Alemannic German edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From Middle High German vrītac, from Old High German frīatag, from Proto-West Germanic *Frījā dag (literally Day of Frigg), a calque of Latin dīes Veneris (Friday, literally day of Venus).

Cognate with German Freitag, Dutch vrijdag, West Frisian freed, English Friday.

Noun edit

frittag m

  1. (Gressoney, Formazza) Friday

See also edit

See also: Carcoforo, Gressoney, Issime, Rimella and Campello Monti

References edit