the sixth day of the week; the fifth working day
The sixth day of the week in many religious traditions, and the fifth day of the week in systems using the ISO 8601 norm; the Biblical sixth day of a week, the day before the Sabbath, or "day of preparation" in preparation for the Sabbath; the Islamic sabbath; it follows Thursday and precedes Saturday.
Etymology: frigedæg. Compound of frīġe and dæġ "day".
Etymology: frigedæg. Compound of frīġe and dæġ "day".
the sixth day of the week, following Thursday and preceding Saturday
Etymology: [AS. frigedg, fr. Frigu, the gooddes of marriage; friqu love + dg day; cf. Icel. Frigg name of a goddess, the wife of Odin or Wodan, OHG. Fratag, Icel. Frjdagr. AS. frigu is prob. from the root of E. friend, free. See Free, and Day.]
Friday is the day between Thursday and Saturday. In countries adopting Monday-first conventions as recommended by the international standard ISO 8601, it is the fifth day of the week. It is the sixth day in countries that adopt a Sunday-first convention, as in the Abrahamic tradition. In many countries, Friday is the last day of a five-day working week, and is viewed as a cause for celebration or relief. In some workplaces workers wear less formal attire on Fridays, known as Casual Friday or Dress-Down Friday. In other countries, Friday is the first day of the weekend, with Saturday the second. In Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan and Iran, Friday is the last day of the weekend, with Saturday as the first day of the working week. Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait also followed this convention until they changed to a Friday–Saturday weekend, on 1 September 2006 in Bahrain and UAE, and a year later in Kuwait. In Iran, Friday is the only weekend day.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
frī′dā, n. the sixth day of the week.—Black Friday, Good Friday, from the black vestments of the clergy and altar in the Western Church: any Friday marked by a great calamity; Good Friday, the Friday before Easter, kept in commemoration of the Crucifixion; Holy Friday, Friday in an ember-week—also Golden Friday, sometimes put for Good Friday itself. [A.S. Frígedæg, day of (the goddess) Fríg—Latinised Frigga—wife of Odin.]
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
the young savage, the attendant of Robinson Crusoe, so called as discovered on a Friday.
the sixth day of the week, so called as consecrated to Freyia or Frigga, the wife of Odin; is proverbially a day of ill luck; held sacred among Catholics as the day of the crucifixion, and the Mohammedan Sunday in commemoration as the day on which, as they believe, Adam was created.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
The dies infaustus, on which old seamen were desirous of not getting under weigh, as ill-omened.
A day of the week.
Friday is a popular night for people to socialize.Submitted by MaryC on March 16, 2020
Etymology and Origins
In the Scandinavian mythology this day of the week was set apart for the worship of Frigga, the wife of Odin.
British National Corpus
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Rank popularity for the word 'Friday' in Written Corpus Frequency: #577
The numerical value of Friday in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Friday in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Black Friday has definitely transitioned more into a digital affair in the past five years, the focal point is not that single day anymore. It's an event spread out over several days.
In this case now, we have very limited options and look, it's concerning that the secretary of state, 72 hours ago or a week ago, last Friday, said that the future's up to the people in Syria on what happens with Assad. In essence almost nodding to the idea that Assad was gonna get to stay in some capacity.
But given Friday’s nonfarm payrolls numbers, things are still really, really optimistic, and I think you’ll start to see that come through again as the week unfolds, conditions are right for equities to continue to push higher right across the globe.
>( CNN) The lights were on and tables set at Frog The Bull on Friday, as the restaurant in Austin, Texas, welcomed back customers to its dining areaIt was already an unforgettable day for owner David Fernandez, who for weeks had looked forward to reopening after the coronavirus stay-at-home order was lifted. But one customer's welcome back gift made the restaurant's return even more special for David Fernandez and his employees. A man and his family, who had visited the restaurant before, on Friday ordered a filet mignon, scallops, grilled steak and other items. The check came out to a hefty $ 337. But then the customer asked his server to double charge him. The server, 18-year-old Josh Pikoff, had never received such a request, so Josh Pikoff brought out David Fernandez to help. Read More david Fernandez said,' yes. ' But after the customer received his updated check with the double charge, he then added a $ 300 tip for Josh Pikoff and another $ 1,000.
We thought it would be nice for customers to be able to come on Wednesday and get the great Black Friday offerings without having to go through the more crowded atmosphere on Black Friday.
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