Commonwealth-day



noun
1.
a holiday observed in some countries of the Commonwealth of Nations, originally on May 24, the anniversary of Queen Victoria’s birth, but now on varying dates.
noun
1.
the anniversary of Queen Victoria’s birth, May 24, celebrated (now on the second Monday in March) as a holiday in many parts of the Commonwealth Former name Empire Day

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