aha, i was wondering about samedi, i knew about jeudi and lundi, but samedi made me wonder. But if samedi = day of the shabbat, then the German
Samstag is that too? i guess so, but it's an awkward influence of the Jewish religion on the German
language, or maybe not, because Yiddish is a mix of Hebrew and German
i believe and we have quite a lot Yiddish words in the Dutch language too. You know Amsterdam is called often 'Mokum' and 'sjofel', 'kinnesinne', 'tof' and 'gozer' are all Yiddish words often used in the Dutch language. maybe that explains Samstag?