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Anglo-Saxon days
sunnandaeg, (Sunday)
monandaeg (Monday)
Tiwesdaeg (Tuesday)
Wodensdaeg (Wednesday)
Thursdaeg (Thursday)
Frigedaeg (Friday)
Saterndaeg (Saturday)

For some Old Scandinavians, the name for Saturday was Loverdag, "bath-night" or "washing-day" because the Danes were noted for their cleanliness, according to an old chronicler.

—From Clockwork Man by Lawrence Wright,
Elek Books Ltd.; London; 1968; page 43.
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