and darkest.

The name December comes from decem- Latin for ten.


Will the world end on December 12, 2012
the end of the Mayan calendar?

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS CUPPA'S 



MONTHLY OBSERVANCES
Awareness Month of Awareness Month's Month
Safe Toys And Gifts Month
National Tie Month

Operation Santa Paws
Universal Human Rights Month
Spiritual Literacy Month
Take A New Year Resolution To Stop Smoking (TANYRTT)

National Drunk and Drugged Driving (3D) Prevention Month
BINGO's Birthday Month
World Aids Month
Made in America Month


 

WEEKLY OBSERVANCES
Week 1

Cookie Cutter Week
Tolerance Week
Recipe Greetings for the Holidays Week
Week 2

Human Rights Week
Week 3

Christmas Bird Count Week
Gluten Free Baking Week
Posadas
Week 4

Kwanzaa
Saturnalia
It's About Time Week



DAILY OBSERVANCES
Day 1

Advent
Day With(out) Art Day
Rosa Parks Day
Day 2
Cyber Monday
International Day For The Abolition Of Slavery
National Mutt Day
Day 3
International Day of Persons With Disabilities
National Roof Over Your Head Day
1967 First successful Heart Transplant
Day 4

Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting
National Cookie Day
Santa's List Day
Day 5
AFL-CIO Day
Bathtub Party Day
International Ninja Day
Day 6
St. Nicholas Day
Miners Day
National Pawnbrokers Day
Day 7

Earmuff Day
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
National Cotton Candy Day
Day 8
World Wide Candle Lighting Day
World Choral Day
Pretend To Be A Time Traveler Day
Day 9
International Anti-corruption Day
Weary Willie Day
Christmas Card Day
Day 10

Nobel Prize Day
Human Rights Day
Dewey Decimal System Day
Day 11
International Mountain Day
UNICEF Birthday
1620 Pilgrims Landed on Plymouth Rock
Day 12
Gingerbread House Day
Poinsettia Day
National 12-Hour Fresh Breath Day
Day 13

Asarah B'Tevet
Pick A Pathologist Pal Day
Friday the 13th
Day 14
International Shareware Day
Monkey Day
National Noodle Ring Day
Day 15
Bill of Rights Day
Cat Herders Day
National Lemon Cupcake Day
Day 16

Barbie and Barney Backlash Day
National Chocolate-covered Anything Day
Zionism Day
Day 17
Free Shipping Day
Wright Brothers Day
National Maple Syrup Day
Day 18
Answer the Telephone Like Buddy the Elf Day
International Migrants Day
National Roast Suckling Pig Day
Day 19

Look For An Evergreen Day
National Re-gifting Day
Oatmeal Muffin Day
Day 20
International Human Solidarity Day
National Sangria Day
Underdog Day
Day 21
Winter Solstice
World Peace Day
Humbug Day
Day 22

1882 First Christmas Lights For Sale
National Haiku Poetry Day
National Date Nut Bread Day
Day 23
Festivus
Roots Day
1913 Federal Reserve System Established
Day 24
Christmas Eve
Natural Egg Nog Day
National Chocolate Day
Day 25

Christmas
A'phabet Day or No "L" Day
National Pumpkin Pie Day
Day 26
Boxing Day
National Candy Cane Day
National Thank-You Note Day 
Day 27
National Fruitcake Day
Make Cut-Out Snow Flakes Day
Visit The Zoo Day
Day 28

Pledge of Allegiance Day
Card Playing Day
Holy Innocents Day
Day 29
Tick Tock Day
Pepper Pot Day
1862 the Bowling Ball was Invented
Day 30
Bacon Day
Falling Needles Family Fest Day
National Bicarbonate of Soda Day
Day 31

New Year's Eve
Make Up Your Mind Day
National Champagne Day

December Flowers are Narcissus and Holly.

Narcissus

Holly
Flower Meaning: Stay as Sweet as you are, Egotism, Formality/
Foresight and Good Wishes.

December Birthstone is Turquoise.

