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"Monday's Child" is one of many fortune-telling songs, popular as nursery rhymes for children. ... Despite modern versions in which "Wednesday's child is full of woe," an early incarnation of this rhyme appeared in a multi-part fictional story in a ...

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Jul 26, 2014 ... In the 1887 version of Monday's Child published in Harper's Weekly, it is Friday, not Wednesday, associated with the childfull of woe.

www.lindagrimes.com/2010/09/wednesdays-child-say-what.html

Sep 21, 2010 ... According to a certain nursery rhyme, this makes me full of woe: Monday's child is fair of face, Tuesday's child is full of grace, Wednesday's child ...

www.bethanyroberts.com/MondaysChildIsFairofFace.htm

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,

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I'm the baby of my family, the youngest of three. Perhaps you've already gathered as much. Babies of the family have a certain quality, that intangible som.

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Definition of Monday's child is fair of face in the Idioms Dictionary. ... Tuesday's child is full of grace, / Wednesday's child is full of woe, / Thursday's child has far to ...

www.englishclub.com/listening/poetry-monday.htm

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,

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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 ...

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Also (and importantly) what about Wednesday's child being "full of woe" - What IS probably being meant here by woe? Does that word haved ...