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January
January
is the first month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and the first of seven months to have a length of 31 days. The first day of the month is known as New Year's Day. It is, on average, the coldest month of the year within most of the Northern Hemisphere (where it is the second month of winter) and the warmest month of the year within most of the Southern Hemisphere
Southern Hemisphere
(where it is the second month of summer). In the Southern hemisphere, January
January
is the seasonal equivalent of July
July
in the Northern hemisphere and vice versa. Ancient Roman
Ancient Roman
observances during this month include Cervula, and Juvenalia; celebrated January
January
1, as well as one of three Agonalia, celebrated January
January
9, and Carmentalia, celebrated January
January
11. These dates do not correspond to the modern Gregorian calendar.

Contents

1 History 2 January
January
symbols 3 Month-long observances

3.1 Food months in the United States

4 Non-Gregorian observances, 2018 5 Movable observances, 2018
2018
dates 6 Fixed observances 7 References

History[edit]

January, from the Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry

January
January
(in Latin, Ianuarius) is named after the Latin
Latin
word for door (ianua), since January
January
is the door to the year and an opening to new beginnings. The month is conventionally thought of as being named after Janus, the god of beginnings and transitions in Roman mythology, but according to ancient Roman farmers' almanacs Juno was the tutelary deity of the month.[1] Traditionally, the original Roman calendar
Roman calendar
consisted of 10 months totaling 304 days, winter being considered a month-less period. Around 713 BC, the semi-mythical successor of Romulus, King Numa Pompilius, is supposed to have added the months of January
January
and February, so that the calendar covered a standard lunar year (354 days). Although March was originally the first month in the old Roman calendar, January became the first month of the calendar year either under Numa or under the Decemvirs
Decemvirs
about 450 BC (Roman writers differ). In contrast, each specific calendar year was identified by the names of the two consuls, who entered office on May
May
1[citation needed] or March
March
15 until 153 BC, from when they entered office on January
January
1. Various Christian feast dates were used for the New Year
New Year
in Europe during the Middle Ages, including March
March
25 (Feast of the Annunciation) and December
December
25. However, medieval calendars were still displayed in the Roman fashion with twelve columns from January
January
to December. Beginning in the 16th century, European countries began officially making January 1 the start of the New Year
New Year
once again—sometimes called Circumcision Style because this was the date of the Feast of the Circumcision, being the seventh day after December
December
25. Historical names for January
January
include its original Roman designation, Ianuarius, the Saxon term Wulf-monath (meaning "wolf month") and Charlemagne's designation Wintarmanoth ("winter / cold month"). In Slovene, it is traditionally called prosinec. The name, associated with millet bread and the act of asking for something, was first written in 1466 in the Škofja Loka
Škofja Loka
manuscript.[2] According to Theodor Mommsen,[3] 1 January
January
became the first day of the year in 600 AUC of the Roman calendar
Roman calendar
(153 BC), due to disasters in the Lusitanian War. A Lusitanian chief called Punicus invaded the Roman territory, defeated two Roman governors, and killed their troops. The Romans resolved to send a consul to Hispania, and in order to accelerate the dispatch of aid, "they even made the new consuls enter into office two months and a half before the legal time" (March 15). January
January
symbols[edit]

Snow in the Northern Hemisphere
Northern Hemisphere
in the month of January

January's birthstone is the garnet, which represents constancy. Its birth flower is the cottage pink Dianthus caryophyllus
Dianthus caryophyllus
or galanthus.[4] The Chinese floral emblem of January
January
is the Prunus mume.[citation needed] The Japanese floral emblem of January
January
is the camellia (Camellia sinensis).[citation needed] In Finnish, the month of tammikuu means the heart of the winter and because the name literally means "oak moon", it can be inferred that the oak tree is the heart of the grand forest with many valuable trees as opposed to the typical Arctic forests, which are typically pine and spruce. The photograph of a large tree covered with ice against a blue sky is a familiar scene during Finland's winter. The zodiac signs for the month of January
January
are Capricorn (until January 19) and Aquarius ( January 20 onwards).

Month-long observances[edit]

January, painting by Leandro Bassano

Alzheimer's Awareness Month (Canada) Dry January
Dry January
(United Kingdom) National Codependency Awareness Month [5] (United States) National Mentoring Month (United States) National Healthy Weight Awareness Month [6] (United States) Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month (United States) Stalking Awareness Month [7] (United States)

Food months in the United States[edit] This list does not necessarily imply either official status or general observance.

