Prophetic Year - meaning and definition. What is Prophetic Year
Diclib.com
Online Dictionary

What (who) is Prophetic Year - definition


Prophetic Year         
A PERIOD OF 360 DAYS, USED IN SOME THEORIES OF BIBLICAL EXEGESIS (AND IN SOME CASES INTERPRETED AS 360 YEARS INSTEAD, ACCORDING TO THE DAY–YEAR PRINCIPLE)
In Biblical eschatology a Prophetic Year or Prophetical Year is sometimes regarded as being different from an ordinary year, namely
Water year         
12-MONTH TIME PERIOD USED IN HYDROLOGY
Hydrological year; Discharge year; Flow year; Dry year; Wet year
A water year (also called hydrological year, discharge year or flow year) is a term commonly used in hydrology to describe a time period of 12 months for which precipitation totals are measured. Its beginning differs from the calendar year because part of the precipitation that falls in late autumn and winter accumulates as snow and does not drain until the following spring or summer's snowmelt.
Fiscal year         
  • Federal Revenue and Spending
1-YEAR TERM FOR GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS FINANCIAL REPORTING
Fiscal calendar; Financial year; Fiscal Year; Tax year; Fiscal Quarter; Financial Year; Business quarter; Accounting reference date; Financial quarter; Fiscal quarter; Budget Year; Fiscal-year budget; Business year; UK tax year; Budget year; Financial year closing; Fiscal year closing; US fiscal year; FY (fiscal year); Australian financial year; Fiscal year end; U.S. fiscal year; Fiscal years; Japanese fiscal year
A fiscal year (or financial year, or sometimes budget year) is used in government accounting, which varies between countries, and for budget purposes. It is also used for financial reporting by businesses and other organizations.