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Saturday

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noun Sat·ur·day \ˈsa-tər-(ˌ)dā, -dē\

Simple Definition of Saturday

  • : the day of the week between Friday and Sunday

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of Saturday

  1. :  the seventh day of the week

Saturdays

play \-dēz, -(ˌ)dāz\ adverb

Examples of saturday in a sentence

  1. He will arrive next Saturday.

  2. His birthday falls on a Saturday this year.



Origin and Etymology of saturday

Middle English saterday, from Old English sæterndæg (akin to OldFrisian sāterdei), from Latin Saturnus Saturn + Old English dæg day


First Known Use: before 12th century

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