How do you say Thursday in different languages?

How do you say Thursday in different languages?

In other languages Thursday

  • American English: Thursday /-di, ˈθɜrzdeɪ/
  • Arabic: يَوْمُ الـخَمِيس
  • Brazilian Portuguese: quinta-feira.
  • Chinese: 星期四
  • Croatian: četvrtak.
  • Czech: čtvrtek.
  • Danish: torsdag.
  • Dutch: donderdag.

What language is Monday?

Monday gets its name from the Anglo-Saxon word “mondandaeg” which translates to “the moon’s day.” The second day of the week in Nordic cultures was devoted to worshipping the goddess of the moon.

What is Saturday called in different languages?

Days of the week in many different languages

Monday Saturday
Abkhaz ашәахь (ašəax’) асабш (asabš)
Afrikaans Maandag ‘moon day’ Saterdag ‘Saturn’s day’
Albanian e hënë ‘of moon’ e shtunë ‘of sabbath’
Alsatian Mandi Sàmschdi

What language is die for Tuesday?

Days of the Week Origins

English Latin French
SUNDAY dies Solis (Sol’s day. Sol was an ancient Roman sun god.) dimanche (from the Latin for “Lord’s day”)
MONDAY dies Lunae (Luna’s day. Luna was an ancient Roman moon goddess.) lundi
TUESDAY dies Martis (Mars’s day. Mars was an ancient Roman god of war.) mardi

Why do we call it Tuesday?

Tuesday gets its name from the Anglo-Saxon’s god of war Tiu, also known as Tyr to the Vikings. The Romans named their third day of the week after their god of war, Mars. That is why romantic languages like Spanish, French and Italian all have similar names for Tuesday: martes, mardi, and martedi.

Why is it called Wednesday?

Wednesday is named for the god Woden, who is paralleled with the Roman god Mercury, probably because both gods shared attributes of eloquence, the ability to travel, and the guardianship of the dead. Thursday is Thunor’s day, or, to give the word its Old English form, Thunresdæg “the day of Thunder”.

How do you say Queen in Africa?

Translation of word Queen in almost 13 African languages….Queen in African Languages.

Different Languages Word Queen
Swahili malkia

Are there different ways to say Thursday in different languages?

Please find below many ways to say Thursday in different languages. This is the translation of the word “Thursday” to over 100 other languages. Too many ads and languages?

When do you Say Hello in South Africa?

‘Kunjani’ is often used also as ‘hello’ by the Zulu and Xhosa people. ‘Molo’ is the traditional ‘hello’ in the isiXhosa language. This greeting is used when addressing only one person, when you want to greet more than one person, say: ‘Molweni’ ‘Howzit’ is used by all South Africans for saying ‘hello’. The word stems from “How is it (going?)”.

How to say thank you in 23 African languages?

Hausa: Na gode. I should have known this a long time ago but thanks to Manre Chirtau, I will not forget this one. Ever. Alafia lo! Swahili: Asante. Yeap, thank you in the most popular language is the same as its most famous kingdom. Or if you spell it Ahsante, then you can forget what I just wrote before.

Are there any slang words in South Africa?

Thanks to the variety of languages spoken in South Africa, locals tend to borrow words from each language, resulting in slang words or phrases known as ‘South Africanisms’. If you’re visiting South Africa any time soon, it’s useful to know a few turns of phrase to help you along the way.

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