Definition of Jomada II

1. Noun. The sixth month of the Islamic calendar.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jomada II

Jojo
Jolene
Joliet
Joliot
Joliot-Curie
Jolles' test
Jolliet
Jolly
Jolly's reaction
Jolly Roger
Jolly Rogers
Jolly bodies
Jolson
Jolyon
Jomada I
Jomada II (current term)
Jominian
Jomo Kenyata
Jon
Jon.
Jonah
Jonah crab
Jonah crabs
Jonas
Jonas Edward Salk
Jonas Salk
Jonathan
Jonathan Edwards
Jonathan Swift
Jonathan Trumbull

Literary usage of Jomada II

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1. The Crusade of Richard I, 1189-92 by Thomas Andrew Archer (1889)
"This terrible event happened on the morning of Tuesday, 11 Jomada II. ... The enemy rejoined the main body on Friday, 16 Jomada II.f . ..."

2. The Crusade of Richard I. 1189-92: Extracts from the Itinerarium Ricardi by Thomas Andrew Archer (1900)
"This terrible event happened on the morning of Tuesday, 11 Jomada II. ... The enemy rejoined the main body on Friday, 16 Jomada II.f . ..."

3. The Life of Saladin by Claude Reignier Conder (1897)
"... out with the troops he had brought with him from the East (the districts round the Euphrates), reaching (Jerusalem) on Thursday, the igth of Jomada II. ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"... he who asks help from God ") was caliph till his death in 'Jomada II. 640 (December 1242). In the year 624 (1227) Jenghiz Khun died, but the Mongol ..."

5. The Angevin Empire, Or the Three Reigns of Henry II, Richard I and John (A.D by James Henry Ramsay (1903)
"... 351, 352 gives the day as the 21st of Jomada II., apparently a Sunday : that would be the 5th July. Bishop Stubbs cites another edition of ..."

6. The Angevin Empire, Or The Three Reigns of Henry II, Richard I, and John (A by James Henry Ramsay (1903)
"... 351, 352 gives the day as the 2ist of Jomada II., apparently a Sunday : that would be the 5th July. Bishop Stubbs cites another edition of ..."

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