On twelfth-day she was compelled to take to her bed, and sent for the notaries to make her will.
twelfth-day was a great day, going to the chapel many petitions were delivered him, which he gave to his masters of the requests.
But nobody could sigh long in the face of that twelfth-day Christmas-tree.
Edward was invited during his stay at Manydown, and it is to take place between this and twelfth-day.
Upon the twelfth-day morning, as we hear say, the winds had borne them far away to Isenstein in Brunhild's land.
We know that the King on twelfth-day presented gold, frankincense and myrrh, and so perhaps did the Queen.
It so happened that on the morrow of twelfth-day half-past twelve struck and still the coffee was not ready.
The day upon which this feast was held answers to our sixth of January, which now is called "twelfth-day."
On the morning of twelfth-day the clock had struck twelve and then half past, and the coffee was not ready.
According to others the hind and the doe season ends on twelfth-day or Epiphany (Jan. 6).