Synonyms for autumnal equinox
Antonyms for autumnal equinox
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUTUMNAL EQUINOX
In Norfolk, many are caught at the autumnal equinox in the fowlers' nets.
Albategni, the Arabian astronomer, observes the autumnal equinox, September 19th.
As each year started anew on the autumnal equinox, the dates varied a little from those here given.
In fact, from August 1st until the autumnal equinox is an anxious time for the singer.
This fish resorts here in vast numbers, and is in season after the autumnal equinox, and continues so till the ice begins to run.
Meantime the autumnal equinox was approaching, and the weather was becoming cold.
The autumnal equinox now approached, and the Euboean gulf, called Coela, is reckoned dangerous by mariners.
Here the eclipses would begin nearly three terrestrial years after the time of the autumnal equinox.
Now, this is just the case of the moon at the time of the harvest home, about the time of the Autumnal equinox.
Spica, however, is a star of the first magnitude, and lies a little east of the place of the Autumnal equinox.
late 14c., from Old French equinoce (12c.) or directly from Medieval Latin equinoxium "equality of night (and day)," from Latin aequinoctium "the equinoxes," from aequus "equal" (see equal (adj.)) + nox (genitive noctis) "night" (see night). The Old English translation was efnniht. Related: Equinoctial.