Teutonic and Roman Days

 

Sunday Sunnandæg Sunna’ Day – named after the Teutonic goddess of the sun.  Dies Solis Sol’s Day – named after the Roman god of the sun.
Monday Mónandæg Móna’s Day – named after the Teutonic god of the moon. Dies Lunae Luna’s Day – named after the Roman god of the moon.
Tuesday Tiwesdæg Tiw’s Day – named after the Teutonic god of war and Thing Dies Martis Mar’s Day – named after the Roman god of war.
Wednesday Wódnesdæg Wóden’s Day – named after the Teutonic god of trade, poetry, runes, traveling between worlds, and the souls of those slain in battle. Dies Mecurii Mercury’s Day – named after the Roman god of commerce, oration, writing, traveling between worlds, and psychopomp.
Thursday Þúnresdæg Þúner’s Day – named after the Teutonic god of thunder. Dies Iovis Jove (Jupiter)’s Day – named after the Roman god of thunder.
Friday Fríʒedæg Fríʒe’s Day – named after the Teutonic goddess of magic, love, and fertility Dies Veneris Venus’ Day – named after the Roman goddess of love.
Saturday Sæturnesdæg Saturn’s Day – Of all the day names in the Teutonic week, Sæturnesdæg, is the only to retain its original Roman name. Dies Saturni Saturn’s Day – named after the Roman god of the harvest.

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