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Driday

blending; noun
Casual drinking during the afternoon and early evening on Fridays. Driday is a term used by a few college students when there is no official party or event, but casual drinking still occurs. The term is a sort of misnomer because “Driday” sounds like “dry day,” which implies that no drinking occurs.
 
“Let’s do a Driday this week to celebrate the end of midterms.”
Etymology : Blend of the words drinking “take (a liquid) into the mouth and swallow” from drink, from Old English drincan “to swallow up, engulf” + Friday from Old English frigedæg “Frigga’s Day”
Source : friend, 11/12/2013
Last modified: 25 November 2013


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