noun, plural fe·ri·ae [feer-ee-ee] /ˈfɪər iˌi/, fe·ri·as.
Origin of feria1
noun, plural fe·rias [fe-ryahs; English fer-ee-uh z] /ˈfɛ ryɑs; English ˈfɛr i əz/. Spanish.
Examples from the Web for feria
During the three days of the feria, the hotel charges are doubled, and in some cases trebled.
The word fair is derived from the ecclesiastical term, feria, a holiday.Old English Sports|Peter Hampson Ditchfield
The Duke of Feria was one of Philip's most trusted ministers.English Seamen in the Sixteenth Century|James Anthony Froude
The chief fights take place on Domingo de Resurreccin, and during the week of the feria, in April.
In that case the sacrifice announced among them as a feria or a pilgrimage is usually announced among the Christians.