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LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From parīt (day after tomorrow) +‎ diena (day) (with parīt from pa- +‎ rīt (tomorrow)).

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NounEdit

parītdiena f (4th declension)

  1. the day after tomorrow
    esmu brīvs līdz parītdienaiI am free until the day after tomorrow
    biļetes parītdienas koncertamtickets for the concert the day after tomorrow
    sludinājums būs parītdienas laikrakstāthe announcement will be in the newspaper of the day after tomorrow
    “Vai es jūs varētu rīt satikt?” “Nē, rītdiena man jau aizņemta.” “Tad parīt?” Atbildēju, ka arī parītdiena man nav brīva“Can I meet you tomorrow?” “Ne, tomorrow is already taken.” “Day after tomorrow, then?” I answered that also the day after tomorrow I am not free

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Parītdiena is more frequently used than parīts.

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