Be Kind to Food Servers Month (by proclamation, State of Tennessee)[8] California
California
Dried Plum Digestive Health Month[9] Hot Tea Month[10] National Soup Month[11] Oatmeal Month[8][12]

Non-Gregorian observances, 2018[edit] This list does not necessarily imply either official status or general observance. All Baha'i, Islamic, and Jewish observances begin at sundown prior to the date listed, and end at sundown on the date in question.

December
December
16, 2017 – January
January
13, 2018: Dhanurmas (Hinduism) January
January
1: Duruthu Poya
Poya
(Sri Lanka) [13] January
January
2: Thiruvathira
Thiruvathira
(Hinduism) [14] January
January
13: Shabbat Mevorchim (Hebrew calendar, Judaism) January
January
14: Bhogi
Bhogi
(Hinduism, Tamil calendar) January
January
14: Makar Sankranti
Makar Sankranti
(Hinduism, Indian National calendar) January
January
14–17: Thai Pongal
Thai Pongal
(Hinduism, Tamil calendar) January
January
15: Magh Bihu
Magh Bihu
(Assamese Hinduism) January
January
15: Maghe Sankranti
Maghe Sankranti
(Vikram Samvat, Nepali Hindus) January
January
15: Mattu Pongal
Mattu Pongal
(Tamil calendar) January
January
16: Amavasya
Amavasya
(Hinduism) January
January
16: Yom Kippur Katan (Hebrew calendar, Judaism) January
January
17: Rosh Chodesh
Rosh Chodesh
of Shevat
Shevat
(Hebrew calendar, Judaism) January
January
18: Feast of Sultan/Sovereignty Bahá'í calendar[15] January
January
18: Hecate's Deipnon (Attic calendar, modern Hellenism (religion)[16] January
January
18: Sonam Losar (Tamang people) January
January
19: Noumenia (Attic calendar, modern Hellenism (religion)[17] January
January
19: Timkat
Timkat
( Ethiopian Orthodox
Ethiopian Orthodox
Church, Ethiopian calendar) January
January
19: Bóndadagur
Bóndadagur
(Icelandic calendar) January
January
21: Ganesh Jayanti
Ganesh Jayanti
(Hinduism, Indian National calendar) January
January
22: Vasant Panchami
Vasant Panchami
(Hinduism, Indian National calendar) January
January
24: Ratha Saptami
Ratha Saptami
(Hinduism) January
January
26: 10 Shevat
Shevat
(Hebrew calendar, Judaism, Chabad
Chabad
sect only) January
January
27: Shabbat Shirah (Hebrew calendar, Judaism) January
January
28: Laba Festival
Laba Festival
(Chinese calendar, Buddhism) January
January
29: Sadeh
Sadeh
(Solar Hijri calendar, Iran) January 30 February
February
2: Lenaia (Attic calendar, modern Hellenism (religion)[18] January
January
30: Martyr's Day (Vikram Samvat, Nepal) January
January
30: Sadeh
Sadeh
(Iran, Solar Hijri calendar) January
January
31: Guru Ravidass Jayanti
Guru Ravidass Jayanti
(Ravidassia religion, Indian National calendar) January
January
31: Navam Poya
Poya
(Sri Lanka)[19] January
January
31: Thaipusam
Thaipusam
(Hinduism, Tamil calendar) January
January
31: Tu BiShvat
Tu BiShvat
(Hebrew calendar, Judaism)

Movable observances, 2018
2018
dates[edit] This list does not necessarily imply either official status or general observance. First Monday: January
January
1

Handsel Monday ( Scotland
Scotland
and Northern England)

First Sunday of the year, unless the Sunday falls on January
January
1, 6, or 7, then January
January
2: January
January
2

Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus
Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus
(Roman Catholicism, removed post-1969, still celebrated by some denominations)

January 2 unless that day is a Sunday, in which case January
January
3: January
January
2)

New Year
New Year
Holiday (Scotland)

First Friday: January
January
5

Children's Day
Children's Day
(Bahamas)

Sunday following January
January
6: January
January
7

Baptism of the Lord
Baptism of the Lord
(Roman Catholicism, Anglicanism, Lutheranism) Plough Sunday
Plough Sunday
(England)

Monday after January
January
6: January
January
8

Baptism of the Lord
Baptism of the Lord
– ( Western Christianity
Western Christianity
in countries where Epiphany is celebrated on January 7 or 8) Plough Monday
Plough Monday
(England)

Second Monday: January
January
8

Birthday of Eugenio María de Hostos (Puerto Rico, United States) Coming of Age Day
Coming of Age Day
(Japan)

Friday before third Monday: January
January
12

Lee–Jackson Day
Lee–Jackson Day
(Virginia, United States)

