When did the word "Good Friday" originate and why is it called that way.
I assumed that this might mean 'God's Friday', but, according to the Online Etymological Dictionary, it means 'Holy Friday'.
Apparently, in the 13th century, when the phrase was coined, Middle English 'good' also meant 'holy'.
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