From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
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JulyJu‧ly /dʒʊˈlaɪ/ ●●● S2 W3 noun (plural Julies) [countable, uncountable] (written abbreviation Jul.) TMCthe seventh month of the year, between June and Augustnext/last July Laura came over to England last July.in July I plan to graduate in July.on July 6th Two months later, on July 6th, he fired Owens.on 6th July British English ‘When’s the concert?’ ‘On 6th July.’July 6 American English The competition ends July 6.
Examples from the Corpus
JulyLeo 24 July to 23 August People often say that the secret of success is desire.?In early July, the space agency will select one of the companies as its industrial partner for the X-33.By the following July, the house was finished.The company launched its initial offering at 13 in July and closed at $ 10 a share Wednesday, down.Their rating has fallen since last July on 15 out of 16 issues, with only a fractional improvement on unemployment.On July 28 Roosevelt gave his orders to Marshall.Saturday, July 19,9: 07 a. m.: Northwest is opening with Catalina Foothills.It was July 1, almost Independence Day.July 6June 28 and July 6 They've suffered for their art.The Hollywood Bowl dedicated its July 6 season opener to him.She sailed for home on the steamship 55 President Roosevelt, arriving on July 6 to another tumultuous frenzied welcome.Roemer vetoed the bill on July 6.On July 6, 1924, in Johnstown, Colorado, a man was missed by one meter.He was remanded on bail until July 6 for reports.
Origin July (1100-1200) Latin Julius, from Gaius Julius Caesar (CAESAR), who was born in this month