The Pennsylvania Dutch calendar once held a prominent place in the home

 

Days of the week also used to have alternate names associated with domestic chores – Muundaag, for instance was Weschdaag (Wash-day), Dinschdaag, or Tuesday, was Biggeldaag (Ironing-day) and Sunndaag was Karrichdaag, “Wammer noch der Karrich geh” (When we go to church.)

Source: Pennsylvania Folkways: The Pennsylvania Dutch calendar once held a prominent place in the home | Reading Eagle – BERKSCOUNTRY 

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