e martë [tjuuzdi] (Tuesday)
e mërkurë [wenzdi] (Wednesday)
e enjte [thëërzdi] (Thursday)
e premte [frajdi] (Friday)
e shtunë [sŠtërdi] (Saturday)
e dielë (djelë) [sandi] (Sunday)
Hënë, or Hanë(e) is vernacular for “moon.”
Martë and Mërkure refer to Mars and Mercury, respectively.
Enjte is thought to have come from a local deity identified with Zeus.
Premte may mean "evening". If so, it may either mean: (1) "eve" or "vigil" and is equivalent to the church term "preparation" or (2) it is another name for "Venus", "Hesperus", or "evening star".
Since the other names are not church terms, #2 is most likely the meaning (according to F.H. Colson).
Dielë, or Dielli, is believed to be the vernacular for "sun".