Yule ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Yule ( noun )

The period of time around the winter solstice, traditionally celebrated as a festival, especially in pre-Christian times.

Origin:

Old english geōl, geolu "christmas", from a germanic word meaning "wheel", probably in reference to the wheel of the year or the wheel of the sun, which is the pagan festival that was celebrated around the time of the winter solstice and that was later absorbed into the christian celebration of christmas.

Examples:

  1. In ancient times, yule was a time to exchange gifts and feast with family and friends.
  2. The yule log is a traditional part of yule celebrations.
  3. Yule is associated with the pagan festival of the winter solstice.
  4. Yule is the ancient festival of light and the return of the sun.
  5. Yule is the time of year when the days start to get longer again.

(As a verb)

Yule ( verb )

The period of time around the winter solstice, traditionally celebrated as a festival, especially in pre-Christian times.

Origin:

Old english geōl, geolu "christmas", from a germanic word meaning "wheel", probably in reference to the wheel of the year or the wheel of the sun, which is the pagan festival that was celebrated around the time of the winter solstice and that was later absorbed into the christian celebration of christmas.

Examples:

  1. In ancient times, yule was a time to exchange gifts and feast with family and friends.
  2. The yule log is a traditional part of yule celebrations.
  3. Yule is associated with the pagan festival of the winter solstice.
  4. Yule is the ancient festival of light and the return of the sun.
  5. Yule is the time of year when the days start to get longer again.
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