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Names of 7 Days of the Week in Dutch With English Meanings

I live in India, and I speak Hindi, Punjabi and English very well. I have also been learning some more languages.

This article will provide information about the names of all the 7 days of the week in Dutch language.

This article will provide information about the names of all the 7 days of the week in Dutch language.

The days of the week are very important in our lives. They arrange a schedule for different aspects our life.

In this article, we will discuss the names of different days of the week in the Dutch language. The Dutch names have been provided alongside their English meanings to help English readers learn them.

Names of the days of the week in Dutch and English

#Name of Day in EnglishName of Day in Dutch

1

Sunday

Zondag

2

Monday

Maandag

3

Tuesday

Dinsdag

4

Wednesday

Woensdag

5

Thursday

Donderdag

6

Friday

Vrijdag

7

Saturday

Zaterdag

1. Sunday

The Dutch name for Sunday is Zondag.

2. Monday

The Dutch noun for Monday is Maandag.

3. Tuesday

The meaning of the word Tuesday in the Dutch language is Dinsdag.

4. Wednesday

The name for Wednesday in the Dutch language is Woensdag.

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5. Thursday

The Dutch name for Thursday is Donderdag.

6. Friday

The Dutch meaning of the word Friday is Vrijdag.

7. Saturday

The name for Saturday in the Dutch language is Zaterdag.

Learn how to pronunciate the day's name in Dutch.

It's quiz time now!

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. What is the Dutch name for Monday?
    • Maandag
    • Dinsdag
  2. What would you call Sunday in the Dutch language?
    • Zondag
    • Woensdag
  3. The Dutch name for Thursday is Donderdag.
    • True
    • False
  4. Friday is called Vrijdag in Dutch.
    • True
    • False

Answer Key

  1. Maandag
  2. Zondag
  3. True
  4. True

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Comments

Sannyasi Raja from Durgapur, West Bengal, India on October 02, 2020:

Lovely.

Enjoyed this one.

Also learned something new.

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