Word of the day

From dictionary.com

aestival \ES-tuh-vuhl\, adjective:

Of or belonging to the summer; as, aestival diseases. [Spelled also estival.]

Far to the north and hemmed in against the Russian Bear, it is easy to overlook this land of lakes, forests, and aestival white nights.
— [i.e. Finland]

You generally get true summer in August: this year it has been unusually æstival.
— M. Collins

From the Latin æstas, summer. Also from æstas:


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