Icelandic
föstudagur
Finnish
perjantai
Faroese
fríggjadagur
Norwegian
(nynorsk)

fredag
Swedish
fredag
Norwegian
(bokmål)

fredag
Estonian
reede
Scottish Gaelic
Dihaoine
Livonian
brēḑig
Latvian
piektdiena
Latgalian
pīktdīne
Lithuanian
penktãdienis
Danish
fredag
Manx
Jeheiney
Belarusian
пятніца
piatnica
Kashubian
piątk
Irish
Aoine +, an Aoine
West Frisian
freed
Welsh
dydd Gwener
English
Friday
Polish
piątek
Cornish
dy’Gwener
Dutch
vrijdag
Lower Sorbian
pětk
Upper Sorbian
pjatk
Breton
Gwener +, digwener
Russian
пятница
(pjatnica)
German
Freitag
Ukrainian
п’ятниця
(pjatnycia)
Luxembourgish
Freideg
Czech
pátek
Slovak
piatok
French
vendredi
Crimean Tatar
cuma
Hungarian
péntek
Romansh
venderdi
Romanian
vineri
Slovene
petek
Friulian
vinars
Croatian
petak
Serbian
петак
petak
Galician
venres
Basque
ostiral
Catalan
divendres
Italian
venerdì
Bulgarian
петък
(petăk)
Macedonian
петок
(petok)
Corsican
vennari
Albanian
e premte
Turkish
cuma
Spanish
viernes
Portuguese
sexta-feira
Sardinian
chenàbura
Occitan
divendres
Greek
Παρασκευή
Tamazight
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Arabic
الجمعة
Maltese
il-Ġimgħa
Vilamovian
fretaog
Northern Sami
bearjadat
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Celtic

Scottish G.Dihaoine
IrishAoine +, an Aoine
ManxJeheiney
Welshdydd Gwener
Cornishdy’Gwener
BretonGwener +, digwener

Romance

Portuguesesexta-feira
Galicianvenres
Spanishviernes
Catalandivendres
Occitandivendres
Frenchvendredi
Corsicanvennari
Sardinianchenàbura
Italianvenerdì
Friulianvinars
Romanshvenderdi
Romanianvineri

Germanic

Icelandicföstudagur
Faroesefríggjadagur
Swedishfredag
Norwegian nyn.fredag
Norwegian bok.fredag
Danishfredag
GermanFreitag
LuxembourgishFreideg
Vilamovianfretaog
Dutchvrijdag
West Frisianfreed
EnglishFriday

Slavic

Russianпятница (pjatnica)
Ukrainianп’ятниця (pjatnycia)
Belarusianпятніца / piatnica
Polishpiątek
Kashubianpiątk
Lo. Sorbianpětk
Up. Sorbianpjatk
Czechpátek
Slovakpiatok
Slovenepetek
Croatianpetak
Serbianпетак / petak
Macedonianпеток (petok)
Bulgarianпетък (petăk)

Baltic

Lithuanianpenktãdienis
Latgalianpīktdīne
Latvianpiektdiena

Finno-Ugric

Livonianbrēḑig
Estonianreede
Finnishperjantai
Northern Samibearjadat
Hungarianpéntek

Turkic

Crimeancuma
Turkishcuma

other

Basqueostiral
Albaniane premte
GreekΠαρασκευή
Malteseil-Ġimgħa


Words

A

abacus
accident
acorn
agreement
airplane
airport
alley
almond
amber
animal
ant
apple
April
armchair
arrow
ashtray
ask (to)
asparagus
August
autumn
axe, hatchet

B

backpack
bag
balance
bald
ball
bandage
ban
bark (to)
bark
barrel
bathroom
bat
bay
be afraid (to)
be silent (to)
be (to)
beach
beads
beak
bean
beard
bear
bed
bee
beer
beetroot
bell
belt
bench
bicycle
binoculars
bite (to)
black
blood
blow (to)
blueberry
blue
boar
boat
boil (to)
bone
book
bottle
bow tie
brain
branch
bra
bread
break (to)
bridge
brother
brown
brush
build (to)
builder, constructor
building
bulb
burn (to)
butterfly
buttock
button
buy

C

cabbage
café
calendar
campfire
candle
candy
can
cap
carpet
carrot
carry (to)
car
cartridge
castle
catch (to)
cat
cauliflower
cave
century
cereal
chain
chandelier
cheat (to)
cheese
cherry
chest
chestnut
chick
chimney
chives
Christmas
church
cigarette
cinnamon
city
clap (to)
classroom
claw
clean, to tidy (to)
climb (to)
clock
clothes
cloud
clover
coal
cock, rooster
coffee
collar
comb (to)
computer
cone
cook (to)
cookie
corn, maize
corner
cornflower
cotton
cow
cranberry
crane
cross
crossroads
crown cap
crown
cry (to)
cucumber
customs
cut hair (to)
cut (to)
cutlery

D

daisy
dance (to)
dandelion
danger
daughter
day
December
deer
demolish (to)
dentist
departure
desert
devil
dig (to)
dinner
dirty
diver
doctor
dog
doll
door handle
door
doughnut
drawing
dress
drill
drink (to)
driver
drop
drown
drum
dry (to)
dry
duck

E

eagle
Earth
ear
Easter
east
eat (to)
egg
eggplant, aubergine
eight
elbow
elephant
ember
envelope
error, mistake
exercise (to)
exhibition
exit
explosion
extinguish (to)
extinguisher
eyebrow
eyelid
eye

