Welsh edit

Etymology edit

dydd (day) +‎ Gwener (Venus), a calque of Latin diēs Veneris.

Pronunciation edit

  • (North Wales, standard) IPA(key): /ˌdɨːð ˈɡwɛnɛr/, /dɨ̞ðˈɡwɛnɛr/
    • (North Wales, colloquial) IPA(key): /dɨ̞ˈɡwɛnɛr/, /ˌdɨːð ˈɡwɛnar/, /dɨ̞ðˈɡwɛnar/, /dɨ̞ˈɡwɛnar/
  • (South Wales, standard) IPA(key): /ˌdiːð ˈɡweːnɛr/, /dɪðˈɡweːnɛr/, /ˌdiːð ˈɡwɛnɛr/, /dɪðˈɡwɛnɛr/

Proper noun edit

dydd Gwener m

  1. Friday
  2. Friday daytime
    Antonym: nos Wener

Derived terms edit

Mutation edit

Welsh mutation
radical soft nasal aspirate
dydd Gwener ddydd Gwener nydd Gwener unchanged
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

See also edit

Days of the week in Welsh · dyddiau'r wythnos (layout · text)
dydd Sul dydd Llun dydd Mawrth dydd Mercher dydd Iau dydd Gwener dydd Sadwrn