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Calendar
The following is a European Calendar which displays the equivalent Ethiopian calendar underneath in yellow colour.
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30
Hamele
23 2010
31
Hamele
24 2010
1
Hamele
25 2010
2
Hamele
26 2010
3
Hamele
27 2010
4
Hamele
28 2010
5
Hamele
29 2010
6
Hamele
30 2010
7
Nehassie
1 2010
8
Nehassie
2 2010
9
Nehassie
3 2010
10
Nehassie
4 2010
11
Nehassie
5 2010
12
Nehassie
6 2010
13
Nehassie
7 2010
14
Nehassie
8 2010
15
Nehassie
9 2010
16
Nehassie
10 2010
17
Nehassie
11 2010
18
Nehassie
12 2010
19
Nehassie
13 2010
20
Nehassie
14 2010
21
Nehassie
15 2010
22
Nehassie
16 2010
23
Nehassie
17 2010
24
Nehassie
18 2010
25
Nehassie
19 2010
26
Nehassie
20 2010
27
Nehassie
21 2010
28
Nehassie
22 2010
29
Nehassie
23 2010
30
Nehassie
24 2010
31
Nehassie
25 2010
1
Nehassie
26 2010
2
Nehassie
27 2010
3
Nehassie
28 2010
4
Nehassie
29 2010
5
Nehassie
30 2010
6
Pagumie
1 2010
7
Pagumie
2 2010
8
Pagumie
3 2010
9
Pagumie
4 2010
For Ethiopian holidays follow the link  Ethiopian holidays

Note
Ethiopian calendar is different from the western calendar (Gregorian). The Ethiopian calendar or Ethiopic calendar is the principal calendar used in Ethiopia and is also the liturgical year of the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church where it is known as the Ge'ez calendar. It is based on the older Alexandrian or Coptic calendar, which is based on the even older Egyptian calendar, but like the Julian calendar, it adds a leap day every four years without exception, and begins the year on August 29 or August 30 in the Julian calendar.

Like the Coptic calendar, the Ethiopian calendar has twelve months of 30 days each plus five or six epagomenal days (usually called a thirteenth month). Furthermore, its months begin on the same days as those of the Coptic calendar, but they have different names, that are in Ge'ez. The sixth epagomenal day is added every four years without exception on August 29 in the Julian calendar, six months before the Julian leap day. Thus the first day of the Ethiopian year, 1 Meskerem, for years between 1901 and 2099 (inclusive), is usually September 11 (Gregorian), but falls on September 12 (Gregorian), in years before the Gregorian leap year.

Key
Short NameEthiopian MonthEqivalent Months
MesMeskeremSeptember/October
Tik TikimitOctober/November
Hid Hidar November/December
Tah Tahissas December/January
Tir Tirr January/February
Yek Yekatit February/March
Meg Megabit March/April
Miz Miazya April/May
Gin Ginbot May/June
Sen Senne June/July
Ham Hamele July/Augest
Neh Nehassie Augest/September
Pag Pagumie September

Disclaimer
While every effort has been made to present an accurate calendar conversion between European calendar (Gregorian) and the Ethiopian calendar, we cannot accept any responsibility for any error or omission in the data presented above.

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