In April, a clinical psychologist diagnosed her with posttraumatic stress disorder.
"I think he's attractive, an interesting guy," she said about him in April.
In April, a group of William and Mary political scientists did the most comprehensive survey of Tea Party supporters yet.
c.1300, aueril, from Old French avril (11c.), from Latin (mensis) Aprilis "(month) of Venus," second month of the ancient Roman calendar, dedicated to the goddess Venus and perhaps based on Apru, an Etruscan borrowing of Greek Aphrodite. In English in Latin form from mid-12c. Replaced Old English Eastermonað, which was similarly named for a fertility goddess. Re-spelled in Middle English on Latin model (apprile first attested late 14c.).