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birth date

or birthdate

[burth-deyt] /ˈbɜrθˌdeɪt/
noun
1.
the date of a person’s birth, usually expressed as a specific day, month, and year.
Origin of birth date
1550-1600
First recorded in 1550-1600
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  • Her birth-date does not seem to be known, but she was married in 1551.

    A Letter Book George Saintsbury
  • The death-date, as said above, is not a fixed one, like the birth-date.

  • He couldn't, very well, for its date antedated his own birth-date.

    What Is Man? And Other Stories Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
  • Nowhere have I found an indication of Portocarrero's birth-date.

    Fray Luis de Len James Fitzmaurice-Kelly
  • He evinced the opposite of the temper usually ascribed to the “Shepherd-boy” —a birth-date by Ex.

    Assimilative Memory Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
  • “Chaplet”—a wreath or garland signed for by him in his ambitious hopes—expresses his birth-date by Con.

    Assimilative Memory Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
  • Now this agrees remarkably with the birth-date ascertained from other sources of Thomas Vaughan.

  • On the first day of April, Bismarck's birth-date, we were expecting something unusual along the front and were not disappointed.

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