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The following list was provided by emacs' holidays routine, and is not a comment on the relative merits of any holiday list, or unlisted, the order is to be interpreted as being chronological, and not reflecting any particular judgement about the list holidays.

  • Martin Luther King Day
    • le djedi pe la martn. lutr. kin.
  • Groundhog Day
    • le marmota nunsla
  • Valentine's Day
  • President's Day
    • le djedi pe re merja'a
  • Ash Wednesday
  • Purim
    • la puRIM.
    • la dimdei
    • le la .ester. mojdei
  • Saint Patrick's Day
  • Vernal Equinox
    • co'a vensa
    • vensa dorduncte
  • Islamic New year
    • co'a musna'a
  • April Fool's Day
    • le djedi pe lo vonma'i bebna
    • le vonma'i pamoi
    • le lanma'i bebdei
  • Passover
  • Good Friday
  • Easter Sunday
    • le nunli'a be la xrist. bei le morsi
    • la nungapli'a
  • Mother's Day
  • Shavu'oth
    • le vonsozbavlamdei
    • la cavu'ot.
    • la zeljef.
  • Whitsuntide
    • la nitkla ceipruxi
  • Memorial Day
  • Flag Day
  • Father's Day
  • Summer Solstice
    • co'a crisa
    • claraido'i
  • Independance Day
  • Logfest
    • le jbonunsla
  • Labor Day
  • Rosh Hashanah
    • co'a brona'a
  • Autumnal Equinox
    • co'a critu
    • critu dorduncte
  • Yom Kippur
  • Sukkoth
    • la pezycmazda nunsla
  • Columbus Day
  • Shemini Atzeret
  • Simchat Torah
    • la ceifla nungei
  • Halloween
    • rolcesydei
  • Veteran's Day
  • Ramadan
  • Eid al Fitr
  • Thanksgiving
    • kirdei
  • Chanukkah
    • salcrxanuka
    • si'arfriti nunsla
    • tergu'i nunsla (?)
    • malsi nuncesygau mojdei
  • Winter Solstice
    • co'a dunra
    • claraicte
    • le durmijnunsla
  • Christmas Day
    • le xisyjbededtri
  • Christmas Eve
    • le xisyjbecte
  • Christmas
    • la xrismas.
    • la cesnunjbe
    • le xisnunsla
    • le xisyjbenunsla
    • le jbena citsi be la xriso?
  • New Year
    • le ninyna'anunsla
  • New Year's Eve
    • bazi co'a nanca
    • co'u nanca
  • New Year's Day
    • le ninyna'adetri
    • le co'a nanca
  • Chinese Last Day of Year (Guohnyan/guo4 nian2 - lah/la4)
    • co'u jugna'a
  • Chinese New Year (shin nyan/xin1 nian2) - for "Geng-Chen" see bottom line)
    • co'a jugna'a
  • Wesak/Vesak (Buddha's Birthday)
    • le bujyjbenunsla

"geng-chen" infact was "my" dragon (long) year 2000, which - alas! - already had passed, just like the current "xin-se" (2001), a snake (she) year, is about to fade away within a few days. The coming 2002 is "ren-wu" (like 1942 had been). It is a horse (ma) year. - In the cycle of 60 years, each year is designated by a compound of one of the ten celestial stems (tian gan) with one of the twelve earthly branches (di zhi). But "xin nian" (New Year) will be "the new one" every year again!" -- Best wishes to all! mi'e .aulun.