Monday vs Year - What's the difference?

monday | year |


As nouns the difference between monday and year

is that monday is the first day of the week in systems using the norm and second day of the week in many religious traditions it follows sunday and precedes tuesday while year is the time it takes the earth to complete one revolution of the sun (between 36524 and 36526 days depending on the point of reference).

As an adverb monday

is on monday.

monday

English

(Week-day names)

Noun

(en noun)
  • The first day of the week in systems using the norm and second day of the week in many religious traditions. It follows Sunday and precedes Tuesday.
  • *
  • Mr. Whymper, a solicitor living in Willingdon, would visit the farm every Monday morning to receive his instructions.
  • * Solomon Grundy,
    Born on a Monday ,
    Christened on Tuesday,
    Married on Wednesday
    ill on Thursday,
    worse on Friday,
    Died on Saturday,
    Buried on Sunday.
    Such was the life
    Of Solomon Grundy.
  • Derived terms

    * Ash Monday * Black Monday * Bloody Monday * blue Monday * Clean Monday * Collop Monday * Cyber Monday * Ducking Monday * Easter Monday * Fat Monday * Gang-Monday * Green Monday * Handsel Monday * Hock Monday * Holy Monday * Meal Monday * Mon, * Monday Club * Monday disease * * Monday effect * Monday fever * Monday hammer * Mondayish * Mondayitis * Mondayise, Mondayize * Mondayman * Monday-morning * Monday pops * Mondays * Pentecost Monday * Plough-Monday, Plow-Monday * Pure Monday * Rope Monday * Saint Monday * Saturday-to-Monday * Selection Monday * Shrove Monday * Trinity Monday * Wet Monday * Whit Monday, Whit-Monday * Whitsun Monday

    Adverb

    (-)
  • on Monday
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    year

    English

    Alternative forms

    * (obsolete) * (obsolete)

    Noun

    (wikipedia year) (en noun)
  • The time it takes the Earth to complete one revolution of the Sun (between 365.24 and 365.26 days depending on the point of reference).
  • (by extension) The time it takes for any planetary body to make one revolution around another body.
  • A period between set dates that mark a year, from January 1 to December 31 by the Gregorian calendar.
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  • A scheduled part of a calendar year spent in a specific activity.
  • (sciences) A Julian year, exactly 365.25 days, represented by "a".
  • A level or grade in school or college.
  • The proportion of a creature's lifespan equivalent to one year of an average human lifespan (see also dog year).
  • Synonyms

    * (one revolution of the Sun by the Earth) twelvemonth * (time to make one revolution by any body) anomalistic year, Gaussian year, sidereal year, tropical year * (period between set dates) calendar year, civil year, legal year * (specific uses) fiscal year, liturgical year, school year

    Derived terms

    * calendar year * civil year * dog year * donkey's years * fiscal year * gap year * golden years * in the year of our Lord * in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ * last year * leap year * legal year * liturgical year * on in years * school year * sidereal year * sunset years * the year dot * twilight years * yearbook * year by year * year-end * year-long * year of our Lord * year of our Lord Jesus Christ * -year-old * year-round * yearhundred * yearling * yearly * yesteryear

    See also

    * day * week * month

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