As a noun day
is any period of 24 hours.
As a verb day
is (rare) to spend a day (in a place).
As a noun shabbat is
jewish shabbat, biblical seventh day.
Sabbath is a see also of witch.
As a noun witch is
a man who practises witchcraft or witch
can be an atlantic flatfish, glyptocephalus cynoglossus
; torbay sole or witch
can be a cone of paper which is placed in a vessel of lard or other fat and used as a taper.
As a verb witch is
(obsolete) to practise witchcraft or witch
can be to dowse for water.
Sabbatical is a related term of sabbath.
As a adjective sabbatical
is relating to the sabbath.
As a noun sabbatical
is an extended period of leave, often one year long, taken by an employee in order to carry out projects not otherwise associated with the employee's job during the sabbatical, the employer may pay some or all of the wages that would have been otherwise earned or some or all of the expenses incurred university lecturers, for example, may be granted a one-year paid sabbatical once every seven years.
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Sabbatic is a related term of sabbath.
As a adjective sabbatic
As a noun weekend is
the break in the working week, usually two days including the traditional holy or sabbath day thus in western countries, saturday and sunday occasionally abbreviated to w/e.
As a verb weekend is
to spend the weekend.
As a adjective weekend is
of, relating to or for the weekend.
As a noun week is
any period of seven consecutive days.