"Mis Medi, mis Ebrill, mis Ionawr."

Translation:September, April, January.

March 18, 2018



Medi literally means "reaping", referring to the harvest, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂met- (“to mow, reap”), from which descend English meadow and mow, Latin metō ("I reap, harvest" [Italian mietere]) and Ancient Greek ἄμητος (ámētos, “harvest”).

March 18, 2018


Is it also like "prado"?

October 25, 2018


Why does lonawr have a low case l when the others have a capital letter

April 25, 2018


In mis Ionwar the initial letter of the name of the month is a capital i. In Duo's font the lower-case 'l' and the upper-case 'I' are different if you look very, very carefully at the bottom of the letters.

April 26, 2018


It's ionawr with a capital i, from Latin iānuārius, the month of Iānus (iānus with a capital i, known in English as Janus, the two-faced Roman god of doorways and transitions [thus January]).

April 26, 2018


Its an I(i) not a L(l)

June 14, 2018
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