Assyrian: nisannu —meaning: beginning
Nisan is the first month of the Jewish sacred year and is first mentioned by name in Scripture in Nehemiah 2:1.
This month is also noted in Esther 3:7.
The Jewish Passover is celebrated during this month.
|1||7||Nisan / Abib||30||Mar–Apr|
|2||8||Zif (Ziv) / Iyar||29||Apr–May|
|3||9||Sivan / Siwan||30||May–Jun|
|4||10||Tammuz / Tamuz||29||Jun–Jul|
|5||11||Av / Ab||30||Jul–Aug|
|7||1||Ethanim / Tisri (Tishrei))||30||Sep–Oct|
|8||2||Bul / Marcheshvan (Cheshvan)||29/30||Oct–Nov|
|9||3||Chisleu / Chislev / Kislev||30/29||Nov–Dec|
|10||4||Tebeth / Tevet||29||Dec–Jan|
|11||5||Sebat / Shevat / Shvat / Shebat||30||Jan–Feb|
Article Version: June 4, 2021