from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See week.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Awn de briet syde, ur kitteh will get xtra xtra snorgles awl weik lawng!
Going much much farther back, ultimately the word descended from the Indo-European root “weik -” (clan), which also gave us words such as villa, village, villain, vicinity, ecology, and parish.
May 20, 2008 at 8:50 am luk liek am baaad-furnichewer weik @ ICHC?
It must have been new to Queen Elizabeth to hear herself called "a weik instrument," and it is doubtful whether the first offence would be much softened by such an address.
God's presence ye humble yourself, as in my heart I glorify God for that rest granted to His afflicted flock within England under you a weik instrument: so will I with tongue and pen justify your authority and regiment as the Holy Ghost hath justified the same in
M-eye hubbehcat, he goez to N’awlins for hiz werk nex weik, leabbin today.
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