frjádagr

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Old Norse[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From late Proto-West Germanic *Frījā dag (day of Frigg) (itself a calque of Latin dies Veneris), through the intermediate of a West Germanic language, likely Old Saxon *frīadag, as Old Saxon was in contact with Old Norse in the south of Denmark.

Noun[edit]

frjádagr m

  1. Friday
    Synonyms: freyjudagr, friggjardagr, fræigjadagr

Descendants[edit]

See also[edit]

(days of the week) dagar í vikunni; sunnudagr, mánadagr/mánudagr, týsdagr, óðinsdagr, þórsdagr, frjádagr, laugardagr (Category: non:Days of the week)