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How rare is your birthday on Valentine’s Day?

February 7, 2022
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How rare is your birthday on Valentine's Day?
How rare is your birthday on Valentine's Day?

Is it rare to have a birthday on Valentine’s Day?

Reporter and data journalist Matt Stiles created a heat map taking the average amounts of daily births in the United States between 1994 to 2014 and found that while Valentine's Day only ranks 63rd in the most common birth date list over the year, it is the most common birth date in the entire first half of the year.

What does it mean if your birthday is on Valentine’s Day?

Being born on Valentine's Day, according to modern western astrology, makes the baby a firm Aquarius. This puts the baby firmly in the camp of philanthropist and peacemaker, according to Astrology.com.

How common is a Valentine’s day birthday?

Actually, a Valentine's Day Birthday is fairly common! Looking at data from 1994 – 2014, Valentine's Day ranks 64th. A look at averages across those years shows us that overall, the number of births February is below the annual average, but the number of births on Valentine's Day is higher than the annual average!

Is Valentine a boy?

The name Valentine is both a boy's name and a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "strength, health". Valentine is an attractive Shakespearean name with romantic associations, but those very ties to the saint and the sentimental holiday have sent it into a decline, one which we think may be about to turn around.

What is the most popular birthdate?

September 9th
According to real birth data compiled from 20 years of American births, mid-September is the most birthday-packed time of the year, with September 9th being the most popular day to be born in America, followed closely by September 19th.

Is Valentine a unisex name?

Valentine's Day was named for a third-century martyr. The usual feminine form of the name is Valentina….Valentine (name)

Pronunciation /væləntaɪn/
Gender Unisex
Origin
Word/name Latin Valentinus
Meaning "strong, healthy, brave, rule“