Did you know that December is originally the 10th month in the calendar?

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December was originally the tenth month of the year in the Roman calendar. It gets its name from the Latin word “decem” which means tenth. However, when the Romans added January and February to the calendar, it became the twelfth month but they still retained the name December

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