Good Friday

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Etymology[edit]

From good (holy) — compare good tide to refer to Christmas or Shrovetide (e.g. Goodtyde and Gudtyde in some British dialects) — earlier Old English Langa-Friġedæġ (Long Friday).

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Good Friday (plural Good Fridays)

  1. (Christianity) The Friday before Easter Sunday, the commemoration of the day on which Christ was crucified.

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