fortnightly

[fawrt-nahyt-lee]

adjective

occurring or appearing once a fortnight.

adverb

once a fortnight.

noun, plural fort·night·lies.

a periodical issued every two weeks.

Origin of fortnightly

First recorded in 1790–1800; fortnight + -ly
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British Dictionary definitions for fortnightly

fortnightly

adjective

occurring or appearing once each fortnight

adverb

once a fortnight

noun plural -lies

a publication issued at intervals of two weeks
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