\\ˈrədməsˌdā, ˈrüd-\ noun
Usage: usually capitalized
Etymology: alteration of earlier roodmas day, from roodmas (from rood + mas — from Middle English masse mass — ) + day — more at mass

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Rudmasday — Rud mas*day, n. [See {Rood}, {Mass}, {Day}.] (R.C.Ch.) Either of the feasts of the Holy Cross, occuring on May 3 and September 14, annually. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • rudmasday — rud·mas·day …   English syllables

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