Heyday vs. Hayday

By Jaxson

  • Hayday

    Hayday is an English surname that originated in Brittany. Notable people with the surname include:

    James Hayday, London bookbinder

    Frederick Hayday, British unionist

    Arthur Hayday, English unionist and politician

  • Heyday (noun)

    A period of success, popularity, or power; prime.

    “The early twentieth century was the heyday of the steam locomotive.”

  • Heyday (noun)

    An exultation of the spirits; gaiety; frolic.

  • Heyday (interjection)

    A lively greeting.

  • Heyday (interjection)

    An expression of frolic and exultation, and sometimes of wonder.


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