Advice 1: What are the names of the months in the Ukrainian

In the Ukrainian calendar as in many others, is also 12 months. However, they are named and written differently. In their names, none of the Ukrainian months do not coincide with the Russian.
12 months in Ukraine
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In Ukraine, the names of the months differ significantly from those that exist in the Russian language. Some titles due to natural phenomena, a certain human activity or weather for that time of year. For example, the month "February" which corresponds to the Russian Feb, got its name because of the severe frosts. Month "Listopad" is so called because at this time fall off of the trees foliage. The color of autumn leaves and obliged the month "October".
Ukraine the names of some months were inherited from the Slavs. Therefore, some similar months can also be found in Belarusian, Polish, Czech, Croatian and other Slavic languages group. In Russia, however the names of the months are of Latin origin.
Below are the names of Ukrainian months in the original spelling depending on the time of year, and their compliance with the Russian. Please note that when writing the months of the Ukrainian letter "e", "I" and "and" in Russian transcription are read respectively as "a," "and" and "s".
The winter months are called like this: December - "December" January "January"; February - "February". The spring months are written as follows: March - "March"; April - "April"; may - "Traven".
The summer months are title: June "June" July "July"; August - "August". The autumn months in the Ukrainian language are translated as follows: September - "September" October"October"; November - "the fall".
Ukrainian months have the same number of days (30 or 31), as well as Russian. There is in Ukraine and the rule for leap years, when every 4 years February 29 is added to the number.
When writing Ukrainian names of months should be aware of the rules of their declination. Months ending in-EN, along with the date are written with ending-nya. In this case, the letter "e" on the end of a word is not written. For example, the date July 3 the Ukrainian language will sound like on July 3. If you want to write the name of this month in the context of guidance in any event, should be put at the end of "I". For example, the phrase "in August," the Ukrainian language translates as "SERPs".
Useful advice
To check the spelling of the Ukrainian months, you can use a spelling dictionary or on the Internet. Also, if you have friends or acquaintances in Ukraine, they always can provide the necessary assistance not only in the correct spelling of month names and other words.

Advice 2: What are the Ukrainian months of the year

Most European countries use the names of the months of the Julian calendar. Ukrainian names are closely connected with the life of the people, by the people's observations and signs.
Ukrainian names of the months have different times of origin


The name of the first month of the year was due to custom hack, Sich (SCTi) trees, preparing the land for seeding. There used to be other names: jelly, sngine, treskun, lutuli, lagnevik, prosinec.


February got its name from the strong, violent (lutic) frosts and winds throughout the month. Other names have a similar origin: zembrod, cruceni, basebrd. Ancestors of modern Ukrainians also called the third month of winter low-water period as it is between winter and spring.


In March, the Ukrainians were harvested birch ash (berezol), which was used for glass production, as well as birch SAP. Hence the name of the month. Common names: drip, sokovic, protalnik, polute, krasovec.


In April the land begins to bloom, inUkrainian quote. Hence the name of the month. The people widely used, and other synonyms are often associated with spring thaw and melting snow: vadali, Jurkalne, lukavice, aprl, krasnici.


Until the twentieth century, the month was named may in honor of the ancient goddess of spring, Maia. In the past century, the month was named because of the riot of herbs, which is observed in the Ukrainian lands at that time. The folk name of the month: psencik, herbalist, gromovik.


Its name to the first month of summer owe the insect called the cochineal or mealybugs, which in ancient times was mined red (Ukr. red) paint. In addition, there are other names Jun: hezen, Cresent, nilecj, SOC (Konik), cervini will.


In July, on the territory of Ukraine harvested a delicious lime honey. The period of honey collection and gave the name to the month. Common names: blaze, dasovic, gruzovik.


In August the main stage of harvest. In the old days grain was reaped with sickles, hence the name of the month. Common names are also associated with the harvest: Hluboka, gorodnik, zhnivets, coping, saraycik, speech, barylnik, primerica-pripasixa.


Its name in September Ukraine received thanks to the flowering valuable honey plants of Heather (Veres in Ukrainian). The people were common and other names: Howler swing, glow, pokrant, Baltica summer.


The origin of the name Oct not hard to guess – at this time began to turn yellow leaves on the trees. It is called grazing, Listopadik, Haren, Wesley, satinic.

Falling leaves

The process of dropping the leaves of the trees reflected in the title Nov. Other names of the month: glucotrol, pathlist, listopada, braccini.


When I hit the bitter cold, dirt roads, soaked by the autumn water was freezing and formed "breast." This gave the name to the first month of winter. In the people Dec called jelly, lutes, stojalo, Haren, Mostovik, a coward.

Advice 3: How in Ukrainian called months

The name of each month in the Ukrainian calendar is closely associated with nature, life of people. In the last month of spring in the fields - herbs, so it is inUkrainian is called "Traven". In August is the time of harvest, so it is called "August".
How in Ukrainian called months
The first month of the year in Ukrainian is called "January". This name comes from the word "slaughter". Earlier in January in Ukraine began to clear the field of snags and trees to plant them in the spring. January in the Ukrainian language had other names - snegovik, jelly, lutovy etc.
February in Ukrainian is called "February". This name stuck until the end of the XIX century. It speaks for itself - a month, which has a fierce character. For Feb typical frosts and blizzards. Earlier February in Ukraine was called Samobor or low water - as it is the month that separates winter from spring.
Ukrainian name March - March. It is also entrenched in the language only in the nineteenth century. In March Ukraine was harvesting birch ashes, which were used in glass production. Other common names Mar - protalnik, sokovic.
April in Ukrainian- April. "Quotati" means "to bloom". At this time are beginning to bloom, the first flowers. The name "April" is entrenched in the language in the XVI century. This month was called vadali, lukavice, krasnici.
May in Ukrainian- "Traven". The name of the month comes from the word "grass", it was included in the Ukrainian language in the XX century.
June in Ukraine called "Cherven". According to one version, the name of the first month of the summer comes from the word "cervesi" and due to the fact that at this time there the insect cochineal (mealybug), which was previously made pigments. According to another version, the name of the month comes from the word "Czerwony" - red, beautiful. At this time begin to blush berries.
July in Ukrainian is called "July". The name "Inverness" is a very ancient and comes from the word "Lipari" - lime blossom honey. This month I had peak harvesting honey. The people of Inverness are sometimes called the "BLECH" (the time when bleached tissue).
The last summer month in the Ukrainian calendar is called "August". August had it's time of harvest of crops.
September in Ukrainian- "Veresen". The name comes from Polesie, where in September the Heather blooms.
October in the Ukrainian calendar is marked as "Zhovten". The name of the month comes from the word "yellow". At this time, the leaves on the trees turns yellow and starts to fall. Hence another name of October "Listopadik".
In November, the trees shed all the leaves. In Ukrainian this month called "the fall".
December in Ukrainian- "Gruden". The name of the month comes from the word "Gruda". The so-called frozen clods of dirt on the roads.
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