verb (intercalat, ing)
Etymology: Latin intercalare to announce an extra day in the calendar.
- to insert an extra, leap, day into a calendar in order to maintain synchrony with natural phenomenon, phenomena.
- to insert an extra month into a calendar for the same purpose. The w:Hebrew calendar, Hebrew calendar has such a month.
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