Birthday vs Bornday - What's the difference?

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birthday

Noun

(en noun)
  • The anniversary of the day on which someone is born.
  • * 1867 , , Chapter 2: Treats Of Oliver Twist's Growth, Education, And Board,
  • Oliver Twist's ninth birthday found him a pale thin child, somewhat diminutive in stature, and decidedly small in circumference.
  • * 1903', '', The Fifth Surprise: The Monarch Celebrates His ' Birthday ,
  • One of the Wise Men said the King was born in February; another declared it was in May, and a third figured the great event happened in October. So the King issued a royal decree that he should have three birthdays' every year, in order to be on the safe side; and whenever he happened to think of it he put in an odd ' birthday or two for luck.
  • * 1906 , , Chapter 9: The pride of Perks,
  • "And we thought we'd make a nice birthday for him. He's been so awfully jolly decent to us, you know, Mother," said Peter, "and we agreed that next bun-day we'd ask you if we could."
  • * (editor), Diary of Cotton Mather , Volume 1: 1681-1708, footnote, page 1,
  • It was his custom to begin a new year's record on February 12, his birthday .
  • * 1921 June 4, ,
  • The King's Birthday , which occurred yesterday, will be officially observed to-day, and the customary list of honours conferred on the occasion is published.
  • The anniversary of the day on which something is created.
  • The date on which someone is born or something is created, more commonly called birthdate' or '''date of birth .
  • Derived terms

    * birthday boy * birthday cake * birthday card * birthday girl * birthday honour * birthday suit * half birthday * happy birthday * rebirthday * unbirthday

    See also

    * name day * deathday 1000 English basic words

    bornday

    Not English

    Bornday has no English definition. It may be misspelled.

    English words similar to 'bornday':

    brandy