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Definition of Whitsun Tuesday

Whitsun Tuesday
Whittuesday Whit"tues`day, n. (Eccl.) The day following Whitmonday; -- called also Whitsun Tuesday.

Meaning of Whitsun Tuesday from wikipedia

- Whitsun (also Whitsunday or Whit Sunday) is the name used in Britain, and other countries among Anglicans and Methodists, for the Christian holy day of...
- Whit Tuesday (syn. Whittuesday, Whitsun Tuesday) is the Christian holiday celebrated the day after Pentecost Monday, the third day of the w**** beginning...
- Pentecost (also called Whit Sunday, Whitsunday or Whitsun) is a Christian holiday which takes place on the 49th day (50th day when inclusive counting...
- Holy Tuesday or Great and Holy Tuesday (Ancient Gr****: Μεγάλη Τρίτη, Megali Triti) (lit. 'Great Third (Day)', i.e., Great Tuesday), also known as Fig Tuesday...
- of Lent that begins on Shrove Sa****ay and ends at the close of Shrove Tuesday. The season focuses on examination of conscience and repentance before...
- January. The timing was then moved to the more clement weather of Whitsun Tuesday and the festival became biennial. In 1778, the frequency was reduced...
- manorial court day); the lamb-ale (held at lamb-shearing); the Whitsun-ale (held at Whitsun), the clerk-ale, the church-ale etc. The word "bridal" originally...
- between Palm Sunday and Maundy Thursday are known as Holy Monday, Holy Tuesday (Fig Tuesday), and Holy Wednesday (Spy Wednesday). There are traditional observances...
- 1932 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in 1933 under the title The Tuesday Club Murders. The UK edition retailed at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6)...
- Whit Monday is known as "the second day of Pentecost" or "the second Whitsun". In France, it became a work day for many workers from 2005 to 2007. This...