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Winter is the coldest season of the year. It falls between autumn and spring. Winter comes from an old Germanic word that means "time of water." This refers to the rain and snow of winter. Winter begins on the winter solstice, the day of the year with the fewest hours of sunlight. In the Northern Hemisphere this is on either December 21 or 22. In the Southern Hemisphere it occurs on either June 21 or 22.

Old English, "fourth season of the year," from Proto-Germanic *wentruz (cf. Old Frisian, Dutch winter , Old Saxon, Old High German wintar , German winter , Danish and Swedish vinter , Gothic wintrus , Old Norse vetr "winter"), possibly from PIE *wed-/*wod-/*ud- "wet" (see water ), or from *wind- "white" (cf. Celtic vindo- "white").

The Anglo-Saxons counted years in "winters," cf. Old English ænetre "one-year-old." Old Norse Vetrardag , first day of winter, was the Saturday that fell between Oct. 10 and 16.