Properties: Prosperity, Success, Happiness and Good Fortune.
Traditional Metaphysical Properties: Open Communication, Protection
Against all Diseases, Regeneration and Strengthening.
Healing Properties: Effective for health problems relating to Throat,
Lungs, Asthma, Teeth, Depression and Infection.
It is also used to enhance Creativity, Serenity and Spiritual Bonding.

December Zodiac

Sagittarius
Sagittarius.....The Archer.....Nov 23 - Dec 22
Capricorn.....The Goat.....Dec 23 -  Jan 20

Capricorn



December, from decem, Latin for ten.
The earliest Latin calender was a 10 month one, beginning with March,
thus, September was the 7th month, October the 8th and so forth.  July
was  originally called Quintilis-5th, August was called Sextilis-6th.


The Full Moon on the 17th is called "Cold Moon" by the Native Americans.
Because at this time of year, the nights are long, the days short and so
less sunlight means more cold days.

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WELCOME TO DECEMBER CUPPA GALS



MONTHLY OBSERVANCES
Operation Santa Paws
Universal Human Rights Month
BINGO's Birthday Month
Safe Toys & Gifts Month
World AIDS Month
Nation Drunk & Drugged Driving Prevention Month
Spiritual Literacy Month
National Tie Month



WEEKLY OBSERVANCES
WEEK 1
Cookie Cutter Week
Older Driver's Safety Awareness Week

WEEK 2
Recipe Greetings For The Holidays Week
Human Rights Week

WEEK 3
Christmas Bird Count Week
Chanukah

WEEK 4
It's About Time Week
Kwanzaa




DAILY OBSERVANCES
DAY 1
Cyber Monday
Rosa Parks Day

DAY 2
Giving Tuesday
National Mutt Day

DAY 3
Rockefeller Tree Lighting  
Special Kids Day

DAY 4
National Cookie Day  
World Wildlife Conservation Day

DAY 5  
Bathtub Party Day  
Faux Fur Friday

DAY 6  

St. Nicholas Day  
Earmuffs Day

DAY 7  
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day  
National Cotton Candy Day

DAY 8  
Green Monday  
Pretend To Be A Time Traveler Day

DAY 9  
Weary Willie Day  
Christmas Card Day

DAY 10  
 
Human Rights Day  
Nobel Prize Day

DAY 11  
UNICEF Birthday  
International Mountain Day

DAY 12  
National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day
Poinsettia Day

DAY 13
Gingerbread Decorating Day
Tic Tac Toe Day

DAY 14
Worldwide Candle Lighting Day
World Choral Day

DAY 15
Bill of Rights Day
National Lemon Cupcake Day

DAY 16 

Hanukkah
National Chocolate Covered Anything Day

DAY 17
Wright Brothers Day
National Maple Syrup Day

DAY 18
Free Shipping Day
National Regifting Day

DAY 19
Underdog Day
Look For An Evergreen Day

DAY 20
Go Caroling Day
National Sangria Day

DAY 21
Winter Solstice
Hum Bug Day

DAY 22
National Haiku Poetry Day
Date Nut Bread Day 

DAY 23
Festivus
Human Lights Celebration

DAY 24
Christmas Eve
Egg Nog Day

DAY 25

Christmas
Christmas Pudding Day

DAY 26
National Candy Cane Day

Kwanzaa

DAY 27
Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day
Howdie Doodie Day

DAY 28
Card Playing Day
Pledge Of Allegiance Day

DAY 29
Tick Tock Day
National Chocolate Day

DAY 30
Bacon Day
Falling Needles Family Fest Day

DAY 31
New Years Eve
Universal Hour of Peace Day



DECEMBER FLOWER
Holly 


Narcissus 



DECEMBER BIRTHSTONE
Turquoise 


Blue Zircon or Blue Topaz


DECEMBER ZODIAC 
Sagittarius - Archer ... Nov 22 - Dec 21

Capricorn - Goat ...Dec 22 - Jan 19




DECEMBER FULL MOON ON THE 6TH is called the "COLD MOON" by Native Americans because at this time of year the nights are long, the days are short and so less sunlight means more cold days.
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DECEMBER

Monthly Observances
Aids Awareness Month
BINGO's Birthday Month
National Impaired Driving Prevention Month
National Tie Month
Operation Santa Paws (1-19)
Safe Toys and Gifts Month
Universal Human Rights Month
Spiritual Literacy Month
Take a New Year's Resolution to Stop Smoking Month

