The calends, the Ides, and the Nones were especially to be avoided.
Roman festivals in honor of Ops, held on 14th of the calends of January.
The anchor was hoisted on the sixteenth day of the calends of July.
From the Court of Spain, the third day of the calends of May, 1494.
In the ancient Roman calendar the first day of every month was invariably called the calends.
From Granada, the ninth of the calends of May of the year 1500.
Other rites, connected with the calends of January as a result of dislocation, point also in this direction.
This battle is said to have been fought on the calends of March.
You speak of the sunshine, and remind me of it almost as if it were the Greek calends.
They sailed from Cadiz with a favourable wind, the seventh day of the calends of October in the year of grace 1493.