Definitions for Tuesdayˈtuz deɪ, -di, ˈtyuz-
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the third day of the week; the second working day
The third day of the week in many religious traditions, and the second day of the week in systems that use the ISO 8601 norm; it follows Monday and precedes Wednesday.
Origin: From Tewesday, from Tiwesdæg, from Tīwas dagaz (a rendering of dies Martis (see ), itself a translation of (see )), equivalent to Tīwaz (compare Tyr, Ziu), from dyewós + dagaz. Cognate with Tysday, tiisdei, dialectal Ziestag, tirsdag, tisdag. More at Zeus, day.
the third day of the week, following Monday and preceding Wednesday
Tuesday is a day of the week occurring after Monday and before Wednesday. According to some commonly used calendars, it is the third day of the week, but according to international standard ISO 8601, it is the second day of the week. The English name is derived from Old English Tiwesdæg and Middle English Tewesday, meaning "Tīw's Day", the day of Tiw or Týr, the god of single combat, victory and heroic glory in Norse mythology. Tiw was equated with Mars in the interpretatio romana, and the name of the day is a translation of Latin dies Martis.
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Book air early, now and on a Tuesday.
People cut back on Wednesday, so Tuesday's a fun day.
I do believe that our country died that Tuesday night.
It's a truce due to the meeting this Tuesday in Brasilia.
I just never until last Tuesday night told the whole story.
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