A nonexistent date of the Gregorian calendar, especially in context of having scheduled events that will never occur.
Other Word Forms of February
Origin of February
Re-Latinized from Middle English feoverel, from Old French feverier, from Latin februārius, of the month of purification, from februa, the Roman festival of purification, plural of februum; perhaps from Latin febris (“fever”), from Proto-Indo-European base *dhegh-, to burn.
Middle English Februarie from Latin Februārius (mēnsis) (month) of purification from februa expiatory offerings possibly of Sabine origin
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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