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Lady Day

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noun
one of various days celebrated in honor of the Virgin Mary.
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Origin of Lady Day

1250–1300; Middle English oure lady day
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Lady Day

noun
March 25, the feast of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary; one of the four quarter days in England, Wales and IrelandAlso called: Annunciation Day
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