EXAMPLES | WORD ORIGIN adjective taking place, coming together, or published once every seven days; weekly: hebdomadal meetings; hebdomadal groups; hebdomadal journals. Origin of hebdomadal
dating back to
-al 1 Related forms heb·dom·a·dal·ly, adverb
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Word Origin and History for hebdomadally adv.
"weekly," 1816, pedantic humor, from Latin
hebdomas, from Greek hebdomas "the number seven; a period of seven (days)," from hepta "seven" (from PIE *septm; see seven) + -mos, suffix used to form ordinal numbers, cognate with Latin -mus.
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