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Introduction To Days of Weeks
The days of weeks are part of our life. We use these days in a sequence for our lives. The week is a period of seven days. Everyone is unique. It is a unit of life. Its starts on Monday and ends on Sunday. Six days of the week are working days but Sunday is the rest day of the week. But in USA countries, a week starts on Sunday and ends on Saturday. It was introduced by emperor Constantine in 322 AD. it spread all over the world over the next 100 years.
The name of the weekdays is Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. A week is called a chain of seven days.
The word ‘’week’’ is sourced from the old English word wice, a Germanic form ‘’wikon’’ from the root ‘’wik’’ means move, change, and turn. There is a different name for weekdays according to Romans and in the English language given below. Romans put the name of the dyas in terms of planets.
The name of days that derived from the old English language and new names are given below:
Meaning of the days
The meaning of the days considered are given below:
A week have own history. Our current seven days are introduced by the Roman empire in 322AD. They were the first who introduced a weekly system. It was a big change in history. All days were became in a chain. They were in a sequence. About 100 years later this system spread around the world. Romans put the name of the week in terms of planets.
In the modern age, they change into the English language which is mostly derived from old English.
One week is equal to 7 days in Romans (Moon, sun, Jupiter, Saturn, mars, mercury, and venus) and English names of days(Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday). Also 168 hours 10,080 minutes and 604,804 seconds in a week.
Now, a description of the number of weeks are following given below:
There are 4 weeks in a month.
There are 52 weeks in a year but 53 weeks in a leap year.
There are 5214.29 weeks in a century.
Abbreviations for days of the week
Abbreviations for the are following:
Saturday and Sunday are called weekend days but the rest days are called working days. Most countries closed work on weekends and enjoy two days.
The detail about facts, meanings, and bad and good effects of the days are given below:
Days of Weeks
There is a specific meaning for each day of the week. In the history we can find out many things. I have described the meaning of and history of each days of weeks.
Monday means Mon=Mo, (abbreviation form), the Moon’s day. Monday and let it shine like the moon it is named after. It is derived from the old English language. Roman attributes Monday to the planet named ‘’Moon’’ It is called the first day of the week. Which comes after the weekend. It is a manic Monday. Science says that Mondays are tough. Waking up on Monday morning after the weekend is always so hard.
Monday is a motivational day. It is a kickstart. Monday begins with new goals and the potential for rest days of the week. Monday has 1440 minutes, 86400 seconds, and 24 four hours. Now here, we talk about some facts about Monday that which improve your knowledge about Monday which are given below:
- Monday is considered the start day of the week. It is the best chance day to set new goals and start a new project.
- We can start our life with a new spirit if we can’t start before. We can make it a motivational day.
- In some countries, Monday consider the second day of the week but in most countries, Monday is the first day of the week.
- Some people understand Monday is the hardest day of the week. Due to this reason, they couldn’t work properly.
- Monday is full of sadness.
- Most people do online shopping on Monday.
- Some gyms are closed during the weekend but open on Monday.
- Youtube was officially activated on Monday, February 14, 2005. Youtube.com was the domain name of this site.
- On Monday, most people are late for college or work. Often it is hard to get ready after the weekend.
- On Monday we weigh the most and we sleep the worst.
Tuesday means Tue= Tues (abbreviation)means “Tiw’s day”, the god of war and law. It second day of the week. The word Tuesday derived from old English. Tuesday is a significant day. It is the most productive day of the week. It is that which day we implement our new projects which we make on Monday.
Tuesday always beat Monday in productivity. Spanish and Greek people considered Tuesday an unlucky day. In some countries is considered 3rd day of the week. Tuesday has 1440 minutes, 86400 seconds, and 24 four hours. Some interesting facts about Tuesday are given below:
- Video games were released on Tuesday in history. It was the start of the video game industry. Sega video game company was the first time release its most popular game Sonic the Hedgehog.
- About 90 years ago black Tuesday occurred in the USA. this day which refers to the big stock market crash.
A crash is considered to mark the start of the great depression.
- Tuesday is also famous for fat Tuesday.
- In the past music, albums were mostly released on Tuesdays before it was eventually moved to Fridays all over the world in 2015.
- Tuesday is the day most popular for worship and praying among Hindus.
- In Japan, the name Tuesday also means Mars Day.
The third day of the week. Wednesday means Wed (abbreviation) “Wodan’s day”, the Germanic god Wodan. Wodan most important god of the German pantheon. Wednesday is also known as Hump day in the west. Till 2008 Wednesday was considered a lucky day for the stock market. It is a productive day.
Wednesday is the most competitive of Tuesday in production. Wednesday has 1440 minutes, 86400 seconds, and 24 four hours. Now here, we talk about some facts about Wednesday that which improve your knowledge about Wednesday which are given below:
- Wednesdays are called the middle working day of the week. In many languages, Wednesday is translated as “between”.
- In American Christianity, both Catholic and Protestant churches schedule study, prayer, or meetings on Wednesday nights.
- The astrological sign for Wednesday is the same as the astrological sign for the planet Mercury.
