Correct spelling, explanation: Saturday is a noun that comes from the translation of Latin Sāturnī diēs – Saturn’s Day. The current spelling is modeled on Middle English Saturdai. Therefore, the only correct spelling is Saturday The incorrect version
Saterday is probably a question of phonetics because the word is pronounced /ˈsæt ərˌdeɪ/ what can lead to the wrong spelling.
Definition of Saturday:
noun: a day of the week between Friday and Sunday;
I am free next Saturday, let’s go out and have some fun.
On Saturday, I am usually cleaning the house and doing grocery shopping for the whole week.
Incorrect spelling, explanation:
Saterday is the incorrect spelling of the noun Saturday. The mistake is probably caused by the phonetics because Saturday is pronounced as /ˈsæt ərˌdeɪ/ and that can cause the mistake in spelling. This word comes from Latin Sāturnī diēs – Saturn’s Day and later evolved from Middle English Saturdai to the current form Saturday.
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