The day of the week before Friday and following Wednesday
(Chiefly in the Roman Catholic Church) Maundy Thursday
October 24, 1929. On this date, a then-record number of shares were traded on the New York Stock Exchange by panicked investors, marking the onset of the stock market crash that precipitated the Great Depression
The Thursday before Easter, which is observed as a commemoration of the Last Supper.
(Especially in German-speaking contexts) the Thursday before Good Friday; Maundy Thursday.
(In the UK) a public ceremony on the Thursday before Easter (Maundy Thursday) at which the monarch distributes specially minted coins