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Old 10-05-2018, 05:16 AM   #6511 (permalink)
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That's how every Fridag is for me. MB is deserted when it's Friday evening/night where I am. If I'm not going places on a Friday (not usually anyway), so I'm just forever alone on a semi-deserted MB instead, listening to some good tunes.

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Old 10-05-2018, 06:41 AM   #6512 (permalink)
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Old 10-05-2018, 11:09 AM   #6513 (permalink)
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That's how every Fridag is for me.
The original Viking spelling?
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Old 10-05-2018, 11:44 AM   #6514 (permalink)
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The original Viking spelling?
I somehow typed a hybrid abomination.

English = Friday
Danish = Fredag

Fredag means Freja's day. Fre as in short for Freja, which is this norse goddess:


https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freja

Friday is not far from that, but some of the other days must mean something else in English. Wednesday, for example. "Wednes"? What the hell does that mean? In Danish, that day is "Onsdag", which is short for "Odin's day".
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Old 10-05-2018, 11:53 AM   #6515 (permalink)
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I somehow typed a hybrid abomination.

English = Friday
Danish = Fredag

Fredag means Freja's day. Fre as in short for Freja, which is this norse goddess:


https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freja

Friday is not far from that, but some of the other days must mean something else in English. Wednesday, for example. "Wednes"? What the hell does that mean? In Danish, that day is "Onsdag", which is short for "Odin's day".
I guess in old english Odin was known as Wodan and in German it was Wodanaz.
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Old 10-05-2018, 11:54 AM   #6516 (permalink)
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I guess in old english Odin was known as Wodan and in German it was Wodanaz.
Oh that's interesting. I always assumed most of the English day names meant something completely different.

EDIT: I just checked Saturday out of curiousity, and that one is completely different between Danish and English.

English = Comes from the roman/latin name "Diēs Sātūrnī" which means "Saturn's day"
Danish = A corruption of the ancient nordic spelling "laugardagr" which meant "washing day". So I guess I'm supposed to do my laundry tomorrow.
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Oh that's interesting. I always assumed most of the English day meant something completely different.
I always hoped it came from a love of goth girls.
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Old 10-05-2018, 12:01 PM   #6518 (permalink)
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^Is it just me or was that line a bit Neapolitan-esque?
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Oh that's interesting. I always assumed most of the English day names meant something completely different.

EDIT: I just checked Saturday out of curiousity, and that one is completely different between Danish and English.

English = Comes from the roman/latin name "Diēs Sātūrnī" which means "Saturn's day"
Danish = A corruption of the ancient nordic spelling "laugardagr" which meant "washing day". So I guess I'm supposed to do my laundry tomorrow.
We also got Tuesday from Tiw or Tyr, Thursday from Thor, and Friday from Frig (who is often conflated with Freya). No idea why this is.
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