Origin of intercalary
Examples from the Web for intercalary
In that year the omission of the intercalary day rendered it necessary to diminish the epacts by unity, or to pass to the line C.
Only the presence of intercalary cartilages (Fig. 2) suggests relationship of Allophryne to the Hylidae.
The errors have probably arisen from a continued excess of 10 in the discrimination of the intercalary years.
At that the autobiography stopped short, and the intercalary note began.The Research Magnificent|H. G. Wells
These intercalary months were inserted after February 23d, and contained alternately 22 and 23 days.Selections from Viri Romae|Charles Franois L'Homond
British Dictionary definitions for intercalary
Word Origin for intercalary
Word Origin and History for intercalary
1610s, from Latin intercalarius, from intercalare (see intercalate).