Sunday is a day that marks the end of the week and beginning of a new one. In Spanish, Sunday is referred to as Domingo. To say Sunday in Spanish, simply say “Domingo”.
If you want to use it in a sentence, for example: “Today is Sunday” you would say “Hoy es Domingo”. If you want to ask someone what day it is today – such as when asking someone if they will be available on a certain day – you could phrase your question by saying: “¿Qué día es hoy?” This means “What day is it today?” To which the answer should be either “Es domingo” (It’s Sunday) or another day of the week depending on which day it actually is.
Another way to refer to Sunday in Spanish can be found through its root origin from Latin; Dominicus/Dominica meaning Lord’s Day/Day Of The Lord respectively. These are rarely used but demonstrate an interesting cultural connection with Christianity and other religious practices around the world that recognize this specific day of rest and worship each week.
There are many ways to refer to Sunday in Spanish ranging from simple translations like Domingo or more complex etymological references like Dominicus/Dominica which connect us with our pasts and remind us why Sundays have been so important throughout history.