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September, n. Also: Septembre, Semptember. [ME and e.m.E. septembre (c1290), semtembir (c1400), September (1509), F. september, septembre (c1119 and 13th c. in Larousse), L. September, Septembr-; also OE September.] The month of September. (a) The xviij day of September; 1393 Slater Early Sc. Texts No. 28.
The tuentyth day of the moneth of September; ?1423 Edinb. Chart. 214.
Septembre; 1447 Edinb. Chart. 68.
In September, the humyll moneth suette, Quhen … lewys had lost thair colouris of plesence; Wall. iv 1.
Withowt guid lyff, all in the selff dois de As Mayis flouris dois in September drye; Dunb. (OUP) 203/15.
xv wolkis to Settirday, the xxvij day of September last bipast; 1511–12 Treas. Acc. IV 273.
James Sinclar to compeir … befor the said … counsale … all the law dais fra the x day of September nixt to cum to [etc.]; 1534 Acta Conc. & Sess. MS VI 119b.
About the myddis of September; Bann. Trans. 38.
1578 Acts III 103/2.
From Stirling the ferd of September 1582; 1582 Colville Lett. 8.
xxvij September being Munounday; 1591 Thanes of Cawdor 202.
The xxviij day of September, being Michelmas ewin; Moysie 19.
Being the tuentie sevint day of September last bypast; 1670 Aberd. B. Rec. IV 259.
(b) In the moneth of Semptember; 1565 Linlithgow Sheriff Ct. 15 June.

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