hebdomadary vs weekly what difference

what is difference between hebdomadary and weekly

English

Etymology

From Late Latin hebdomadārius, from hebdomas (week).

Adjective

hebdomadary (not comparable)

  1. (obsolete) hebdomadal

Noun

hebdomadary (plural hebdomadaries)

  1. A member of a Roman Catholic chapter or convent whose week it is to officiate in the choir and perform other services, which, on extraordinary occasions, are performed by the superiors.

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References

hebdomadary in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913.



English

Etymology

From Middle English wekely, weikly (adverb), equivalent to week +‎ -ly. Compare Dutch wekelijks (weekly), German wöchentlich (weekly), Danish ugentlig (weekly), Norwegian ukentlig (weekly), Icelandic vikulega (weekly), Swedish veckovis (weekly).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /wiːk.li/
  • Rhymes: -iːk.li
  • Homophone: weakly

Adverb

weekly (not comparable)

  1. Once every week.
  2. Every week.

Synonyms

  • hebdomadally

Derived terms

  • biweekly
  • semi-weekly
  • twice-weekly
  • twi-weekly

Translations

Adjective

weekly (not comparable)

  1. Of or relating to a week.
  2. Happening once a week, or every week.

Synonyms

  • hebdomadal

Translations

Noun

weekly (plural weeklies)

  1. A publication that is published once a week.

Descendants

  • Japanese: ウィークリー (wīkurī)

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