Definition of Christmastide. Meaning of Christmastide. Synonyms of Christmastide

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Definition of Christmastide

Christmastide
Christmastide Christ"mas*tide`, n. [Christmas + tide time.] The season of Christmas.

Meaning of Christmastide from wikipedia

- Christmastide (also known as Christmastime or the Christmas season) is a season of the liturgical year in most Christian churches. In some Christian denominations...
- Jessye Mae Norman (September 15, 1945 – September 30, 2019) was an American opera singer and recitalist. She was able to perform dramatic soprano roles...
- Western Christian traditions Midnight M**** is the first liturgy of Christmastide that is celebrated on the night of Christmas Eve, traditionally beginning...
- Yule underwent Christianised reformulation, resulting in the term Christmastide. Some present-day Christmas customs and traditions such as the Yule...
- Scarlet's Hidden Treasures and Christmastide are Amos' only EPs completely comprising non-LP tracks. Notes "Christmastide" did not enter the Billboard 200...
- Christmastide is Bob Bennett's eighth album; his second with the Signpost Music label. In this release, Bob captures many of Western Civilization's love/hate...
- Christmastide Divination (Russian: "Святочное гадание") is a painting by Russian artist Konstantin Makovsky from around 1905. The painting shows a moonlit...
- 9, 2020, Amos announced the release of a holiday-themed EP entitled Christmastide on December 4, digitally and on limited-edition vinyl. The EP consists...
- the season of Advent or the Nativity Fast and initiates the season of Christmastide, which historically in the West lasts twelve days and culminates on...
- A candy cane is a cane-shaped stick candy often ****ociated with Christmastide, as well as Saint Nicholas Day. It is traditionally white with red stripes...