Definition of adventus in US English:

adventus

noun

  • 1Originally Roman History. The ceremonial entry and reception of an emperor, pope, king, or other ruler or religious leader, into a city, town, institution, etc.

  • 2British History. The arrival of the first Anglo-Saxon settlers in post-Roman Britain.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From classical Latin adventus approach, arrival.

Pronunciation

adventus

/adˈvɛntəs/