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Hyphenation for 'June'

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The hyphenation (or word hyphenation) at the end of a line is done for economic reasons (a word no longer fits completely on a line) and aesthetic reasons (the page is filled more evenly). In many languages, including the German language, the main basis for word separation is breaking up compound words into their components and then breaking them down into syllables.


June (formerly also the fallow month) is the sixth month of the year in the Gregorian calendar.
It has 30 days and contains the day of the solstice (June 21, depending on the celestial mechanics also possible on June 20 or 22), which is the longest day with the shortest night of the year in the northern hemisphere.
It is named after the Roman goddess Juno, the wife of the god father Jupiter, goddess of marriage and protector of Rome. During the reign of Emperor Nero, the month was renamed Germanicus, one of the emperor's names, but this did not prevail. Under Emperor Commodus, the month was then called Aelius after one of his names; This renaming was also reversed after the death of the emperor. The old German name of the month is Brachet or Brachmond, since in the three-field economy of the Middle Ages the work on the fallow began in this month. In gardening circles one speaks of the month of roses, since the rose bloom reaches its peak in June; for this reason June was formerly also known as the Rose Moon.
In the Roman calendar, Junius was originally the fourth month and had 29 days.
In order to avoid confusion with the similar-sounding month name July in oral communication, June is often also spoken as "Juno" ([ˈjuːno] or [juˈnoː]), especially when talking on the phone or when dictating. Conversely, July is often articulated as "Julei" ([juˈlai] or [ˈjuːlai]) for the same reason.
No other month in the current calendar year begins on the same day of the week as June. In contrast, February of the following year begins on the same day of the week as June of the current year.

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