Lammas definitions

lăm'əs
August 1, the day on which these feasts were celebrated.
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A Christian feast formerly celebrated in England, during which bread from the season's first wheat was consecrated at Mass in thanksgiving for the harvest.
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A Christian feast formerly celebrated in commemoration of Saint Peter's deliverance from prison.
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A harvest festival formerly held in England on Aug. 1, when bread baked from the first crop of wheat was consecrated at Mass.
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This day (Lammas Day) or this time (Lammastide) of the year.
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(England) Former festival held on 1st August celebrating the harvest.
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(Scotland) 1st August, a quarter day.
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(paganism) A modern pagan festival celebrated in early August celebrating the start of the grain harvest.
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Origin of lammas

Middle English Lammasse from Old English hlāfmæsse hlāf loaf mæsse Mass Mass