F

face
fall (to)
family
fang
fan
fast
father, dad
fear
feather
February
feed (to)
fence
fern
fight (to)
finger
fireman
fire
fireworks
fish (to)
fish
fist
five
flag
flipper, fin
floor
flowerpot
fly (to)
fly
fog
foot
forehead
forget (to)
fork
fossil
four
fox
fragrant
frame
Friday
frog
fruit
fuel
full moon
fur

G

game
garlic
gas grips, monkey wrench
gas
gate
gear wheel
give (to)
glacier
glasses
glove
glue (to)
go (to)
gold
gooseberry
grape
grasshopper
grass
gravel
graveyard, cemetery
greenhouse
green
grey
grimace
grow (to)

H

hair
hammer
hamster
handcuffs
hands
hang (to)
hanger
hat
have (to)
headphones
headscarf
heart
hedgehog
heel
helm
help (to)
hide (to)
hinge
hoarfrost
hold (to)
hole punch
hole
honey
hood
hop
horse
horseshoe
house
hug (to)
human
hunter

I

ice
icicle
infant
iron
island

J

jam
January
jigsaw puzzle
journalist
July
jump (to)
June

K

kettle
keyboard
key
kiss (to)
kitchen
kite
knee
kneel (to)
knot

L

ladder
ladybird, ladybug
lake
laugh (to)
leaf
learn (to)
legs
lemon
letterbox
lettuce
library
lick (to)
lie (tell untruth) (to)
lie (to)
light, to set fire (to)
lighter
lightning
lilac
lily of the valley
lion
listen (to)
loudspeaker
love

M

map
March
matches
May
meat
medicine
milk
miner
mirror
mix, to stir (to)
moisture
mole
Monday
money
monkey
month
mosquito
moss
mother, mom
mountain
moustache
mouth
mud
muscles
mushroom
musician

N

nail (fastener)
nappy
navel, belly button
necklace
neck
nest
nettle
newsstand
night
north
nose
notebook
nothing
November
number
nut

O

oarsman
October
octopus
one
onion
orange
orange
ostrich
oxygen

P

padlock
pain
paint (to)
paintbrush
paint
palace
pan
paperclip
paper
parachute
parrot
parsley
pasta
pay (to)
peach
peacock
pear
peelings
pencil
percent
phenomenon
pigeon
pillow
pinch (to)
pine
pink
plant
plate
play chess (to)
play piano (to)
pliers
plug
plum
pocket
pocketknife
poisonous
postcard
postwoman
potato
potty
pour (to)
pregnancy
price
printer
prisoner
prison
propeller
puddle
pull (to)
pumpkin
pump
pupil
purple
push (to)

Q

quarrel
question
queue
quotation marks

R

radish
railway
rainbow
rain
raisins
raspberry
rat
read (to)
redcurrant
red
refuse (to)
rescuer
researcher
rest
ride a bicycle (to)
ride a horse (to)
ring
river
road
roe deer
roof
root
rope
rose
rowan
rubbish bin, garbage can
ruin
run (to)
running track
runny nose

S

sad
sail
salt (to)
salt
sand
sandwich
satellite
Saturday
sausage
saw
scales
scissors
scream (to)
screwdriver
screw
sculpture
sea
seedling
September
seven
sew (to)
shadow
shave (to)
shell
shine (to)
shirt
shoes
shoot (to)
shop
shower
shrimp
signature
silver
sing (to)
singer
sister
sit (to)
six
skateboard
ski (to)
skirt
skis
skull
sky
skyscraper
sleep (to)
smell (to)
smile
smoke (to)
smoke
snail
snake
snow
soap bubble
soap
socket
socks
sofa, couch
soldier
son
soup
source, spring
south
spark
sparrow
speak (to)
spices
spider
spirit level
spit (to)
sponge
spoon
spring
squeeze (to)
squirrel
stained
stairs
stand (to)
stapler
star
steal (to)
step on, to trample (to)
stockings
stone
stool
stop (to)
stopper
stop
stork
stove
strawberry
strongman
suck (to)
sugar
suitcase
Sunday
sunflower
sun
swan
sweater
sweat
sweep (to)
sweet cherry
sweeten (to)
swim (to)
swing
switch
syringe

T

table
tail
take a photo (to)
tank
tap
target
teach (to)
tea
team
teeth
tent
thermometer
thief
thing
think (to)
thought
thread
threaten (to)
three
throat
throw (to)
Thursday
tie (to)
toast
together
tomato
tongue
tools
touch
towel
tower
toy
trace
train
tramp
trap
travel (to)
triangle
trousers
Tuesday
turtle
twins
two
tyre

U

umbrella
underpants

V

vacuum cleaner
vault
vegetables
vinegar
violin
voice
vomit (to)

W

wait (to)
wake up (to)
walk
wallet
wall
wash dishes (to)
wash hands (to)
washing machine
watch (to)
water (to)
waterfall
watermelon
water
wave
weapon
wedding
Wednesday
week
well
west
wheelbarrow
wheel
white
willow
win (to)
windmill
window
wind
wing
winter
wipe (to)
wire
wolf
wood, forest
wood, timber
wool
word
work
world
worm
wound
write (to)

Y

year
yellow
yolk

Z

zipper

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