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February is the second month in the year and is the shortest of all months. This year in 2019, February has 28 days. But in leap years it has 29 days. February was named after the Roman month Februarius which in turn was named after the Latin term februum. This terms are derived from the purification ritual called Februa held on February 15 (full moon) according to the old lunar Roman calendar.
February 2019 Calendar Template
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February 2019 Moon Phases
As the snowiest month in the United States, February’s full moon is commonly known as the Full Snow Moon in Native American cultures. These ancient tribes named this moon after the way trees cracked in the cold, or how people had to sit shoulder to shoulder around the fire for warmth. Even the Celts called it the Moon of Ice. As expected of the coldest month in the year, the Full Snow Moon is also known by more sinister names, such as the Bone Moon.
The Cherokee tribe called February’s full moon the Bone Moon because by this point, the tribe’s winter food supplies had usually dwindled to the point where people had to gnaw on bones and cook bone marrow soup in order to survive. For the same reason, the Kalapuya tribe called this moon the Out of Food Moon. Appropriately, it’s also known as the Hunger Moon and the Little Famine Moon. Perhaps due to this month’s association with death, the Cherokee tribe would commune with their dead ancestors during the Bone Moon. A didanawiskawi, or a medicine person, would host a medicine dance for the community. Fasting and rituals for the dead were also common practices. This story of February Full Moon is brought to you with courtesy of Moongiant.