In old Germanic tribes, the day of the week was dedicated to the goddess Freya, which is why in English Friday called Friday.
In Catholic countries Friday – the sixth, not fifth day of the week.
“Friday” – the proper name of the character of the novel by Daniel Defoe’s “Robinson Crusoe”, the native and the novel’s heroine, “Friday, which kills” the science fiction of Heinlein – spy and trained killer.
In most places, where the adopted five-day week, Friday – the last working day before the weekend and is therefore seen as an occasion for celebration and relaxation – “Friday’s syndrome.”
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