Monday

[ muhn-dey, -dee ]
/ ˈmʌn deɪ, -di /

noun

the second day of the week, following Sunday.

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Origin of Monday

before 1000; Middle English Mone(n)day,Old English mōn(an)dæg, translation of Late Latin lūnae diēs moon's day
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Monday
/ (ˈmʌndɪ, -deɪ) /

noun

the second day of the week; first day of the working week

Word Origin for Monday

Old English mōnandæg moon's day, translation of Late Latin lūnae diēs
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