relating to or characteristic of or used in a calendar or time measurement
solstice is a time of calendric importance
How To Use calendric In A Sentence
- It was understood that a large percentage of the glyphs on any given Maya monument were dates - dates, moreover, that placed each object within an elaborate and incredibly precise series of calendrical cycles.
- We normally count the day - the time it takes Earth to rotate once on its axis - as the smallest unit of calendrical time.
- The book follows a calendrical sequence, each poem dated and grouped by month, so that the events of a hundred years follow a seasonal ebb and flow, not chronology.
- These works commemorated the lives of early dynasts, marking rituals they performed on the occasion of calendrical period endings.
- The temple architecture reflects calendric and cosmological time cycles.
- Armesto is stiffer than what I'd love him to be, but his eagle-eye view is great -- a vast terra of long calendrical time seems to get all contained, missing not a single drop, in one punch of his keyboard.
- calendric systems
- After some elaborate prolegomena, the book follows a calendrical sequence, each poem dated and grouped by month so that the events of a hundred years follow a seasonal ebb and flow, not chronology.
- This not only reflects that progresses were made in calendrical techniques during the period, but also reveals the reciprocal relation between the planetary astrology and the calendar.
- Minaya argued that the 16th day, cabán, gave rise to the word cabañuelas, presumably because it had some additional significance, perhaps in terms of some other calendric calculation, or time-marker. Did You Know? January's weather in Mexico forecasts the rest of the year