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Where do the names of the days of the week come from? Учитель английского языка, МБОУ Лицей №1 им.Г.С. Титова, Аникушина Л.И. Краснознаменск 2016г. NAMES OF THE DAYS OF THE WEEK: ORIGINS
  • The term “day” came from the Old English term dæg,
  • which means day or lifetime. 
https://www.engvid.com/days-of-the-week-etymology/

In English,

we call the days of the week after Saxon gods, apart from

Saturday.

Sunday  - means the “sun’s day,” which came from the Latin term “dies solis.” Monday  -is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word, “monandæg,” which translates to the moon’s day, a day that is sacred to the moon goddess. Tuesday  -belongs to Tyr, a Norse god. However, for the Romans Tuesday was the day of their god of war, Mars and called the day “dies Martis.” Wednesday  - honors Odin or Wodan. For the Romans, it is the day for their god, Mercury and called Wednesday “dies Mercurii.” Thursday - is’ Thors day, and is called Torsdag in the Norse languages. The Romans called this day for Jupiter. Friday -salutes Frigg, the Norse goddess. It is the day of Venus according to the Romans and called the day as “dies veneris. Saturday -honors Saturn and is called “dies Saturni” by the ancient Romans. In Norse and Danish languages it is called Lørdag Дни недели в английских идиомах Blue Monday — тяжелый понедельник Bloody Monday — студ. первый день каникул, Black Monday — 1) школ. разг. первый день после каникул; Fat Monday — последний понедельник перед Великим постом Pancake/Shrove Tuesday — вторник на масленой неделе Black Friday — черная пятница, пятница, в которую происходят финансовые или иные неудачи Friday face — постное лицо, постная мина Good Friday — рел. Страстная, Великая пятница Egg-Saturday — суббота перед масленицей Информационные источники
  • https://www.daytranslations.com/blog/2013/01/whats-in-a-day-and-where-did-the-names-of-the-days-of-the-week-come-from-432
  • http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/index.htm
  • http://www.webenglishteacher.com/myth.html
  • http://www.english.illinois.edu/maps/poets/a_f/bogan/medusamyth.htm
  • http://www.experiencefestival.com/english_mythology
  • http://thingsonenglish.blogspot.nl/2010/09/week-days-names.html
  • http://engclub.pro/idiomy/dni-nedeli-v-anglijskix-idiomax.html
  • http://pikabu.ru/story/proiskhozhdenie_nazvaniy_dney_nedeli_v_angliyskom_yazyike_2818065