November is the month before October and before December. In Chinese mythology, the end of this month 28th and 30th signifies the birth of two lovers - Ke Er and Ming En, who later becomes dieties in the heavens. November ("Shi-Yi-Yue" in Mandarin, is also known as "Ji-Wei-Ai-Ri" to the Dan Ma Xi tribe)
They are worshipped by few Chinese tribes today.
"Let us pray for good harvest in November"
by Mingennathan February 08, 2009
The month Wyclef Jean will tell your girl you will return.
" & I'll be gone to November "
by JeLz September 06, 2008
One of the most unpopular, unloved months, especially in temperate zones. Nearly every bit of flora and fauna has died or is hibernating. A dreary world of grey and brown. Darkness comes early, but the coziness of Christmastime is yet far away.
No sun--no moon!
No morn--no noon!
No dawn--no dusk--no proper time of day--
No sky--no earthly view--
No distance looking blue--
No road--no street--no "t'other side this way"--
No end to any Row--
No indications where the Crescents go--
No top to any steeple--
No recognitions of familiar people--
No courtesies for showing 'em--
No knowing 'em!
No traveling at all--no locomotion--
No inkling of the way--no notion--
"No go" by land or ocean--
No mail--no post--
No news from any foreign coast--
No Park, no Ring, no afternoon gentility--
No company--no nobility--
No warmth, no cheerfulness, no healthful ease,
No comfortable feel in any member--
No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees,
No fruits, no flowers
, no leaves, no birds--

--Thomas Hood, 1829
by rubberbiscuit August 11, 2009
1) A Month, after October and before December

2) Instead of saying the n-word.
1) dude, i can't belive November wasnt in here.

2) So I'm at the bar and this november comes up to me and asks me if i have a menthol.
by xEviex February 14, 2007

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