the fourth month of the year, having 30 days: abbrev. Apr or Ap
Origin of Aprilaltered, influenced, influence by the L, from Middle English Avril ; from Old French avrill ; from Classical Latin aprilis ; from an unverified form apero-, latter, second (in the ancient Roman calendar, the year began with March); akin to Sanskrit aparah, latter, Gothic afar, after
a feminine name: equiv. Fr. Avril
The fourth month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. See Table at calendar.
Origin of AprilMiddle English, from Latin apr&imacron;lis.