Monday


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Mon·day

 (mŭn′dē, -dā′)
n. Abbr. Mon. or M
The day of the week that comes after Sunday and before Tuesday. In many countries and according to international standards, Monday is considered the first day of the week.

[Middle English, from Old English Mōnandæg (translation of Latin lūnae diēs, day of the moon) : mōnan, genitive of mōna, moon; see moon + dæg, day; see day.]

Monday

(ˈmʌndɪ; -deɪ)
n
the second day of the week; first day of the working week
[Old English mōnandæg moon's day, translation of Late Latin lūnae diēs]

Mon•day

(ˈmʌn deɪ, -di)

n.
the second day of the week, following Sunday.
[before 1000; Middle English Mone(n)day, Old English mōn(an)dæg, translation of Late Latin lūnae diēs literally, day of the moon]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.monday - the second day of the weekMonday - the second day of the week; the first working day
weekday - any day except Sunday (and sometimes except Saturday)
Whitmonday, Whitsun Monday - the day after Whitsunday; a legal holiday in England and Wales and Ireland
Translations
الْإِثْنَيـنُيَوْم الإثْنَيْن
понеделник
pondělí
mandag
lundo
esmaspäev
maanantai
ponedjeljak
hétfő
mánudagur
月曜日
월요일
dies Lunae
pirmadienis
pirmdiena
luni
pondelok
ponedeljek
måndag
วันจันทร์
понеділок
thứ hai

Monday

[ˈmʌndɪ] Nlunes m inv
see Tuesday for usage

Monday

[ˈmʌndeɪ ˈmʌndi]
nlundi m
see also Tuesday
on Monday → lundi
on Mondays → le lundi
every Monday → tous les lundis
last Monday → lundi dernier
next Monday → lundi prochain
Monday morning → lundi matin
Monday afternoon → lundi après-midi
Monday evening → lundi soir

Monday

nMontag m ? also Tuesday

Monday

[ˈmʌndɪ] nlunedì m inv
for usage see Tuesday

Monday

(ˈmandi) noun
the second day of the week, the day following Sunday.

monday

الْإِثْنَيـنُ pondělí mandag Montag Δευτέρα lunes maanantai lundi ponedjeljak lunedì 月曜日 월요일 maandag mandag poniedziałek segunda-feira понедельник måndag วันจันทร์ Pazartesi thứ Hai 星期一
References in classic literature ?
Monday morning, Joe groaned over the first truck load of clothes to the washer.
You will please, Mr Pancks, to squeeze the Yard again, the first thing on Monday morning.
'Nicholson,' said he, 'I want you to lend me a pound or two till Monday.'
"On Monday evening last, did you purchase strychnine for the purpose of poisoning a dog?"
For instance, I don't mind 'Nancy' for a name half as much since she told me I could be glad 'twa'n't 'Hephzibah.' An' there's Monday mornin's, too, that I used ter hate so.
Young Harry Paine, who was to marry his employer's daughter on Monday, had come to the tent with a crowd of friends and danced all evening.
Having no desire to leave me too abruptly, she would remain the next day (which was Sunday); and would take her departure on Monday morning.
Start on Monday. I suppose you've got no cause of complaint with that."
Then all of a sudden, on Easter Monday, a warm wind sprang up, storm clouds swooped down, and for three days and three nights the warm, driving rain fell in streams.
I must be at Woodston on Monday to attend the parish meeting, and shall probably be obliged to stay two or three days."
"I shall be over to look that affair up on Monday." Daylight repeated the sentence from the letter aloud.
Tom cursed himself for making that stupid blunder, and tried to rectify it by saying he remember now that it WAS at noon Monday that the man gave him the bill.