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Tues·day / ˈt(y)oōzˌdā/ • n. the day of the week before Wednesday and following Monday: come to dinner on Tuesday the following Tuesday| [as adj.] Tuesday afternoons. • adv. on Tuesday: they're all leaving Tuesday. ∎  (Tuesdays) on Tuesdays; each Tuesday: she works late Tuesdays.

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Tuesday

Tuesday the day of the week before Wednesday and following Monday. In Old English the form of the word was Tīwesdæg named after the Germanic god Tīw (associated with Mars); translation of Latin dies Marti ‘day of Mars’.

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Tuesday

Tuesday OE. Tiwesdæġ = OHG. zīestag, ON. tý(r)sdagr; f. g. of Tīw ( = OHG. Zīo, ON. Týr), name of a Gmc. god identified with Mars:- Gmc. *Tīwaz, cogn. with L. deus.

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Tuesday

Tuesday: see week.

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TuesdayAllende, duende •Wednesday •heyday, mayday, payday •bidet • weekday • Halliday • holiday •Friday • Hobday • washday • Corday •magna cum laude, summa cum laude •Daudet, démodé •noonday • Tuesday •Domesday, doomsday •Yaoundé • someday •Monday, sundae, Sunday •Muscadet • workaday • faraday •Saturday • yesterday • workday •birthday • Thursday

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