1000239134 ====================================================================== A charming way of expressing a similar idea is "month's mind": "MONTH' S MIND, in medieval and later England a service and feast held one month after the death of anyone in his or her memory. These ' Minding days' were of great antiquity, and were survivals of the Norse minne or ceremonial drinking to the dead." 1911 Encyclopedia: MONTH' S MIND is an old Irish custom called a 'month's mind' where family and friends gather about a month after someone's death to celebrate that person's life." National Catholic Reporter: Memorial Service for Gary Mac Eoin Catholic cultures observe 'month's mind' Masses or yearly anniversaries." Christ the Redeemer Roman Catholic Church: THE BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE A fanciful suggestion: "uncianniversary," a portmanteau word I created from Latin "uncia," meaning a twelfth part, and "anniversary." Since a month is one-twelfth of a year, a month's celebration could be an "uncianniversary." I like the sound of it. But I get that way if I think in Latin for very long.
Hyperdictionary: Uncia ====================================================================== Google search strategy: Google Web Search: "mensiversary" ://
Experiences help to bring people close together and form new memories, explains psychologist Ryan T. D., writing for "Psychology Today." Plan to take a romantic one day class.
I've not found this word in any reputable dictionary, but perhaps exposure in Google Answers can help to put it there. The monthly recurring date of a past event, especially one of historical, national, or personal importance: a first date mensiversary; the mensiversary of the founding of Nerstone Pictures. On October 11, the mensiversary of 9/11, a news article in the Washington Post admitted that bin-Laden is winning the propaganda war." Independent American Party: A Look at Islam At "Not quite half a year ago, on an Election Tuesday in New York, our nation's fabric was attacked, the peace was shattered, and the city's two tallest buildings came crashing down...
Whether you're choosing to celebrate your one month or one year, these gifts have got you covered.
Coming to an anniversary with your significant other—whether it’s one year or 12—is always worth celebrating. ) Plus, it’s true that relationships are hard work, and milestones should be marked, because hey, you guys are still crushing those #relationshipgoals. What says romance like spending the day and night at a chic hotel in your city, or a quaint B&B in the country?
Some of the most appreciated anniversary gifts revolve around time the couple can spend together enjoying some activity or event together.
The first month is a big deal and most women if not the men will expect some sort of recognition of the conclusion of one month of dating.
Is there a word, derived from Latin or otherwise that is more accurate when referring to the 'monthly recurring of a past date event'?