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How do we say the Days of the week in Icelandic language

If you are travelling in Iceland and people asks you in Icelandic “what day is it today?” you’ll want to learn how to communicate the days of the full week in Icelandic simply. What the person asks “when am I going to meet you next?” You will need to write the time in Icelandic maybe. Take advantage of our day key phrases in Icelandic beneath to understand the full week days in Icelandic. Learn More

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Telling the Days of The Week in Icelandic

todayhari ini (HAH-ree EE-nee)
yesterdaykemarin (ke-MAHR-reen)
tomorrowbesok (beh-SOAK)
this weekminggu ini (MEENG-goo EE-nee)
last weekminggu lalu (MEENG-goo LAH-loo)
next weekminggu depan (MEENG-goo dah-PAHN)
SundayMinggu (MEENG-goo)
MondaySenin (se-NEEN)
TuesdaySelasa (S'LAH-sah)
WednesdayRabu (RAH-boo)
ThursdayKamis (KAH-mees)
FridayJum’at (joom/-AHT)
SaturdaySabtu (SAHB-too)
The hours are written from zero to 23. So 06.00 PM is written as 18.00.
First one should write the day, after that the month and then the year.
August 17th 194517 Agustus 1945

Months in Icelandic Language

JanuaryJanuari (...)
FebruaryFebruari (...)
MarchMaret (MAR-ruht)
AprilApril (...)
MayMei (...)
JuneJuni (JOON-nee)
JulyJuli (JOOL-lee)
AugustAgustus (a-GOOS-tuhs)
SeptemberSeptember (...)
OctoberOktober (...)
NovemberNopember (...)
DecemberDesember (day-SEM-burr)

Select the links directly below to view a list of beneficial Icelandic travel phrases which you’ll find structured by category. For every travel word or phrase in Icelandic, you will find the actual English interpretation.

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