Second Saturday: January
January
13

Children's Day
Children's Day
(Thailand)

Third full week of January: January
January
15–19

Hunt for Happiness Week
Hunt for Happiness Week
(International observance) National Non-Smoking Week (Canada)

Third Monday: January
January
15

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
(United States)

Idaho Human Rights Day (Idaho, United States)

Wednesday of the third full week of January: January
January
17

Weedless Wednesday (Canada)

Friday between January
January
19–25: January
January
19

Husband's Day (Iceland)

Third Friday: January
January
19

International Fetish Day

Third Sunday: January
January
21

Feast of the Santo Niño (Roman Catholicism)

11th Sunday before Pascha (Eastern Christianity): January
January
21

Zacchaeus Sunday/Sunday of the Canaanite[20]

Sunday closest to January
January
22: January
January
21

National Sanctity of Human Life Day (United States)

Last week of January: January
January
22–26

National School Choice Week (United States)

Fourth Monday: January
January
22

Community Manager Appreciation Day
Community Manager Appreciation Day
(International observance) National Heroes' Day (Cayman Islands)

63 days before Pascha (Eastern Christianity): January
January
27[21]

Feast of Saint Sarkis (Armenian Apostolic Church)

Last Saturday: January
January
27

National Seed Swap Day (United States)

9th Sunday before Easter
Easter
in Western Christianity: January
January
28

Septuagesima Sunday

10th Sunday before Pascha in Eastern Christianity: January
January
28[22]

Publican & Pharisee Sunday

Last Sunday: January
January
28

Liberation of Auschwitz Memorial Day (Netherlands)

January 30 or the nearest Sunday: January
January
28

World Leprosy Day

Monday Closest to January
January
29: January
January
29

Auckland Anniversary Day

Last Monday in January: January
January
29

Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day

Second Monday before Clean Monday
Clean Monday
in Eastern Christianity: January 29–31

Fast of Nineveh

Fixed observances[edit] This list does not necessarily imply either official status or general observance.

December
December
25 – January
January
5: Twelve Days of Christmas
Twelve Days of Christmas
(Western Christianity) December
December
26 – January
January
1: Kwanzaa
Kwanzaa
(African Americans) December
December
31 – January
January
1, in some cases until January
January
2: Hogmanay (Scotland) January
January
1

Feast of the Circumcision
Feast of the Circumcision
of Christ

Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus
Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus
( Anglican
Anglican
Communion, Lutheran
Lutheran
Church) Feast of Fools
Feast of Fools
(Medieval Europe)

Constitution Day (Italy) Dissolution of Czechoslovakia-related observances:

Day of the Establishment of the Slovak Republic
Day of the Establishment of the Slovak Republic
(Slovakia) Restoration Day of the Independent Czech State
Restoration Day of the Independent Czech State
(Czech Republic)

Euro Day (European Union) Flag Day (Lithuania) Founding Day (Taiwan) Global Family Day Independence Day (Brunei, Cameroon, Haiti, Sudan) International Nepali Dhoti and Nepali Topi Day Jump-up Day (Montserrat, British Overseas Territories) Kalpataru Day
Kalpataru Day
(Ramakrishna Movement) National Bloody Mary Day (United States) National Tree Planting Day (Tanzania) New Year's Day

Japanese New Year Novy God
Novy God
Day (Russia) Sjoogwachi (Okinawa Islands)

Polar Bear Swim Day ( Canada
Canada
and United States) Public Domain Day
Public Domain Day
(multiple countries) Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
(Catholic Church)

World Day of Peace

Triumph of the Revolution (Cuba)

January
January
2

Ancestry Day
Ancestry Day
(Haiti) Berchtold's Day (Liechtenstein, Switzerland, and the Alsace) Carnival
Carnival
Day (Saint Kitts and Nevis) Happy Mew Year For Cats Day (Thomas Roy) Kakizome
Kakizome
(Japan) National Creampuff Day (United States) National Science Fiction Day (United States) The second day of New Year
New Year
(a holiday in Armenia, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Mauritius, Montenegro, New Zealand, Romania, Russia, Switzerland, and Ukraine) Nyinlong (Bhutan) Victory of Armed Forces Day (Cuba)

January
January
3

Anniversary of the 1966 Coup d’état (Burkina Faso) Memento Mori (Thomas Roy) Nakhatsenendyan toner (Armenia): January
January
3–5 National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day (United States)

January
January
4

Day of the Fallen against the Colonial Repression (Angola) Day of the Martyrs (Democratic Republic of the Congo) Dimpled Chad Day (Thomas Roy) Hwinukan mukee (Okinawa Islands, Japan) Independence Day (Myanmar) Ogoni Day (Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People) World Braille Day

