For their harvest was between Easter and Whitsunday, and began about a month after the vernal Equinox.
And yet this was only the day of the vernal equinox; it was most extraordinary.
And in the House of Heth there was felt a vernal exuberance, indeed: permeating papa even, extending to the very servants.
I know not, unless it be the influence of the vernal season.
The government proper was located on Iceland, vernal again after a long, climatic swing.
We now begin to expect our vernal migration of ring-ousels every week.
At the vernal and at the autumnal equinox I take a good meal, and that lasts me for half a year.
The driver said he was from vernal, some sixty miles to the west.
Around the crater lip were poised thousands of concave disks, vernal green, enormous.
What are our children doing with these precious, vernal years?
"pertaining to spring," 1530s, from Latin vernalis "of the spring," from vernus "of spring," from ver "spring," from PIE *wesr- "spring" (cf. Old Norse var "spring," Greek ear, Sanskrit vasantah, Persian bahar, Old Church Slavonic vesna "spring," Lithuanian vasara "summer").