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Egyptian Days

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The last Monday in April, the second Monday of August, and the third Monday of December. So called because Egyptian astrologers marked them out.        

Three days there are in the year which we call Egyptian Days.”—Saxon MS. (British Museum).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Egg Saturday
Egg-trot
Egil
Egis
Eglantine
Ego and Non-Ego
Egoism
Egotism
Egypt
Egyptian Crown (The)
Egyptian Days
Egyptian Festivals (The)
Eider-down
Eikon Basilikē [Portraiture of the King]
Eisell
Eisteddfod
Either
Ejusdem Farinæ (Latin)
El Dorado
El Infante de Antequera
El Islam