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Sino-Korean word from 木 (“tree, wood”) and 曜日 (“day of the week”), from Latin dies Jovis (“day of Jupiter”), through Indian astrology in the fifth century as Sanskrit bṝhaspativāra (bṝhaspati, “of the planet Jupiter”) into Buddhist astrology in the eighth century as 木曜日 (木, “wood”, the Buddhist element associated with the planet Jupiter).
목요일 (hangeul, mogyoil, hanja 木曜日)
- abbreviation: 목 (mok, “Thurs.”, 木)
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