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This was also the surname of evangelist Billy Sunday, the great evangelist prior to Billy Graham.
Lady Ealasaid  1/19/2006
There is a secretary in my high school's main office named Sunday, and she is pretty much the only faculty member that I know of in our school with an interesting name. I really think it could be a cool name if you're born on Sunday. :)
― Anonymous User  7/24/2006
I actually like it. I think it sounds a lot better than, for instance, Thursday or Saturday. Sunday is really pretty.
wefrox  9/8/2006
I don't like this name. It sounds too sugary sweet. I think Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday would all make better names than Sunday.
black_lace  3/6/2007
Sunday would make a cute name!
elysa  3/14/2007
This name is acctually kind of cute. It's original.
princesskisa  4/19/2007
I don't think that this is a good name at all. It's not even cute or anything.
dreadfulxsorry  6/24/2007
I know a girl with this name, but she spells it 'Sundae'. I think it is a really pretty name, much better than other day names.
ShizukoChan  7/29/2007
I like it but I don't think I'd use it as it reminds me of an ice-cream sundae. I love Tuesday though.
mum2bubba  9/3/2007
I don't even like Sundays. For me, the day has, for several years, been like a hangover day without a hangover. It's been a boring and tiring day on which I've had a heavy and a weak, tired feeling, like I'm anemic and dehydrated and undernourished all at the same time. So, I wouldn't want the name of my daughter to remind me of typical Sundays when I'm not on vacation and all days are alike. Beides, the name is weird and tacky, like all week day names. Come on, imagine a parent calling their child: ''Sunday, could you come over here?'' There would be jokes and embarrassments.
slight night shiver  5/8/2008
Nicole Kidman's new baby is named Sunday Rose born on 7/7/08.
tigerlilly  7/7/2008
This is a stupid name. It looks like "sundae" and is kind of trashy.
bananarama  8/2/2009
I think Sunday is nice. It's very "sunny" and positive. In fact, Sunny would be a cute nickname. I think of a bright, cherubic little girl with rosy cheeks and blonde curls. I don't know how well this name would "age" though. Funny, because I agree with the person who wrote about the hungover feeling of Sundays - I don't even like the day itself, but the name has a good vibe, a very happy energy.

Also, I think it's silly that Nicole Kidman named her daughter Sunday Rose when she was born on a MONDAY! I hate that, when people are named Autumn or June and born in February.
― Anonymous User  8/3/2009
An old nursery rhyme:

Monday's child is fair of face,
Tuesday's child is full of grace,
Wednesday's child is full of woe,
Thursday's child has far to go,
Friday's child is loving and giving,
Saturday's child works hard for his living,
And the child that is born on the Sabbath day
Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay.

(Obviously, Sunday was traditionally referred to as the "Sabbath day".)
― Anonymous User  8/3/2009
Sunday strikes me as a religious name.
vomiting  5/17/2010
I would so burst out laughing if I were at a grocery store and some mother yells to their daughter "Sunday, let's go!" I cannot picture that happening. However, I can picture a mother yelling "Audrey, let's go!" or "Claire, let's go!"
Chrila96  9/12/2010
Remembering Sunday is one of my favourite All Time Low songs so I wouldn't mind using as a name- it's much more softer than the other days of the week and I really don't see what the issue with using it as a name is. You here girls called April don't you? So why not Sunday? XD :)
Emily Cheeseface  10/10/2010
Sunday is a stupid name. It's a day of the week, for crying out loud, and it reminds me of sundaes. Plus I've heard people using it because Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman had to use it.
zaki95  9/11/2012
It's very unique. I have a friend named Sunday. It's a nice name.
Gio123  3/2/2013
Someday Sunday won't hear Happy Days, but today is not that day: "Monday, Tuesday, Happy Days,..." Sunday probably has a great sense of humor though. Yeah, I can't imagine 'Sunday' being anything but happy.
Bluefield  11/20/2013
Out of all the days of the week, the only one I like to be used as a name is Sunday. I love how you can associate an ice cream Sundae with "Sunday". I think "Sunny" is a nice nickname also. (:
― Anonymous User  7/5/2014
Although I normally detest object names like August or Hope, Sunday is actually a very pretty name that is quite unique! I never knew this could be a name, but I really like it now!
lilpimpteller  2/16/2015
My name is Sunday and at times I love it and other times hate it. It definitely makes me one of a kind and that I would have no other way.
Sunday  3/1/2015
This is also an African American name (as with all the other weekdays). Naming children after the day they were born is common in some African cultures, notably Akan. Early slaves in America continued the day-naming practice with the English equivalents. For this fascinating history, see
earthnut  10/22/2016
Well when I was young I truly thought I was adopted. There is NO WAY MY REAL MOM WOULD NAME ME SUNDAY!
I have come to terms with it. I find it funny, all the "What is your name" ❤.
Sundaymae  1/11/2018
The regular use of Sunday as a woman's name in the USA goes back to the radio soap opera "Our Gal Sunday" which was aired between 1937 and 1959. This in turn was based on a stage play titled "Sunday" that Ethel Barrymore starred in on Broadway back in 1904. The character Sunday had been left on a doorstep as an infant in a Colorado mining camp and was named after the day of the week on which she was found. Orphaned Sunday grows up to marry an English lord in the story.
clevelandkentevans  2/13/2018

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