February is the second month of the year. It usually has 28 days, but has 29 days on leap years.
For events in February, see the pages on specific dates below.
February is the second month in the Gregorian calendar used on Earth, named for Februus, the Roman god of purification. It normally has 28 days, but a 29th is added roughly once every four years, to match the Earth's period of revolution.
|Months of the Year|
|Earth months (Gregorian calendar)||January • February • March • April • May • June • July • August • September • October • November • December|
|Qo'noS months||Doqath • Lo'Bral • Maktag • Merruthj • nay'Poq • Soo'jen • Xan'lahr|
|Vulcan/Romulan months||Tasmeen • Haraveen • Sharveen • K'ri'Brax • re'Ti'Khutai|
February is the second month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. It has 28 days, 29 on leap years.