Thursday

noun Thurs·day \ ˈthərz-(ˌ)dā , -dē \

Definition of Thursday

: the fifth day of the week

Thursdays

play \ˈthərz-dēz, -(ˌ)dāz\ adverb

Examples of thursday in a Sentence

  1. He was late last Thursday.

  2. We went on Thursday and returned on Saturday.

Origin and Etymology of thursday

Middle English, from Old English thursdæg, from Old Norse thōrsdagr; akin to Old English thunresdæg Thursday, Old Norse Thōrr Thor, Old English thunor thunder — more at 1thunder


THURSDAY Defined for Kids

Thursday

noun Thurs·day \ ˈthərz-dā , -dē \

Definition of Thursday for Students

: the fifth day of the week


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