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1. A register of the year, in which the months, weeks, and days are set down in order, with the feasts observed by the church, etc.; an almanack. It was so named from the Roman Calendoe, the name given to the first day of the month, and written, in large letters, at the head of each month. [See Calends.]

2. A list of prisoners in the custody of the sheriff.

3. An orderly table or enumeration of persons of things. Calendar-month, a solar month as it stands in Almanacks.

CALENDAR, verb transitive To enter or write in a calendar