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Well it’s that day again. Moonday. Just as Sunday before it is named for the Sun, Monday is named for the Moon. In fact, all of the days of the week were named after celestial bodies. In English, most of days of the week have been named for Norse mythological figures, like Tiw’s day, Tuesday, and Thor’s day, Thursday. However, the original names of the days of the week are derived from the planetary bodies. Monday named for the Moon. Tuesday or ‘dies Martis’ in Latin, day of Mars. Wednesday, ‘dies Mercurii’, day of Mercury. Thursday, ‘dies Jovis’, day of Jupiter. Friday, ‘dies Veneris’, day of Venus. Saturday, ‘dies Saturnī’, day of Saturn, and finally, Sunday, ‘dies Sōlis’, day of the Sun. This is more evident in the Romance languages, such as the French ‘Mercredi’, Wednesday, and the Spanish ‘Jueves’, Thursday.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Week-day_names

Well it’s that day again. Moonday. Just as Sunday before it is named for the Sun, Monday is named for the Moon. In fact, all of the days of the week were named after celestial bodies. In English, most of days of the week have been named for Norse mythological figures, like Tiw’s day, Tuesday, and Thor’s day, Thursday. However, the original names of the days of the week are derived from the planetary bodies. Monday named for the Moon. Tuesday or ‘dies Martis’ in Latin, day of Mars. Wednesday, ‘dies Mercurii’, day of Mercury. Thursday, ‘dies Jovis’, day of Jupiter. Friday, ‘dies Veneris’, day of Venus. Saturday, ‘dies Saturnī’, day of Saturn, and finally, Sunday, ‘dies Sōlis’, day of the Sun. This is more evident in the Romance languages, such as the French ‘Mercredi’, Wednesday, and the Spanish ‘Jueves’, Thursday.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Week-day_names