frigedæg

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From earlier *frījædæġ [ˈfriː.jæˌdæj], from *frījǣdæġ [ˈfriː.jæːˌdæj], from Anglo-Frisian *frījǣdæg [ˈfriː.jæːˌdæɣ], from West Germanic *frījādag [ˈfriː.jɑːˌdɑɣ], from Proto-Germanic *Frijjōz dagaz (literally day of Frigg), a calque of Latin diēs Veneris (Friday, literally day of Venus). Cognate with Old Frisian frīadei (West Frisian freed), Old Saxon *frīadag (Low German Freedag), Old Dutch *frīadag (Dutch vrijdag), Old High German frīatag (German Freitag).

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frīġedæġ m

  1. Friday

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