Days of the Week in Europe: Insane

Can you name the words for the days of the week in these 33 European languages?
Spelling must be exact, accent marks are not required
Several transliteration schemes of Cyrillic and Greek are accepted
Inspired by www.jetpunk.com/quizzes/days-of-the-week-in-europe-quiz and www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/176134/days-of-the-week-in-europe-quiz-pro-version
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Last updated: January 20, 2019
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First submittedJune 18, 2016
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Day
English
Dutch
German
Danish
Swedish
Norwegian
Maltese
M
Monday
maandag
Montag
mandag
måndag
mandag/ måndag
it-Tnejn
T
Tuesday
dinsdag
Dienstag
tirsdag
tisdag
tirsdag/ tysdag
it-Tlieta
W
Wednesday
woensdag
Mittwoch
onsdag
onsdag
onsdag
l-Erbgħa
T
Thursday
donderdag
Donnerstag
torsdag
torsdag
torsdag
il-Ħamis
F
Friday
vrijdag
Freitag
fredag
fredag
fredag
il-Ġimgħa
S
Saturday
zaterdag
Samstag
lørdag
lördag
lørdag/ laurdag
is-Sibt
S
Sunday
zondag
Sonntag
søndag
söndag
søndag/ sundag
il-Ħadd
Day
Portuguese
Galician
Spanish
Catalan
French
Italian
Romanian
M
segunda- feira
luns
lunes
dilluns
lundi
lunedì
luni
T
terça-feira
martes
martes
dimarts
mardi
martedì
marţi
W
quarta-feira
mércores
miércoles
dimecres
mercredi
mercoledì
miercuri
T
quinta-feira
xoves
jueves
dijous
jeudi
giovedì
joi
F
sexta-feira
venres
viernes
divendres
vendredi
venerdì
vineri
S
sábado
sábado
sábado
dissabte
samedi
sabato
sâmbătă
S
domingo
domingo
domingo
diumenge
dimanche
domenica
duminică
Day
Latvian
Lithuanian
Polish
Czech
Slovak
Russian
Belarusian
M
pirmdiena
pirmadienis
poniedziałek
pondělí
pondelok
ponedel'nik
panjadzelak
T
otrdiena
antradienis
wtorek
úterý
utorok
vtornik
awtorak
W
trešdiena
trečiadienis
środa
středa
streda
sreda
serada
T
ceturtdiena
ketvirtadienis
czwartek
čtvrtek
štvrtok
četverg
čatsver
F
piektdiena
penktadienis
piątek
pátek
piatok
pjatnitsa
pjatnitsa
S
sestdiena
šeštadienis
sobota
sobota
sobota
subbota
subota
S
svētdiena
sekmadienis
niedziela
neděle
nedel'a
voskresen'je
njadzelja
Day
Ukrainian
Bulgarian
Serbo- Croatian
Slovene
Greek
Albanian
Irish
M
ponedilok
ponedelnik
Ponedjeljak
Ponedeljek
Deftéra
hënë
Dé Luain
T
vivtorok
vtornik
Utorak
Torek
Tríti
martë
Dé Máirt
W
sereda
srjada
Srijeda/ Sreda
Sreda
Tetárti
mërkurë
Dé Céadaoin
T
četver
četvărtăk
Četvrtak
Četrtek
Pémpti
enjte
Déardaoin
F
p'jatnitsja
petăk
Petak
Petek
Paraskeví
premte
Dé hAoine
S
subota
săbota
Subota
Sobota
Sávato
shtunë
Dé Sathairn
S
nedilja
nedelja
Nedjelja
Nedelja
Kyriakí
diel
Dé Domhnaigh
Day
Finnish
Estonian
Hungarian
Turkish
Tatar
 