- In Solar Calendar, the color associated with Wednesday is green.
- Wednesday is the name of a Yezidi festival held in Iraq.
- Wednesday is a very important day with regard to religion. For example, according to the Old Testament of the Christian Bible, it’s said that God created light on Wednesday.
Thursday mean is named after the Norse god of thunder, Thor. The abbreviation of Thursday is Thur., Thurs. = Thursday. Thursday is traditionally the fifth day of the week but according to ISO(8601), Thursday is marked as the fourth day of the week.
Thursday has 1440 minutes, 86400 seconds, and 24 four hours. It is a happy day because of the start of the weekend. It is also known as Thirsty day. Thursday is the day between Wednesday and Friday. Now here, we talk about some facts about Thursday that which improve your knowledge about Thursday which are given below:
- On June 20th, 1782, the USA decided on the Bald Eagle as their national animal.
- In Thailand, Thursday is considered a teacher day.
- In the Thai Solar Calendar, the color orange is associated with Thursday.
- There’s an American music band called Thursday.
- Most workers In Australia are paid on Thursday.
- Most cinema movies in Australia are premier on Thursday.
- Thursday has very important for Muslims.
Friday is traditionally the sixth day of the week but according to ISO(8601), Friday is marked as the fifth day of the week. Friday means “day of Frigg”, the Norse goddess of fertility and love. Its abbreviation form is Fri=friday. Friday is the last day of work worldwide except in some countries.
People enjoy this day with food, music and in cinemas because this is the beginning of the weekend. The restaurants are packed, the bars are buzzing. Friday has 1440 minutes, 86400 seconds, and 24 four hours. Some interesting facts about Friday are given below:
- A popular American acronym is “TGIF,” which means “Thank God It’s Friday.
- Most movies are released to the public on Fridays.
- For huge blockbusters, a 12:00 midnight Friday premiere is also common.
- Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were born together on Friday the 13th of June 1986.
- Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving when retail stores have their biggest sales. This day sales of the store are double. As well black Friday can become dangerous due to fashizam. Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year.
- Friday is represented by the blue color.
- Friday is a holy day for Muslims. Muslims offer ‘’Jumma Prayer’’ every Friday at about 1 pm. They offer a prayer on Friday like the Eid prayer.
- Friday is the day of the week between Thursday and Saturday.
- According to insurance corporations, more accidents happen on Friday than on any other day of the week.
Saturday is named after the Roman god and planet Saturn. Its abbreviation form is Sat, Saturday. Saturday is traditionally the last day of the week but according to ISO(8601), Saturday is marked as the sixth day of the week.
Saturday is the first official day of the regular two-day weekend. In most countries, Saturday is the sixth day and some countries consider Saturday the last day of the week. It is a boring and lazy day. Saturday is the most common day for sports. Saturday has 1440 minutes, 86400 seconds, and 24 four hours. Some interesting facts about Saturday are given below:
- Not really unknown but the day of the week between Friday and Sunday is Saturday.
- According to the Old English translation of Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People, Saturday was referred to as “Sæternes dæġe.”
- The day was also known as sunnanæfen in other versions of Old English.
- Saturday was first named “Sãturni dies” which means Saturn’s Day by the early Romans around the 2nd century. It was said to be named after Saturn.
- Saturday was said to be named for Saturn and this was explained by Vettius Valens and Dio Cass with the astrological order of days. According to the two authors, it was a principle of astrology that the heavenly bodies controlled the hours of the day, one after another. This led to the weekdays being named for the planets which were already named after the heavenly deities.
- Saturday was introduced into the West Germanic language, and in Middle Low German, Middle Dutch, and Modern Dutch, it was known as sater(s)dach, Saturday, and Saturday respectively.
- In Victoria, Australia there was a series of deadly bushfires that destroyed lives and properties, it started on the 7th of February 2009, which happened to be a Saturday and that day is now known as Black Saturday.
Sunday is associated with the Sun. The abbreviation form is Sun, Sunday. Sunday is traditionally the first day of the week but according to ISO(8601), Sunday is marked as the last day of the week. It is associated with Sun. It is the final day of the weekend. Morning of the Sunday is very charming. People felt very happy.
They go for a morning walk with their pets. They gossip about each other. They spend their time with family. They cook delicious dishes on this day. They plan a party. Sunday has 1440 minutes, 86400 seconds, and 24 four hours. People make every moment memorable. People take photos to capture every moment to make it memorable. People go to the park with children. Every age of people enjoys Sunday.
Some interesting facts about Sunday are given below:
- Sunday is associated with red color.
- All banks close on Sunday worldwide.
- The Modern Greek word for Sunday means “Lord’s Day”.
- In some Slavic languages, the word for Sunday means “no work.”
- Many countries in Europe choose to hold their national and local elections on Sunday.
- It is also called a rest day.
- You can be fined up to $1,000 for whistling on a Sunday in Salt Lake City, Utah.
- Palm Sunday is the first Sunday of holly easter. People attend special Church services and light candles to mark the victory and goodness of this day.