Whitmonday

noun
Whit·​mon·​day | \ ˈhwit-ˌmən-dē How to pronounce Whitmonday (audio) , ˈwit-, -ˈmən-\

Definition of Whitmonday

: the day after Whitsunday observed as a legal holiday in England, Wales, and Ireland

First Known Use of Whitmonday

1557, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Whitmonday

Whitsunday + Monday

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