Month Origin of it’s name
January Janus, the Roman god of beginnings.
February  Februa, an ancient Roman festival of purification held on February 15.
March Latin word Mārtius, meaning “of Mars,” as in, the Roman god of war.
April Latin name is aprīlis, which is related to the Latin word aperīre, meaning “to open,” a reference to the blooming flowers of spring.
May Maia, the Roman goddess of fertility.
June Juno, the queen of the Roman gods.
July Jūlius in honor of Julius Caesar.
August Caesar’s grandnephew, the emperor Augustus.
September Septem, the Latin word for “seven.”
October Latin word octō means “eight.”
November Latin, novem means “nine.”
December Latin word for 10, which is decem.