The academic year at the University Cambridge consists of three terms: Michaelmas, Lent and Easter. For more details, consult the term date pages of the university. What are these terms called in Latin? I would prefer to see actual use examples, newer or older. I assume that Cambridge has sufficient history in using Latin that Latin versions of the names do exist.
These phrases come from English Law Latin, which divides the Legal Year into four quarters: Terminus Paschae, Terminus Trinitatis, Terminus Sancti Michaelis, Terminus Sancti Hilarii.
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