quotidian

“Kwo-tee-dyen”  | /kwəˈtɪdɪən/

adj- Recurring every twenty-four hours or (more generally) daily (of symptoms, etc),Having the characteristics of something which can be seen, experienced, etc, every day or very commonly.

“Her mundane, quotidian routine was beginning to bore her, so she started looking for a new job.”

 

From Anglo-Norman cotidian, cotidien, Middle French cotidian, cotidien, and their source, Latin cottīdiānus, quōtīdiānus (“happening every day”), from adverb cottīdiē, quōtīdiē (“every day, daily”), from an unattested adjective derived from quot (“how many”) + locative form of diēs (“day”). 

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