Like from the star of September to the New Year's Eve.
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The season we call "Fall" @Giacomanzo, was once Referred to simply as "Harvest" to reflect the time when farmers gathered their crops for winter Storage, roughly between August and November. Astronomically, the season lasts between the end of September until December, between the autumnal equinox and the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere.
The word "Fall" comes from the the Old English word Feallan, which means to "Fall or to Die." Over time, it was then Shortened to "Fall."
The word "Autumn" was used back in the 1300's by Chaucer, and Shakespeare himself used it a lot in Midsummer's Night Dream when one of the Characters describes the Cycle of the Year.
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