 
M
maanantai
esmaspäev
hétfő
Pazartesi
düşämbe
 
 
T
tiistai
teisipäev
kedd
Salı
sişämbe
 
 
W
keskiviikko
kolmapäev
szerda
Çarşamba
çärşämbe
 
 
T
torstai
neljapäev
csütörtök
Perşembe
pänceşämbe
 
 
F
perjantai
reede
péntek
Cuma
comğa
 
 
S
lauantai
laupäev
szombat
Cumartesi
şimbä
 
 
S
sunnuntai
pühapäev
vasárnap
Pazar
yäkşämbe
 
 
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Level 76
Jun 18, 2016
Insane indee! Good work. Why not add English, too, just to make it more complete?
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Level 56
Jun 18, 2016
Thanks! I thought about adding English but I couldn't think of a suitable hint other than English words.
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Level 76
Jun 19, 2016
Numbers 1 to 7
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Level 56
Jun 19, 2016
That would create the question, does the week start on Monday or Sunday (or even Saturday according to some Islamic countries outside Europe). For example, the Portuguese words for Monday (segunda-feira) to Friday (sexta-feira) assume that the week starts on Sunday, even though in Portugal the week starts on Monday. The only way to avoid such confusion is to use the English words as hints.
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Level 76
Jun 19, 2016
just the first letter of the English word as a hint so the full word can be an answer
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Level 56
Jun 20, 2016
Hey, that's not a bad idea! I'll change the quiz in a day or two.
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Level 60
Jun 18, 2016
Thanks for the mention! Insane indeed
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Level 65
Jun 18, 2016
Wow! Epic!
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Level 68
Jun 18, 2016
Add English it would make this quiz even more epic, even though it is insane already!
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Level 74
Jun 21, 2016
Great quiz, but you need to accept some type-ins on the Ukrainian for Friday. I tried everything I could think of (p'yatnitsya, p'iatnitsia, p'yatnicya, etc.). The j is not a normal transliteration.

Also, if you would like to add Icelandic, the words (starting from Monday) are mánudagur, þridjudagur, miðvikudagur, fimmtudagur, föstudagur, laugardagur, sunnudagur. The letter thorn (Þþ) in Tuesday is the TH sound of think, and the letter edh (Ðð) in Wednesday is the TH sound of then. (Fun fact: the word for Saturday, laugardagur, means "laundry day", and the main street of Reykjavík, Laugavegur, means "laundry road" since it leads to a hot spring where women used to wash clothes.

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Level 56
Jun 21, 2016
P'yatnitsya should've already been accepted (as pyatnitsya, because Jetpunk doesn't care about apostrophes) but I had made a typo, sorry! I've also added pyatnicya as an accepted answer. On another note, I won't be adding any more languages, because 33 is already too many for most people.
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Level 56
Oct 10, 2016
All I knew was English, Italian and Romanian but a few German, Spanish and Ukrainian words.
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Level 65
Jan 16, 2019
The irish ones all seemed to have shifted a day. Is that correct?

And wow, I got 45, average is 63 that is high! didnt expect it so high. cause unlike with numbers there isnt much to guess here, either you know it or you dont)

got most of the germanic and french. And domingo (and two lucky hits lunes and luni)

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Level 65
Jan 16, 2019
I wanted to say it has only been taken 55 times, so maybe that skews things a bit (not the general public but mainly the language fanatics taking the quiz)

but weirdly there are only 20 different results... with 4.2% per instance, a few multiples of that, so if you see each 4.2 block as one test taker it looks like the test has been take 24 times... the odds are quite impossible for the other 25 times to land on the exact same amount of right answers than the first 20.

actually the 4.2% corresponds exactly with the test being taken 24 times...Then why does it say it has been taken 55 times....???

regardless. 3 out of those 24 testtaker had the following scores. 227,224 and 216. Besides seemingly being an impossible feat to score this high (without cheating) again, the chances that 3 out of 24 people are such geniuses in language arent quit realistic..

the next lowest is wayyy downto 100 which sounds like a very good but reasonable score.

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Level 65
Jan 16, 2019
I did the math ( yes I like numbers aswell as language ;) ) and if you leave those that got the unrealistic allmost 100%. The average will be 41 instead of 63 (I got 63.58 it gets rounded down I guess).

41 looks a lot more what you could expect for a quiz like this.

well I ll just leave this here ;) goodnight

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Level 56
Jan 20, 2019
The Irish ones are fixed now.

About the percentages, the stats page only shows the results since the last update to the quiz. Or at least it was like that a few years ago (when I still actively Jetpunked).