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'''Halimath''' or '''[[Harvestmath]]''' in [[Bree]], was the nineth month of the [[Shire Calendar]], following [[Wedmath]] and approximately equivalent to modern September. In fact, it ran from modern 23 August to 21 September in a normal year.<ref>{{App|Calendars}}</ref>
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'''Halimath''' or '''[[Harvestmath]]''' in [[Bree]], was the ninth month of the [[Shire Calendar]], following [[Wedmath]] and approximately equivalent to modern September. In fact, it ran from modern 23 August to 21 September in a normal year.<ref>{{App|Calendars}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:54, 3 January 2017

Months in the Shire Calendar
  1. Afteryule (January)
  2. Solmath (February)
  3. Rethe (March)
  4. Astron (April)
  5. Thrimidge (May)
  6. Forelithe (June)
  7. Afterlithe (July)
  8. Wedmath (August)
  9. Halimath (September)
  10. Winterfilth (October)
  11. Blotmath (November)
  12. Foreyule (December)

Halimath or Harvestmath in Bree, was the ninth month of the Shire Calendar, following Wedmath and approximately equivalent to modern September. In fact, it ran from modern 23 August to 21 September in a normal year.[1]

[edit] Etymology

The name represents a modernization of the Old English name for September, hāliġmōnaþ meaning "holy month" (referring to pagan sacrifices).[2][3]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix D, "The Calendars"
  2. Arden R. Smith, "The Shire month-names", Mellonath Daeron - The Language Guild of the Forodrim (accessed 24 November 2017)
  3. Jim Allan (ed.) An Introduction to Elvish, Giving of Names, p. 227