Definition of Kalendars
1. kalendar [v] - See also: kalendar
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kalendars
Literary usage of Kalendars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Medii ævi Kalendarium: Or, Dates, Charters, and Customs of the Middle Ages by Robert Thomas Hampson (1841)
"ANCIENT kalendars. M. DE VALOIS, at the end of his edition of ... and martyrs were written, and which, in course of time, received the title of kalendars. ..."
2. The Ancient Kalendar of the University of Oxford, from Documents of the by Christopher Wordsworth (1904)
"I. For the benefit of such of our readers as may be interested in kalendars generally we print (on pp. 279-80) a supplementary index (no. ..."
3. Educational Charters and Documents 598 to 1909 by Arthur Francis Leach (1911)
"Bristol School under the kalendars Gild. c. 1141. . [AF Leach, VC ft. Gloucestershire, Schools, 1I. 355, from Bristol Little Red Book, f. 83 b. ..."
4. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1861)
"The kalendars of the Church. OCCURRENCES. 1. Translation of the first; office of the second. 2. Office of the first; translation of the second. 3. ..."
5. The Liturgical Year: An Explanation of the Origin, History & Significance of by Vernon Staley (1907)
"... are to be ultimately traced, through the intervening channels of the kalendars of 1604 and 1561, to the kalendars of the Sarum Missal and Breviary—the ..."