mostly void, partially stars
Thursday:
The contemporary name comes from the Old English Þunresdæg, “Thunor’s Day” (with loss of -n-, first in northern dialects, from influence of Old Norse Þorsdagr, meaning “Thor’s Day”). Thunor and Thor are derived from the Proto-Germanic god Thunaraz, god of thunder.

Thursday:

The contemporary name comes from the Old English Þunresdæg, “Thunor’s Day” (with loss of -n-, first in northern dialects, from influence of Old Norse Þorsdagr, meaning “Thor’s Day”). Thunor and Thor are derived from the Proto-Germanic god Thunaraz, god of thunder.

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tagged: thor thunor god viking mythology norse thursday
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