It was this time of year—a year ago at the end of February we were in the thick of it.
He died, together with his wife and 15 of his top aides, when his plane blew up—suspected as sabotage—in February 2003.
In February, the Aspen Institute spent $64,000 to send 13 lawmakers to Puerto Rico to talk about energy policy.
late 14c., from Latin februarius mensis "month of purification," from februa "purifications, expiatory rites" (plural of februum), of unknown origin, said to be a Sabine word. The last month of the ancient (pre-450 B.C.E.) Roman calendar, so named in reference to the Roman feast of purification, held on the ides of the month. In Britain, replaced Old English solmonað "mud month." English first (c.1200) borrowed it from Old French Feverier, which yielded feoverel before a respelling to conform to Latin.