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Weekly Observations
Week 1
Cookie Cutter Week
Week 2
Chanukah or Hanukah
Older Drivers Safety Awareness Week
Recipe Greetings for the Holidays Week
Week 3
Human Rights Week
Christmas Bird Count Week
Halcyon Days 
(7 days before and after the Winter Solstice)
Week 4
It's About Time Week
Kwanzaa

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Daily Observances
Day 1

Giving Tuesday (always after Cyber Monday)
Rosa Parks Day
Antarctica Day
Day 2
International Day for the Abolition of Slavery
Special Education Day
Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting
Day 3
International Day of Persons With Disabilities
National Christmas Tree Lighting *DC
National Roof Over Your Head Day
Day 4
National Cookie Day
Faux Fur Friday
World Wildlife Conservation Day 
Day 5
AFL_CIO Day
Earmuffs Day
International Ninja Day
Day 6
St. Nicholas Day
National Pawnbrokers Day
Miners Day
Day 7
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
National Cotton Candy Day
International Civil Aviation Day
Day 8
Pretend to be a Time Traveler Day
National Brownie Day
Take it in the Ear Day
Day 9
National Pastry Day
Wee-Willie Day
Christmas Card Day
Day 10
International Human Rights Day
Nobel Prize Day
Day 11
International Mountains Day
UNICEF Birthday
National Noodle Ring Day
Day 12
Gingerbread Decorating Day
Gingerbread House Day
National Cocoa Day
Poinsettia Day
Day 13
World Choral Day
Worldwide Candle Lighting Day
Violin Day
Day 14
Green Monday
Monkey Day
Roast Chestnuts Day
Day 15
Bill of Rights Day
Cat Herders Day
National Lemon Cupcake Day
Day 16
Barbie and Barney Backlash Day
National Chocolate-covered Anything Day
Boston Tea Party Anniversary 
Day 17
Clean Air Day
Free Shipping Day
National Re-gifting Day
Wright Brother's Day
Day 18
Answer the Phone Like Buddy the Elf Day
National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day
Bake Cookies Day
Day 19
Look for an Evergreen Day
Oatmeal Muffin Day
Day 20
National Sangria Day
Games Day
Go Caroling Day
Day 21
World Peace Day
Winter Solstice
Hum-Bug Day
Day 22
National Date Nut Bread
Day 23
Human Light Celebration
Festivus
Roots Day
Day 24
Christmas Eve
National Egg Nog Day
Day 25
Christmas
Christmas Pudding Day
National Pumpkin Pie Day
Day 26
Boxing Day
National Candy Cane Day
National Thank You Note Day
Day 27
Make Cut-out Snowflakes Day
National Fruit Cake Day
Howdy Doody Day
Day 28
Pledge of Allegiance Day
National Chocolate Day (28th and 29th)
Endangered Species Pact Day
Day 29 
Tick Tock Day
YMCA Day
Pepper Pot Day
Day 30
Bacon Day
Falling Needled Family Fest Day
National Bicarbonate of Soda Day
Day 31
New Year's Eve
Universal Hour of Peace Day
National Champagne Day

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DECEMBER ZODIAC SIGNS

Sagittarius.....The Archer.....Nov. 23 - Dec. 22
Capricorn.....The Goat.....Dec. 23 -  Jan 20



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DECEMBER FLOWER
Narcissus 



Meaning of the Flower
Respect
Modesty
Tastefulness


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December Birthstones

Turquoise


Blue Topaz or Zircon

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The December 25th Full Moon is call "Cold Moon" by Native Americans because at this time of year the nights are long, the days short, so less sunlight means more cold days.

