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Answer for the clue "Vietnamese festival", 3 letters:
Alternative clues for the word tet
Eastern New Year
Lunar calendar holiday
Holiday in Hue
___ offensive (Vietnam War event)
Hanoi New Year
Vietnamese New Year
Ethnic New Year celebration
Holiday in 60-Across
Lunar calendar observance
1968 battle period
Event in a lunar calendar
Start of a lunar calendar abroad
Holiday in Asia
New Year overseas
Asian New Year
Holiday celebrated in Little Saigon
HuГ© New Year
Lunar New Year
Holiday in Vietnam
Asian New Year's festival
Asian celebration occasion
Lunar calendar event
Holiday in which to say "Chuc mung nam moi!"
Lunar New Year in Vietnam
New Year festival overseas
Holiday celebrated with bГЎnh chung cakes
Southeast Asian holiday
Holiday when sweeping and emptying the trash are considered bad luck
New Year abroad
Southeast Asian observance
Celebration of the arrival of spring
Asian winter celebration
___ Offensive of 1968
Ho Chi Minh City festival
Occasion for gifting red envelopes
Winter celebration abroad
Occasion for dragon dances
Observed for 3 days after the 1st full moon after January 20th
It's celebrated in late January or early February
Holiday celebrated with b
New Year's, abroad
Far East feast
Holiday for Ho
Offensive time, once
Asian winter festival
Holiday in Hanoi
A holiday in Asia
Lunar New Year in Asia
Offensive in 1968 news
Vietnam War's ___ offensive
Da Nang holiday
Far East holiday
Word definitions for tet in dictionaries
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. The ninth letter of many Semitic alphabets/abjads (Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic and others).
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Vietnamese lunar new year, 1885, short for Tet Nguyen Dan "feast of the first day." The North Vietnamese Tet Offensive in the U.S. Vietnam War began Jan. 30, 1968.
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Tết ( or ), or Vietnamese New Year, is the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture. The word is a shortened form of Tết Nguyên Đán , which is Sino-Vietnamese for "Feast of the First Morning of the First Day". Tết celebrates the arrival of spring...
Usage examples of tet.
Some joined in fierce combat with the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese in and around Saigon and Hue during the Tet Offensive.
Our mandate for the television series was to let these men tell stories of their life in battle: under siege at Khe Sanh, in ambush at the battle of the la Drang Valley, and during the Tet Offensive, the air war, the secret war, and the fall of Saigon.
When the Tet Offensive broke loose without warning in Saigon, these were the men in combat on the ever moving, always dangerous front lines in the narrow, cluttered city streets.
During Tet in Saigon and Hue, wherever Americans came under attack, especially at la Drang, where the action was so intense it defied reason, and in Khe Sanh where the siege went on for nearly three months, tedium was hardly the problem.
Med at Dong Ha was handling casualties from Hue City as a result of the Tet battle there.
During Tet they played a crucial role defending their positions when they battled at the American embassy in Saigon, inside the alleys, and on the streets of the cities.
All this happened during the planned and agreed-on cease-fire for Tet, the Vietnamese New Year.
The experience of the Tet Offensive was the turning point for American public opinion, after which discontent and opposition grew.
Still, because of the power of television, Tet became a major psychological defeat for the United States and its ally, South Vietnam.
On the eve of Tet, because of a shortage of men, they had been working twelve-hour shifts.
I did notice about a month prior to Tet during the Christmas season, an awful lot of funerals.
When Tet started and the marines and the fighting started, my next vision of the city was total chaos.
At the time of the Tet Offensive, their assigned weapons were under lock and key.
Vietnamese were firing off fireworks to celebrate Tet, celebrating with libations.
Purcell was among the first marines to enter Hue City February 1, 1968, when the Tet Offensive was one day old.