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Thammuz

/ˈtæmuːz; -ʊz/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of Tammuz
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Thammuz

1530s, from Hebrew tammuz, tenth month of the Jewish civil year, fourth of the sacred, covering parts of June and July; also the name of a Syrian deity equivalent to Phoenician Adon, whose festival began with the new moon of this month (cf. Tammuz).

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