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11 Nov 2015 22:29

Did the author of weekday naming is the same person? Was it on purpose?

Edited by christine123 / 13 Nov 2015 16:13
15 Nov 2015 17:45

15 Nov 2015 17:46

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Did the author of weekday naming is the same person? Was it on purpose?

15 Nov 2015 17:48

15 Nov 2015 17:56
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8 Dec 2015 16:06

What about tomorrow...?

8 Dec 2015 19:08
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8 Dec 2015 19:17

Quote by christine123
Did the author of weekday naming is the same person? Was it on purpose?

Dont know

8 Dec 2015 20:43
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8 Dec 2015 20:51

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Did the author of weekday naming is the same person? Was it on purpose?

Dont know

Hehehe

8 Dec 2015 21:39

All these words have been taken from Greek language (In Greek period) indeed, week-days are the names of mythological gods or deities of the ancient Greek-period!

The term "day" demonstrates the regulations of the day and night, Sun Moon, Tue, Thru etc are the names of imaginary deities!

You can also hypothesize yourself, Sunday (day of sun) Monday (day of moon) Tuesday (day of Tvies) Thursday (day of thuhar) well, I don't know their alphabetical elucidations, but this is the actual explanation of the week-days which depends on the rotation of seven visible planets in the sky;

8 Dec 2015 21:44

I think, geologists, astronomers, or mythological historians can clarify their definitions or at atleast they will figure-out their actual classifications here, is there either of them?

8 Dec 2015 21:54
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