Noun Concept
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leap year  bissextile year  intercalary year  366 days
A calendar year with an extra day added in February WordNet 2020
A leap year is a calendar year that contains an additional day added to keep the calendar year synchronized with the astronomical year or seasonal year. Wikipedia
Type of year that has exactly 366 days in a solar calendar, so is starting on a day of week preceding the day of week where this year is ending, and is not a common year Wikidata
A year with 366 days instead of 365. OmegaWiki
A year with an extra day, a leap year. Wiktionary
A year in the Julian or Gregorian calendars with an intercalary day added to February, used to adjust for the extra hours of the solar year; a 366-day year. Wiktionary