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Correct spelling: day

Common misspellings for day:

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What does the abbreviation day mean?

DAY abbreviation definitions:
–  Dollar and Yen
–  Dayal Antyodaya Yojana

Day \day\

Day as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Day), is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Day is "day". Possibly use of the word as a name, or originally a surname.
da, Dai, tay, daw, da, Dai, Daya.

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Quotes for day:

  1. Now, you tell me, if I have a day off during the baseball season, where do you think I'll spend it? The ballpark. I still love it. Always have, always will.
  2. Once your kids get older and get out of the house, it's not like it stops. They're on the phone with me every day; I'm intimately involved in their problems.
  3. We were at Pye Studios for half an hour so we set the gear up and we did two tracks. A month later we found out it was selling thirty thousand copies a day.
  4. Obviously one of the things that poets from Northern Ireland and beyond- had to try to make sense of was what was happening on a day -to -day political level.
  5. It was a terrible day for baseball, it was a worse day for Congress.

Rhymes for day:

  1. gway, ney, prey, fe, hay, shea, nej, brey, jaye, grey, play, ae, weigh, fey, lei, wy, stay, wei, dray, whey, haye, graye, tae, yea, re, saye, kay, cray, j, drey, ay, jay, klay, mae, slay, fray, ley, pei, yay, neigh, way, che, trey, sta, faye, blay, may, pay, ca, lay, dey, bey, clay, quay, sze, tray, fay, rey, nay, bay, brae, sleigh, hwe, hey, quai, de, gray, sway, vey, daye, k, pray, kaye, bray, khe, wey, raye, dae, wray, shay, maye, flay, paye, rae, waye, mey, spray, mei, frey, gaye, ray, they, se, lait, jae, say, tay, ne, cay, stray;
  2. moray, dossier, parquet, prepay, essay, abbe, filet, beret, halfway, cache, sorbet, repay, puree, oj, valet, b-j, ballet, toupee, cliche, rene, away, jose, display, allay, okay, macrae, defray, gervais, dk, sergei, olay, bouquet, croquet, orsay, bombay, risque, delay, chalet, astray, portray, nikkei, today, ek, hooray, renee, saute, obey, cathay, hurray, array, decay, levey, manet, ole, monet, nisei, survey, hervey, buffet, belay, mackay, dismay, fillet, beauvais, crochet, replay, da, mccrea, o'shea, souffle, betray, carre, ha, soiree, millay, mckay, calais, passe, ga, convey, cafe, mcveigh, purvey, asay, delray;
  3. attache, bta, bouvier, faberge, fiance, aaa, monterrey, cabaret, underplay, ita, disobey, intraday, monterey, perrier, dak, cabernet, uva, overstay, piaget, ekk, lyonnais, cea, chevrolet, disarray, bua, overplay, ira, underway, jna;
  4. noaa, asea, foia, cabriolet, communique, naivete, ceta, hiaa;
  5. waga;