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{{#switch:{{{2}}}
 
{{#switch:{{{2}}}
|short = Shortened name of the weekday {{{1}}} in most calendars. You can decide how to translate the short forms: usually a short size (usually 2–4 characters) which all weekday names can be abbreviated to. If there is absolutely no grammatical abbreviation for names in your language, you can keep the long name.
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|short = Shortened name of a day in the week in most calendars. You can decide how to translate the short forms: usually a short size (usually 2–4 characters) which all weekday names can be abbreviated to. If there is absolutely no grammatical abbreviation for names in your language, you can keep the long name.
   
 
One of the set: {{msg-mw|Mon}}, {{msg-mw|Tue}}, {{msg-mw|Wed}}, {{msg-mw|Fri}}, {{msg-mw|Sat}}, {{msg-mw|Sun}}.
 
One of the set: {{msg-mw|Mon}}, {{msg-mw|Tue}}, {{msg-mw|Wed}}, {{msg-mw|Fri}}, {{msg-mw|Sat}}, {{msg-mw|Sun}}.
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See also:
 
See also:
 
* Long names: {{msg-mw|Monday}}, {{msg-mw|Tuesday}}, {{msg-mw|Wednesday}}, {{msg-mw|Friday}}, {{msg-mw|Saturday}}, {{msg-mw|Sunday}}.
 
* Long names: {{msg-mw|Monday}}, {{msg-mw|Tuesday}}, {{msg-mw|Wednesday}}, {{msg-mw|Friday}}, {{msg-mw|Saturday}}, {{msg-mw|Sunday}}.
|#default = Name of the weeday {{{1}}} in in most calendars. Used in dates and other timestamps.
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|#default = Name of a day in the week in most calendars. Used in dates and other timestamps.
   
 
One of the set: {{msg-mw|Monday}}, {{msg-mw|Tuesday}}, {{msg-mw|Wednesday}}, {{msg-mw|Friday}}, {{msg-mw|Saturday}}, {{msg-mw|Sunday}}.
 
One of the set: {{msg-mw|Monday}}, {{msg-mw|Tuesday}}, {{msg-mw|Wednesday}}, {{msg-mw|Friday}}, {{msg-mw|Saturday}}, {{msg-mw|Sunday}}.

Revision as of 20:55, 5 July 2019

Name of a day in the week in most calendars. Used in dates and other timestamps.

One of the set: Monday ("Monday"), Tuesday ("Tuesday"), Wednesday ("Wednesday"), Friday ("Friday"), Saturday ("Saturday"), Sunday ("Sunday").

See also: