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2011 American Nameday Calendar
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Just like in the past few years, our 2011 website contains 3 FREE online versions:
1. The months of the "Quick View" version, clickable on the very top of the page, open instantly. These months include all the names on their namedays, but not holidays and moon phases, nor the "Notables" (basis for namedays).
2. The months of "Main" online version can be viewed and downloaded from the left side column. They include the names and corresponding dates of all those "Notables" in religion and American history on whom most of our namedays are based. This version also includes Holidays and Moon Phases.
3. The monthly pages of the "Conventional" version can be viewed from the pull-down menu below. They do include holidays and moon phases, but not the names of the "Notables" on whom namedays are based.
Suitable for those who prefer not to have names and dates of these notables shown in the calendar.
These pages are also in PDF-files, therefore, depending on your Internet connection speed, it may take a few moments for each page to open.
If you want to print, remember to set your printer's page layout to "Landscape",
and click on the print icon on Adobe toolbar rather than that on your browser.

(Before downloading and printing, please read the copyright notice on the bottom of this page.)

The 30th anniversary of the first edition is less then a year away, and we very are very exited about it. The first edition of the 1982 calendar was rather modest, but it was quite an achievement. By combining both religion and American history in assigning names to dates, our idea was to design a nameday calendar for all Americans regardless of the person's personal views and beliefs.

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American Nameday (or Name Day) Calendar of First Names
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