From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
OctoberOc‧to‧ber /ɒkˈtəʊbə $ ɑːkˈtoʊbər/ ●●● S2 W2 noun [countable, uncountable] (written abbreviation Oct.) TMCthe tenth month of the year, between September and Novembernext/last October We moved in last October.in October You’re going to be busy in October.on October 6th We begin on October 6th.on 6th October British English They were arrested on 6th October.October 6 American English The baby was baptized Monday, October 6.
Examples from the Corpus
OctoberFigures were not available for October or for the Camarillo years.Hard disk: My recommendations from October still stand in this department.The country's judiciary has become bolder following the arrest of Gen Pinochet in London in October 1998.His dealership sold 100 machines in October.Four months after the show opened in October 1995, she missed 10 performances because of a sore throat and cough.By last October it was 145.7m.But when Annie stepped off the train at the Falls on October 13, she did not look like an experienced adventurer.On October 7,109,000 people came to Paxton's palace.October 6But a deadline of October 6 passed without contact.Hrudey faced his former team in his San Jose debut on October 6.Paul VoIcker had made his historic speech on October 6, 1979.
Origin October (1000-1100) Old French Octobre, from Latin October, from octo eight; because it was the eighth month of the ancient Roman year