e premte

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Probably a calque of Latin diēs Veneris. From earlier variants e prende or e prente, from the name of Prenda, a pagan goddess protector of women, from Proto-Indo-European *prāy-, *prēy- (to like, love). Cognate with Proto-Germanic *Frijjō (cf. Old Norse Freyja (lady, mistress), English Friday), Sanskrit प्रिय (prīyā́, beloved, wife).


  • IPA(key): /ɛ‿ˈprɛmtɛ/
  • Hyphenation: e‧prem‧te


e premte f (plural te premte, definite e premtja, definite plural te premtet)

  1. Friday

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