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weekend (n.)

also week-end, 1630s, from week + end (n.). Originally a northern word (referring to the period from Saturday noon to Monday morning); it became general after 1878. As an adjective, "only on weekends," it is recorded from 1935. Long weekend attested from 1900; in reference to Great Britain in the period between the world wars, 1944.

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Definitions of weekend
1
weekend (v.)
spend the weekend;
2
weekend (n.)
a time period usually extending from Friday night through Sunday; more loosely defined as any period of successive days including one and only one Sunday;
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