midday

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From Middle English midday, from Old English middæġ(mid-day, noon), equivalent to mid- +‎ day. Cognate with Scots midday(midday), West Frisian middei(midday, noon, afternoon), Dutch middag(midday, noon, afternoon), German Mittag(noon, midday, late morning, early afternoon), Danish middag(midday, noon, afternoon), Swedish middag(midday, noon, afternoon).

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midday ‎(countable and uncountable, plural middays)

  1. noon; twelve o'clock during the day

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