Solstice is a word derived from the Latin Solstitium meaning "sun standing still" as it is used to define the time of year when the sun reaches its height more or less apparent in heaven.
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Equinox is a word derived from the Latin Aequinoctium meaning "equal night" because it is used to define the time of year when day and night are of equal length.
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