Mittwoch

GermanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German mittewoche, from Old High German mittawehha (literally middle of the week), calqued on Ecclesiastical Latin media hebdomas (compare Dalmatian misedma, Old Italian mezzedima), which replaced an earlier wōtanstag, *wuotanestag (Wuotan’s day). Compare Low German Middeweek, English midweek.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈmɪtvɔx/, [ˈmɪtʰvɔχ]
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NounEdit

Mittwoch m (genitive Mittwochs or Mittwoches, plural Mittwoche)

  1. Wednesday

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HunsrikEdit

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Mittwoch m

  1. Wednesday

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Pennsylvania GermanEdit

 
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NounEdit

Mittwoch m (plural Mittwoche)

  1. Wednesday

ReferencesEdit

  • Earl C. Haag, Pennsylvania German Reader and Grammar (2010, →ISBN)