nones definition

  • noun-plural:
    • The ninth time ahead of the ides of per month; when you look at the ancient Roman schedule, the seventh-day of March, May, July, or October plus the fifth day of the other months.
    • Ecclesiastical The 5th regarding the seven canonical hours. No more in liturgical use.
    • Ecclesiastical the full time of day appointed because of this solution, usually the ninth time after sunrise.
    • The fifth day of the months January, February, April, Summer, August, September, November, and December, as well as the seventh-day of March, might, July, and October. The nones had been nine days before the ides, reckoning inclusively, in line with the Roman method.
    • The canonical office, becoming part of the Breviary, recited at noon (formerly in the ninth hour, 3 p. m.) when you look at the Roman Catholic Church.
    • The time of dinner; the noonday meal.
  • noun:
    • In the Roman calendar the eighth time (ninth counting inclusively) ahead of the ides of 30 days.
    • Midday, or even the meal consumed at midday.
    • The liturgy said at midday.
    • See nonce.
    • the 5th of this seven canonical hours; about 3 p.m.
  • others:
    • in Roman calendar, the ninth day prior to the ides, both times included: becoming in March, May, July, and October the seventh day's the month, plus others months the 5th. See ides.
    • In the Roman Catholic and Greek churches, in spiritual homes, and also as a devotional workplace within the Anglican Church, the office associated with ninth hour, initially stated during the ninth hour associated with day (about 3 p. m.), or between midday and therefore time. See canonical hours, under canonical.
    • The ninth time after sunrise; about three o'clock when you look at the mid-day; the time of dinner.

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