Sunday is the day of the week between Saturday and Monday, which Christians believe is a day of rest and worship.
The day on the weekend that is when you go to church and is the day before you have to go back to work on Monday is an example of Sunday.
the first day of the week: it is observed by most Christian denominations as the Sabbath
Origin of SundayMiddle English ; from Old English sunnandæg, literally , sun day, akin to Old Norse sunnudagr, German Sonntag ; from 3d-c. translated, translation of Late Latin dies solis, day of the sun, translated, translation of Late Greek h?mera h?lion
- of, having to do with, or characteristic of Sunday
- done, worn, performing, etc. usually or only on Sunday: Sunday suit, Sunday golfer
(born William Ashley Sunday) 1862-1935; U.S. Christian evangelist
nounAbbr. Sun. or S
The day of the week that comes after Saturday and before Monday. It is considered the first day of the week in Judeo-Christian tradition. Sunday is observed as the Sabbath in most branches of Christianity.
Origin of SundayMiddle English sonnedai, sondai, from Old English sunnandæg; see sawel- in Indo-European roots.