annus mirabilisannus mi·rab·i·lis
Origin of annus mirabilisModL, literally , wonderful year
nounpl. anni mi·ra·bi·les
Origin of annus mirabilisNew Latin annus m&imacron;rabilis : Latin annus, year + Latin m&imacron;rabilis, wondrous.
(plural anni mirabiles)
From Latin annus (“year”) + mirabilis (“miraculous”).From the title of a poem by John Dryden that commemorates the 'year' June 1665-September 1666, during which occurred several momentous events, beginning with a decisive English victory at the Battle of Lowestoft and ending with the Great Fire of London.