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December, from decem, Latin for ten.
The earliest Latin calander was a 10 month one, beginning with March, thus, September was the 7th month, October the 8th and so forth.  July was  originally called Quintilis-5th, August was called Sextilis-6th.
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DECEMBER


MONTHLY
AIDS AWARENESS MONTH
NATIONAL IMPAIRED DRIVING PREVENTION MONTH
OPERATION SANTA PAWS
SAFE TOYS AND GIFTS MONTH
UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS MONTH



WEEKLY
ONE
COOKIE CUTTER WEEK
TWO
HUMAN RIGHTS WEEK
THREE
CHRISTMAS BIRDS COUNT WEEK
FOUR
IT'S ABOUT TI
ME WEEK



DAILY
 DAY 1

ANTARTICA DAY
ROSA PARKS DAY
NATIONAL CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING IN D.C.
DAY 2
FAUX FUR FRIDAY
SPECIAL EDUCATION DAY
NATIONAL MUTT DAY
DAY 3
EARMUFF DAY
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PERSONS WITH DIABETES
DAY 4
NATIONAL COOKIE DAY
WORLD WILDLIFE CONSERVATION DAY
DAY 5
WORLD SOIL DAY
MINER'S DAY
DAY 6
ST NICHOLAS DAY
NATIONAL PAWNBROKERS DAY
DAY 7
NATIONAL PEARL HARBOR REMEMBRACE DAY
NATIONAL COTTON CANDY DAY
DAY 8
PRETEND TO BE A TIME TRAVELER'S DAY
DAY 9 
CREMATION DAY
INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY
DAY 10
DAY OF THE HORSE
GINGERBREAD DECORATING DAY
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
NOBEL PRIZE DAY
NATIONAL WREATH'S ACROSS AMERICA DAY
DAY 11
WORLD WIDE CANDLE LIGHTING DAY
WORLD CHORAL DAY
DAY 12
GINGERBREAD HOUSE DAY
NATIONAL COCOA DAY
POINSETTIA DAY
DAY 13
PICK A PATHOLOGIST PAL DAY
DAY 14
MONKEY DAY
YOGA DAY
DAY 15
BILL OF RIGHTS DAY
FREE SHIPPING DAY
NATIONAL CUPCAKE DAY
DAY 16
NATIONAL UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER DAY
NATIONAL CHOCOLATE COVERED ANYTHING DAY
DAY 17 
NATIONAL RE-GIFTING DAY
WRIGHT BROTHERS DAY
DAY 18
ANSWER THE TELEPHONE LIKE BUDDY THE ELF DAY
GIVE A WINE CLUB DAY
DAY 20
INYERNATIONAL HUMAN SOLIDARITY DAY
GAMES DAY
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER AND ACTION FOR CHILDREN
DAY 21
FORFATHERS DAY
HUMBUG DAY
WORLD PEACE DAY
WINTER SOLSTICE
YULE
DAY 23
HUMAN LIGHTS CELEBRATION
FESTIVUS
DAY 24
CHRISTMAS EVE
CHANUKAH
EGG NOG DAY
DAY 25
CHRISTMAS
CHRISTMAS PUDDING DAY
DAY 26
BOXING DAY
NATIONAL CANDY CANE DAY
NATIONAL THANK YOU NOTE DAY
DAY 27
HOWDY DOODY DAY
VISIT THE ZOO DAY
DAY 28
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT DAY
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE DAY
DAY 29
YMCA DAY
TICK TOCK DAY
DAY 30
BACON DAY
FALLING NEEDLES FAMILY FEST DAY
DAY 31
NEW YEARS EVE
GLOBAL CHAMPAGNE DAY
UNIVERSAL HOUR OF PEACE






FULL MOON ON THE 13TH IS CALLED "COLD MOON" BY NATIVE AMERICANS BECAUSE AT THIS TIME OF YEAR THE NIGHTS ARE LONG, THE DAYS ARE SHORT, AND SO LESS SUNLIGHT MEANS MORE COLD DAYS.
THIS MOON IS ALSO CALLED THE "YULE MOON"


DECEMBER FLOWER

NARCISSUS


HOLLY



DECEMBER BIRTHSTONE

TURQUOISE


BLUE ZIRCON or BLUE TOPAZ



DECEMBER ZODIAC

SAFFITARIUS 11-22 TO 12-21


CAPRICORN  12-22 TO 1-19


December, from decem, Latin for ten.
The earliest Latin calander was a 10 month one, beginning with March, thus, September was the 7th month, October the 8th and so forth.  July was  originally called Quintilis-5th, August was called Sextilis-6th.

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