Days of the week in Targumic AramaicIn the table below are the days of the week in Targumic Aramaic.In other dialects there might be some minor differences in the pronounciation.
Day in Targumic Aramaic is yom (יום ) ,the same as in Hebrew and Arabic (يوم).Note that Saturday in Targumic Aramaic literally means the holy day (holiday)-shvat kudsha,shvat meaning holy.Week is shavya yomin.
| Sunday || yom had || יוםא חד |
| Monday || yom tinian || יום תנן |
| Tuesday || yom tlitai || יום תליתאי |
| Wednesday || yom revivai || יום רביעאי |
| Thursday || yom hamishai || יום הםישאי |
| Friday || yom shtitai || יום שתיתאי |
| Saturday || shvat kudsha || שבה כדשא |
Days of the Week in Syriac Aramaic
The word for day in Syriac is yum instead of Targumic yom.The names of the days are formed by simply saying day one (Sunday),day two (Monday),day three and so on.
| Sunday || yum habshabo || |
| Monday || yum tren || |
| Tuesday || yum tloto || |
| Wednesday || yum arbobshabo || |
| Thursday || yum hamshobshabo || |
| Friday || yum rubto || |
| Saturday || yum shabto || |