Calendar, Russian

(Month and Day Names)

Russian Calendar

Months

janvár’
(January)
fevrál’
(February)
mart
(March)
aprél’
(April)
maj
(May)
ijún’
(June)
ijúl’
(July)
ávgust
(August)
sentjábr’
(September)
oktjábr’
(October)
nojábr’
(November)
dekábr’
(December)

Days of the Week

ponedél’nik
(Monday)
vtórnik
(Tuesday)
sredá
(Wednesday)
cetvérg
(Thursday)
pjátnica
(Friday)
subbóta
(Saturday)
voskresén’e
(Sunday)


Translations of the Russian day names

Ponedél’nik, since the element po means, “after”, this day is expressed as the “day after the non-working day” or voskresén’e (resurrection day).

Vtórnik means, the “second working day after the non-working day” of the week.

Sredá means, the “middle of the week.”

Cetvérg means, the “fourth working day after the non-working” day.

Pjátnica means, the “fifth working day after the non-working” day.

Subbóta means, the “Sabbath” day.

Voskresén’e means, “resurrection” day or “non working” day.


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