ADAR (ā'dar, Heb. ’āddār) The twelfth month of the calendar used by the Israelites after the Exile. It is roughly equivalent to mid-February to mid-March. See also Calendar.
ADAR ā’ där (אֲדָ֑ר). 1. The twelfth month in the Babylonian calendar used by postexilic Israel. When necessary because of the lunar year, a second intercalary Adar was used (
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
The Babylonian name of the twelfth month of the year. Used in the Bible only in
a’-dar: In the (