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day Wiktionary.
From Middle English day, from Old English dæ day, from Proto-West Germanic dag, from Proto-Germanic dagaz day, from Proto-Indo-European dog-o-s, from deg to burn. Cognate with Saterland Frisian Dai day, West Frisian dei day, Dutch dag day, German Low German Dag day, Alemannic German Däi day, German Tag day, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish dag day, Icelandic dagur day.
Day Wikipedia.
Other languages also have a separate word for a full day. Part of a date: the day of the year doy in ordinal dates, day of the month dom in calendar dates or day of the week dow in week dates.
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Day Definition of Day by Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster Logo.
6: the conflict or contention of the day played hard and won the day. 7: the time established by usage or law for work, school, or business starts his day with a cup of coffee after a long day at school We have a busy day tomorrow.
DAY meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
day by day. every day, or more and more as each day passes.: Day by day he became weaker. from day to day. If something changes from day to day, it changes often.: The symptoms of the disease change from day to day.

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