equinocciun (1121-35)

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equinocciun (1121-35)

[ FEW: 24,219a aequinoctium; Gdf: 3,324b equinoction; GdfC: ; TL: 3,744 equinoccïon; DEAF: ; DMF:  équinoxion; TLF: ; OED:  equinoction n.; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
equinoctium,  equinoctiun  

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1geog.equator
( c.1230; MS: 1275-85 )  D’iloc vers equinocciun (var. equinoccial (R,C,D)MS: s.xiv1/4,s.xiiiex,s.xiii2) Dure nostre solsticiun  429
equinocciun vernal
1timespring equinox, period in March when day and night are of equal length
( 1121-35; MS: s.xii3/3 )  decreissent sa gent, Cume les ures funt Ki enz en la nuit sunt Puis l’equinoctium Vernal que en marz avum  1875-76
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