Tue

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See also: TUE, Tue., tue, and tué

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(Tuesday):

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Tue

  1. Abbreviation of Tuesday.

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Tue

  1. (rare) Synonym or Alternative form of Tiw (the god Tyr).
    • 2008, Adam Corres, Raffles and the Match-Fixing Syndicate (Grosvenor House Publishing, first hardback edition), page 20:
      I remember this all took place on a Tuesday; the day of the great god 'Tue'. Honestly, that's who it's named after. If you don't believe me, go look it up. I have no idea what it was that Tue did exactly, but I'd say he or she was pretty lucky []
    • 1995, Miles Jebb, Suffolk, page 193:
      One feels that here the old pagan gods have come into their own again, the ones we acknowledge every day of the week without thinking — Tue, Woden, Thor and Freia; and certainly nature herself has reclaimed what was once a site cleared of vegetation.
    • 2013, Kate Sedley, The Christmas Wassail (Severn House, Sutton, UK; ISBN 1780104200):
      "If he can't mention Tue, Woden, Thor and Frig, how is he going to pronounce the days of the week?"

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Tue

  1. A male given name, short for compound names beginning with the Old Norse element Þur-, a variant of Þórr ‎(Thor).