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Junethe sixth month of the yearly is in the Gregorian calendar.

It has 30 days and contains the day of the sun turn (21. June, dependent on celestial mechanics also to 20. or 22. June possible), that the longest day alsothe shortest night of the yearly is. It is designated after the Roman goddess Juno, the wife of the God father Jupiter, goddess of the marriage and defender of Rome.

The old German name of the month is would break or breaking moon, there in that Dreifelderwirtschaft of the Middle Ages in this month the treatment of the fallow began. In gardner circles one speaks also of the rose month, since the rose bloom reaches its high point in June.

In the Roman calendar June was original the fourth month and had 29Days.

Colloquially sometimes for the clear acoustic distinction of the June, which differs only in consonants from the name of the month a July, it is expressed also as Juno /ˈjuːno/ or /ju ˈnoː/, during July itself with likewise sometimes the colloquially used discussion Julai /ju ˈlai/ or /ˈjuːlai/ defines clearly.

No other month of the current calendar year begins with the same weekday as June.
But the February of the subsequent year begins with the same weekday as the June of the current yearly.

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