January
January
5

National Bird Day (United States) National Whipped Cream Day (United States) Sausage Day (United Kingdom) Strawberry day (Japan) Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day (Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, Australia) Tucindan (Serbia, Montenegro)

January
January
6

Armed Forces Day (Iraq) Epiphany or Three Kings' Day (Western Christianity) or Theophany (Eastern Christianity), and its related observances:

Befana Day
Befana Day
(Italy) Christmas
Christmas
(Armenian Apostolic Church) Christmas
Christmas
Eve (Russia) Christmas
Christmas
Eve (Ukraine) Christmas
Christmas
Eve (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Christmas
Christmas
Eve (Republic of Macedonia) Little Christmas (Ireland) Þrettándinn (Iceland) Three Wise Men Day

Pathet Lao Day
Pathet Lao Day
(Laos)

January
January
7

Christmas
Christmas
( Eastern Orthodox Churches
Eastern Orthodox Churches
and Oriental Orthodox
Oriental Orthodox
Churches using the Julian Calendar, Rastafari)

Christmas
Christmas
in Russia Christmas
Christmas
in Ukraine Christmas
Christmas
(Bosnia and Herzegovina) Remembrance Day of the Dead (Armenia)

Distaff Day (Medieval Europe) Nanakusa no sekku
Nanakusa no sekku
(Japan) Pioneer's Day (Liberia) Tricolour day (Italy) Victory from Genocide Day (Cambodia)

January
January
8

Babinden
Babinden
(Belarus, Russia) Show and Tell Day at Work (Thomas Roy) The Eighth (United States)
The Eighth (United States)
(defunct observance) Typing Day
Typing Day
(international observance)

January
January
9

Start of Hōonkō (Nishi Honganji) January
January
9–16 (Jōdo Shinshū Buddhism) Martyrs' Day (Panama) National Cassoulet Day (United States) Non-Resident Indian Day (India) Peace Agreement Day (South Sudan) Republic Day
Republic Day
(Republika Srpska) (defunct, declared unconstitutional by the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina[23]) St. Stephen's Day
St. Stephen's Day
(Eastern Orthodox)

January
January
10

Fête du Vodoun (Benin) Majority Rule Day (Bahamas)

January
January
11

Children's Day
Children's Day
(Tunisia) Eugenio María de Hostos Day
Eugenio María de Hostos Day
(Puerto Rico) German Apples Day
German Apples Day
(Germany) Independence Manifesto Day (Morocco) Kagami biraki
Kagami biraki
(Japan) National Human Trafficking Awareness Day (United States) Republic Day
Republic Day
(Albania)

January
January
12

Memorial Day (Turkmenistan) Prosecutor General's Day (Russia) National Youth Day (India) Zanzibar Revolution Day
Zanzibar Revolution Day
(Tanzania)

January
January
13

Constitution Day (Mongolia) Democracy Day (Cape Verde) Korean-American
Korean-American
Day ( Korean-American
Korean-American
community, United States) Liberation Day
Liberation Day
(Togo) Old New Year's Eve (Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Serbia, Montenegro, Republic of Srpska, Republic of Macedonia), and its related observances:

Malanka
Malanka
(Ukraine, Russia, Belarus)

St. Knut's Day
St. Knut's Day
( Sweden
Sweden
and Finland) Stephen Foster Memorial Day (United States)

January
January
14

Azhyrnykhua (Abkhazia) Day of Defenders of the Motherland (Uzbekistan) Feast of Divina Pastora
Feast of Divina Pastora
(Barquisimeto) Feast of the Ass
Feast of the Ass
(Medieval Christianity) Flag Day (Georgia) National Forest Conservation Day
National Forest Conservation Day
(Thailand) Ratification Day (United States) Revolution and Youth Day (Tunisia) Yennayer
Yennayer
(Berbers)

January
January
15

Arbor Day
Arbor Day
(Egypt) Armed Forces Day (Nigeria) Indian Army Day (India) John Chilembwe Day (Malawi) Korean Alphabet Day
Korean Alphabet Day
(North Korea) Sagichō
Sagichō
at Tsurugaoka Hachimangū
Tsurugaoka Hachimangū
(Kamakura, Japan) Teacher's Day
Teacher's Day
(Venezuela) Day (international observance)

January
January
16

National Nothing Day (Thomas Roy) National Religious Freedom Day (United States) Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
(Coptic Church) Teacher's Day
Teacher's Day
(Myanmar) Teachers' Day (Thailand) Zuuruku Nichi (Okinawa Islands, Japan) Thiruvalluvar Day (Tamil Nadu, India)

