sevennight

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Etymology[edit]

From the Middle English sēven-night, from the Old English seofon (seven) + nihta (the genitive plural form of niht, “night”); equivalent to seven + night; compare the Modern English noun fortnight and the Old English adjective seofonnihte.

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/ˈsɛvənˌnɑɪt/

Noun[edit]

sevennight (plural sevennights)

  1. A week; any period of seven consecutive days and nights.

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