The month of Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic (Hijra) Calendar.
Ramadan is the ninth month, that of ritual fasting of every year.
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It is the month of Ramadan.
November was once the ninth month of the Roman year but Julius Caesar introduced an extra two months into the Roman calendar which then made November the eleventh month of the year. The month of July is named after Julius Caesar.
the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.
The first year that Ramadan was first observed in unknown. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and a month where Muslims fast.
July is the seventh month of the year, while October is the tenth month of the year. The months between July and October are August, the eighth month, and September, the ninth month.
During Ramadan, the ninth month of the year, that's around September on our calendar (Gregorian).
"November" is the English word for the ninth month of the year. Preceded by October and succeeded by December.
It is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar- this year on July 31 2011
No September is not the Eleventh month.. It is the Ninth month.
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Ramadan, the month of fasting.
Originally the ninth month
It's in the ninth month of the lunar calender
November was the ninth month in the ancient Roman calender and thus took its name from the Latin Novem, meaning ninth
"Month" is a noun in that sentence, and just now, I can't think ofa case where that word is used as any other part of speech.
The thirtieth and thirty-first day of that month -- every leap year they have the twenty-ninth day.
November is literally the Ninth Month, and was named so before January and February were added to the calendar in 153 BC.
801AD was the first year of the ninth century.
Yes. November means ninth month.
The ninth month of the Islamic calendar - called Ramadan (meaning "hot sands"). The month is not a fixed date in our reckoning: the Islamic year is shorter than the calendar year, so Ramadan will start and end on different Gregorian dates every year.