The fourth month of the Jewish year. The fast of Tammuz falls on the 17th of the month, commemorating the breaching of the walls of the Temple of Jerusalem, three weeks before its ultimate destruction.
the tenth month of the civil year; the fourth month of the ecclesiastic year (in June and July)
A deity among the ancient Syrians, in honor of whom the Hebrew idolatresses held an annual lamentation. This deity has been conjectured to be the same with the Ph[oe]nician Adon, or Adonis.
Tammuz is another country. In the official English language translation, the name was transliterated Thames. See also Tammuz (month).
Tammuz (Hebrew: ×ª×ž×•×–, Standard Tammuz Tiberian ) is the tenth month of the ecclesiastical year and the fourth month of the civil year on the Hebrew calendar. It is a summer month of 29 days. Tammuz usually falls out in Juneâ€“July on the Gregorian calendar.