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Middle English sunnenday from Old English sunnandæg, day of the sun, from sunne, sun, + dæg, day, as a translation of [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] dies solis; declared the "venerable day of the sun" by Roman Emperor Constantine on March 7, AD 321
- enPR: sŭnʹdā, IPA: /ˈsʌndeɪ/, SAMPA: /"sVndeI/ or enPR: sŭnʹdē, IPA: /ˈsʌndi/, SAMPA: /"sVndi/
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- The seventh day of the week in Europe and in systems using the ISO 8601 standard, or the first day of the week in the USA, the Sabbath for most Christians; it follows Saturday and precedes Monday.
AdverbSunday (not comparable)
- on Sunday
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