January
January
17

Hardware Freedom Day
Hardware Freedom Day
(international observance) Judgement Day National Day (Menorca) The opening ceremony of Patras
Patras
Carnival, celebrated until Clean Monday (Patras)

January
January
18

Revolution and Youth Day (Tunisia) Royal Thai Armed Forces Day
Royal Thai Armed Forces Day
(Thailand) Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
( January
January
18–25) (Christianity)

January
January
19

Confederate Heroes Day (Texas), and its related observance:

Robert E. Lee Day
Robert E. Lee Day
(Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi) Lee–Jackson–King Day
Lee–Jackson–King Day
(Virginia, United States, defunct)

Husband's Day (Island) Kokborok Day (Tripura, India) National Popcorn Day (United States) Theophany
Theophany
/ Epiphany (Eastern and Oriental Orthodoxy), and its related observances:

Timkat, (on 20th during Leap Year) (Ethiopian Orthodox) Vodici
Vodici
or Baptism of Jesus
Baptism of Jesus
(Republic of Macedonia)

January
January
20

Armed Forces Day (Mali) Cheese Day (United States) Heroes' Day (Cape Verde) Inauguration Day, held every four years in odd-numbered years, except when January 20 falls on a Sunday (United States) Martyrs' Day (Azerbaijan)

January
January
21

Babinden
Babinden
(Bulgaria, Serbia) Birthday of Princess Ingrid Alexandra (Norway) Errol Barrow Day (Barbados) Flag Day (Quebec) Grandmother's Day (Poland) Lady of Altagracia Day (Dominican Republic) National Hug Day
National Hug Day
(United States)

January
January
22

Answer Your Cat’s Question Day Day of Unity of Ukraine
Ukraine
(Ukraine) Grandfather's Day (Poland) National Hot Sauce Day (United States)

January
January
23

Bounty Day (Pitcairn Island) Espousals of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Espousals of the Blessed Virgin Mary
( Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
Church) National Pie Day (Iran) National Pie Day (United States) Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's Jayanti (Orissa, Tripura, and West Bengal, India) Snow Plow Mailbox Hockey Day World Freedom Day
World Freedom Day
(Taiwan and South Korea)

January
January
24

Feast of Our Lady of Peace
Our Lady of Peace
( Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
Church), and its related observances:

Feria de Alasitas
Feria de Alasitas
(La Paz)

Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day (international observance) National Peanut Butter Day (United States) Sementivae ( January
January
24–26) (Ancient Rome) Unification Day (Romania)

January
January
25

2011 Revolution Day (Egypt) A Room of One’s Own Day Burns night
Burns night
(Scotland, Scottish community) Dydd Santes Dwynwen
Dydd Santes Dwynwen
(Wales) Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul
Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul
(Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Anglican
Anglican
and Lutheran
Lutheran
churches, which concludes the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity) National Police Day (Egypt) National Voters' Day (India) Tatiana Day
Tatiana Day
(Russia, Eastern Orthodox)

January
January
26

Australia
Australia
Day (Australia) Duarte Day (Dominican Republic) Engineer's Day (Panama) International Customs Day Liberation Day
Liberation Day
(Uganda) Republic Day
Republic Day
(India)

January
January
27

Day of the lifting of the siege of Leningrad (Russia) Liberation of the remaining inmates of Auschwitz-related observances:

Holocaust Memorial Day (UK) Holocaust Remembrance Day (Sweden) International Holocaust Remembrance Day Memorial Day (Italy) Memorial Day for the Victims of the Holocaust and Prevention of Crimes against Humanity (Czech Republic) Memorial Day for the Victims of National Socialism (Germany) National Holocaust Memorial Day (Greece)

Family Literacy Day (Canada) Feast of Saint Slava (Serbia) National Chocolate Cake Day (United States) Saint Devota's Day (Monaco)

January
January
28

Army Day (Armenia) Data Privacy Day (international observance)

January
January
29

Kansas Day (Kansas, United States)

January
January
30

Day of Azerbaijani customs (Azerbaijan) Day of Saudade
Saudade
(Brazil) Fred Korematsu Day
Fred Korematsu Day
(California, United States) Martyrdom of Mahatma Gandhi-related observances:

Martyrs' Day (India) School Day of Non-violence and Peace (Spain) Start of the Season for Nonviolence January 30 April
April
4

National Inane Answering Message Day (United States) Teacher's Day
Teacher's Day
(Greece)

January
January
31

Amartithi
Amartithi
(Meherabad, India, followers of Meher Baba) Independence Day (Nauru) Street Children's Day
Children's Day
(Austria)

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