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The eleventh month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the last month of autumn. Recorded from Old English, the name comes from Latin, from novem ‘nine’, being originally the ninth month of the Roman year.

November is used allusively with reference to the short, damp, cold, or foggy days regarded as characteristic of the northern hemisphere.

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