Today’s Wordle Answer: “April 18”

April 18 is the 181st day of the year (182nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are no changes in the time of day. However, the date changes by one in the Gregorian calendar.
This date is associated with the vernal equinox and the Vernal Equinox Day. In the Northern Hemisphere, this day is the first day of spring. In the Southern Hemisphere, it is called the first day of autumn.
In many parts of the world, this day is known as Groundhog Day. It is celebrated as Punjabi New Year. This day is also referred to as Punjabi New Year’s Day or Punjabi Nite.

For example, in India, it is also referred to as Machhli holi. This day is also known as Green Monday or Green Tuesday. In English, this day is also known as Green Monday. It is named after the pagan deity of spring, the Hares.
The word “hare” is a dialectical form of the Old English word “haere”, which means “to hide.” It is also called “hoary hare” Old English “hugora”, meaning “old hare” Old Norse “hugr” meaning “old, wise” “hugr” meaning “to huddle together” Proto-Germanic “*hugrō” > Old English “hugre”

What to expect on April 18?

On this date, the people of Northern Asia celebrate “Groundhog Day.” In the United States and Canada, it is celebrated on February 2. It also marks the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere.
In many parts of Europe, Groundhog Day is celebrated on March 1.

Historical events on April 18

This day is known as the Feast of Saint George on April 18 in Cyprus, Greece and Romania.
April 18 is also called the Day of St. George in England. It is also called the day of St. George’s Day or Old Style St. Patrick’s Day or St Patrick’s Day in Ireland.
It is also called Ukrainian Independence Day or Soviet Unification Day in Ukraine
In Bulgaria, it is called Varnal day
In Poland it is called Tysiąclecia Niepodległości

Important Birthdays on April 18

April 18 is the birthday of the following:

– Christian theologian, philosopher, and mystic Meister Eckhart
– Danish economist Søren Aabye Kierkegaard
– Czech composer Bedřich Smetana

Conclusion

Today’s Wordle answer is “April 18.”

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