Date & Time in Estonian

Date & Time in Estonian 2017-07-03T14:25:57+00:00

Alright, now it’s time to learn some vocabulary related to date and time. This lesson will teach you how the days of the week, months, seasons and times of day are called in Estonian.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Estonian“.

Date & time in Estonian

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Days of the week

EnglishEstonian
Monday
esmaspäev
Tuesday
teisipäev
Wednesday
kolmapäev
Thursday
neljapäev
Friday
reede
Saturday
laupäev
Sunday
pühapäev
Weekend
nädalavahetus
on Monday
esmaspäeval
on Tuesday
teisipäeval
on Wednesday
kolmapäeval
on Thursday
neljapäeval
on Friday
reedel
on Saturday
laupäeval
on Sunday
pühapäeval
at the weekend
nädalavahetusel
on Mondays
esmaspäeviti
on Tuesdays
teisipäeviti
on Wednesdays
kolmapäeviti
on Thursdays
neljapäeviti
on Fridays
reedeti
on Saturdays
laupäeviti
on Sundays
pühapäeviti
at Weekends
nädalavahetustel

Months

EnglishEstonian
January
jaanuar
February
veebruar
March
märts
April
aprill
May
mai
June
juuni
July
juuli
August
august
September
september
October
oktoober
November
november
December
detsember

Seasons

EnglishEstonian
Spring
kevad
Summer
suvi
Autumn / Fall
sügis
Winter
talv

Times of Day

EnglishEstonian
morning
hommik
forenoon
hommikupoolik
noon
keskpäev
afternoon
õhtupoolik
evening
õhtu
night
öö
midnight
kesköö

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