One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Originally of a clergyman: suffering from lethargy or indisposition on Monday, as a result of the work of Sunday (now rare). Subsequently also more widely: affected by lethargy or disinclination resulting from a busy or eventful weekend, or from having to resume work after the weekend.
Early 19th century. From Monday + -ish.
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