IS TODAY THE FIRST DAY OF FALL OR THE FIRST DAY OF AUTUMN…OR BOTH?

Autumn leaves, autumn sneeze, fall breeze and fall trees. Is it most accurate to say Sept. 22 is the start of fall or autumn?

Both ‘autumn’ and ‘fall’ originated from Britain, according to Merriam-Webster. ‘Autumn,’ however, was the first of the pumpkin spice season names to be invented back in the 1300s, originating from the Latin word ‘autumnus.’ It would take 300 years for ‘fall’ to come into the picture. 

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