Friday (fictional Character)

Friday (fictional Character)

Friday is one of the main characters of Daniel Defoe's novel Robinson Crusoe. Robinson Crusoe names the man, with whom he cannot at first communicate, Friday because they first meet on that day. The character is the source of the expression "Man Friday", used to describe a male personal assistant or servant, especially one who is particularly competent or loyal.

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Friday (fictional Character) - Idiom
... The term Man Fridayhas become an idiom,still in mainstream usage,to describe an especially faithful servant or one'sbest servant or right-hand man ... The female equivalent is Girl Friday ... The title of the movie His Girl Fridayalludes to it and may have popularised it ...

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