What does Wknd mean?


Wknd is a quick and clever way to shorten the word “weekend.” It’s most often found in text or online chats when someone wants to know your plans for the coming Saturday or Sunday.

It’s also pretty common to see people using wknd when they’re talking about what they’ll be doing over the weekend. Let’s say your friend Lisa tells you, “Hey, my bf and I are off to the beach this wknd,” when you ask if she’s free to catch a movie Saturday night. (Also see: forever alone.)

Example for using ‘Wknd’ in a conversation

Hey, what are you up to this wknd? πŸŽ‰

Not much, just planning to relax and binge-watch some shows. What about you? πŸ›‹οΈ

I’m going hiking with a friend on Saturday and catching up with family on Sunday. Can’t wait! πŸŒ„

Sounds like a fun wknd! Enjoy your time outdoors and with your loved ones. πŸ₯ΎπŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