midsummer definition

  • noun:
    • The middle of the summertime.
    • The summer solstice, about June 21.
    • The period round the summer solstice; about twenty-first Summer in north hemisphere.
    • 1st day of summer
    • The middle of summer time.
    • Midsummer Day, the English quarter day.
    • the midst of summer time.
    • The middle of summer time; the time for the summer time solstice, about the 21st of Summer (astronomically the beginning of summertime), because in Great Britain summertime is considered as you start with might; specifically, midsummer day, Summer 24th. See midsummer time, here.
    • Lunacy.
    • Summer 21, as soon as the sunlight has reached its northernmost point
  • adjective:
    • Happening in the exact middle of summer time.

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