- The first month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered to begin on 1 January and in the southern hemisphere on 1 July.
- The first month of the year, especially in the Gregorian calendar.
- The first month of the year, often associated with the start of a new year and the time of resolutions and new beginnings.
- The first month of the year, which is often cold and dark in many parts of the world.
- The first month of the year, which is often associated with the holiday of New Year's Day.
Middle english: from old french janvier, from latin januarius, from janus (see january).
- January is the coldest month of the year.
- He was born in January.
- In January, we make New Year's resolutions.
- January is the first month of the year.
- Many people start new jobs or projects in January.
Some random words: internalize, republish, glee