The week is going by slow
The name given to a female of the superior variety, embodying all of the following characteristics: beauty, generosity, stylishness, creativity, and one or more of the following: blonde hair, spectacles, a voice like whitney, passion for literature, many siblings, a tendency to ruin group photographs.
Usually found with the following: A horse, a big red dog or a "brown bear".
NB: Males can be termed "Weeks" but the females are the majority.
She's so awesome! Yeah, you're right, she must be a Weeks.
1. A seven-day calendar period, especially one starting with Sunday and continuing through Saturday.
2. The noise made by a piggie!
Doctor: So tell me... how long have you been feeling that you're turning into a pig, my man?
Percy: Oh... I guess for about a week! I say... A WEEEEEEK! WEEEEEEEEK! WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEK!!!!
The estimated time it takes for an individual to become very weak due to lack of nourishment.
In Early Germanic time, the Germans would sometimes wait an entire "wikon" (german for come around again) For the early Germans, that which came around was known as market day, in which they were able to buy food for nourishment. If you missed market day, or did not have enough money, you would have to wait till next "wikon" when market day came back around. Germans nicknamed this as "WIC", later translated to WEAK in English, as it was the feeling they felt in between Market Days. (WICEND) WEAK-END (weekends) were the days before the new market day would start.