Friday
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English frīgedæg (akin to Old High German frīatag Friday), from *Frīg Frigga + dæg day, prehistoric translation of Latin dies Veneris Venus' day Date: before 12th century the sixth day of the week • Fridays adverb

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  • Friday — (pronunciation IPAEng|ˈfraɪdeɪ, ˈfraɪdi) is the day of the week falling between Thursday and Saturday. It is the sixth day in countries that adopt a Sunday first convention. In ISO 8601, in work based customs, and in countries adopting Monday… …   Wikipedia

  • Friday — (dt. Freitag) steht für Personen: Gavin Friday, Sänger, Komponist, Maler (Irland) Linda Friday, US amerikanische Pornodarstellerin Nancy Friday, US amerikanische Autorin Orte: Friday (Texas), Vereinigte Staaten Friday Harbor, Stadt in Washington …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Friday — es la palabra en idioma inglés con que se denomina al día viernes. También puede referirse a: Música Friday (canción de Rebecca Black) Friday (canción de Sunny Day Real Estate) Apellido David Friday (1876 1945) Gavin Friday (n. 1959) Hershel… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Friday — O.E. frigedæg Frigga s day, from Frige, gen. of Frig (see FRIGG (Cf. Frigg)), Germanic goddess of married love, a West Germanic translation of L. dies Veneris day of (the planet) Venus, which itself translated Gk. Aphrodites hemera. Cf. O.N.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Friday — (Пинеда де Мар,Испания) Категория отеля: Адрес: 08397 Пинеда де Мар, Испания …   Каталог отелей

  • Friday — ► NOUN ▪ the day of the week before Saturday and following Thursday. ► ADVERB 1) chiefly N. Amer. on Friday. 2) (Fridays) on Fridays; each Friday. ORIGIN Old English, named after the Germanic goddess Frigga …   English terms dictionary

  • Friday — [frī′dā; ] occas. [, frī′dē] n. [ME fridai < OE frigedæg, lit., day of the goddess FRIGG, akin to Ger Freitag, Du Vrijdag, Swed Fredag: transl. of LL Veneris dies (Fr vendredi), Venus day] 1. the sixth day of the week: abbrev. Fri or F 2.… …   English World dictionary

  • Friday — Fri day, n. [AS. friged[ae]g, fr. Frigu, the gooddes of marriage; friqu love + d[ae]g day; cf. Icel. Frigg name of a goddess, the wife of Odin or Wodan, OHG. Fr[=i]atag, Icel. Frj[=a]dagr. AS. frigu is prob. from the root of E. friend, free. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • friday — 1. (Friday) (18920↑, 2231↓) The day after Thursday and before Saturday, according to Rebecca Black. Also the most annoying day of the week now. It s Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday Author: He who lieks mudkipz… …   Urban English dictionary

  • Friday — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Friday est un mot anglais signifiant vendredi. Etymologie: La déesse nordique freya (déesse de l amour et de la beauté) passe pour être à l origine de ce… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Friday — Fri|day [ˈfraıdi, deı] n [U and C] written abbreviation Fri. [: Old English; Origin: frigedAg day of Frigg, female god of love ] the day between Thursday and Saturday on Friday ▪ It s Kate s birthday on Friday. ▪ Diane won t be here Friday. AmE… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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