parīts

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A nominalized version of parīt (from pa- +‎ rīt (tomorrow)).

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Noun[edit]

parīts m (1st declension)

  1. the day after tomorrow; also, the future
    labi būtu, ja jūs atbildētu līdz parītam, tad es braukšu atpakaļ — it would be good if you answered by the day after tomorrow, (and) then I would go back
    ko darīju tūļin rītā, ko parītā? — what will I do tomorrow, what the day after tomorrow?
    saimniecībā ierasts domāt ne tikai par šodienu un rītdienu, bet arī par parītu — in the (local) economy it is customary to think not only about today and tomorrow, but also about the day after tomorrow

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Parīts is less frequent used than parītdiena.

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