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Dates
Thirty days between 23 December and 21 January on a modern (Gregorian) calendar
Race
Used primarily in the calendars of Men
Pronunciation
narvi'nyeh
Meaning
'New year' (literally 'new Sun')
Other names

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Narvinyë

The month of the new Sun

Months of the year

The first month in the calendars of the Men of Middle-earth, approximately equivalent to modern January (though in fact running from modern 23 December to 21 January). Its name means 'new year' (or, literally, 'new sun').


See also...

Afteryule, Frery, Narwain

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