One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
St Martin's Day, 11 November.
- ‘And from Martinmas until Easter he must lie at his lord's fold as often as it is his turn.’
- ‘Early Tudor literary references to the celebration and the ambience of Martinmas are few but telling.’
- ‘It is not related to any particular religious festival but coincides with the Hindu festival of lights, Diwali, and the Christian festival of Martinmas.’
- ‘These days, the equivalent dates in Scotland are Martinmas, Candlemas, Whitsunday and Lammas.’
- ‘This essay will explore both the feast and the season of Martinmas as interdependent phenomena, both under the aegis of the great bishop of Tours.’
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