Greek kalends, an expression signifying an indefinite period; never.
The months were divided into three parts, kalends, nones and ides.
It supplies a link between modern customs and the kalends prohibitions of the Dark Ages.
Don't you see that the kalends are approaching, and no Antonius?
I need not tell you what this diminutive bottle might have been had for, before the kalends.
She departed this life on the 15 kalends of December, being 66 yeres of age.
The word "calendar" is itself derived from the Roman "kalends," the first day of the month.
The Lupercalian festivals were held on the 15th of the kalends of March.
He had an unconscious desire that it might be postponed to some Greek kalends, and yet he did not wish to injure Lily.
These things I write to you on the 9th before the kalends of September.