Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling, explanation: although some ways of pronunciation, especially British ones, may mislead a speaker to spell this word as Saterday, it is a mistake. The correct form, Saturday, comes from the Old English word sæterdæg, which meant the day of Saturn, as it was the day of the planet Saturn and the Roman god Saturn. Therefore Saturday is the correct form.

Correct spelling


Correct spelling, explanation: Saturday is the correct form because the word comes from the planet Saturn (and at the same time Roman god of the same name). This day used to be called the day of Saturn, that is why it is spelled Saturday, not Saterday.

Definition of Saturday:
noun, one of the days of the week (in some cultures sixth or seventh) between Friday and Sunday
I can’t see you on Saturday, but maybe you are free on Sunday?
Saturday is Jack’s favourite day of the week because there is no school and he has got his football practice.