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), Good Wednesday, and the Good Book to refer to the Bible. Earlier called 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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