They will do anything for love. Those who love them will know their qualities. Birth number 9 people are generous and will help anyone.
Sometimes nines have trouble with money for this reason — they give too much of it away to help others. Lucky colors are red and pink or shades thereof. Lucky stones are garnet, rubies, and bloodstones. Nine is the number of the traveler so you will probably take many journeys in your life. This will allow you to explore. You may have left home at an early age due to differences with your parents or caretakers.
You are a unique personality. You have many talents, and you may find it difficult to focus on just one. A great career or hobby for you would allow you to focus on many. Plants or animals might be good for you to love and take care of.
Is nine a good number? Those born on the ninth enjoy learning and experiencing all life has to offer. They could be successful as a teacher, writer or public speaker. They like to take charge and take care of those around them.
They would be great in a career where they could be their bosses. Mihajlo Idvorski Pupin Serbia. Nines tend to have a large sexual appetite and they need a partner who feels the same. If they do not choose a partner on their level, then they will not be happy. Nines can go to extremes when they are unhappy.
They can become depressed and self-destructive. Birthday number 9 people need to be careful to avoid these behaviors so that they do not hurt themselves or others. Although they want lots of sex, they do want a deep connection with their partner. Some may not understand this. It may take time for you to understand this about yourself. Birthday Number Analysis Name: Date of Birth: January February March April May June July August September October November December 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 You may not always have much luck with relationships.
You tend to be impulsive and sometimes a bit reckless. Your relationships may be short-lived. Birthday number 9 have to be careful not to get too upset over this. For example, the day April 11th, from , falls on: Monday 3 times , , Tuesday 3 times , , Wednesday 3 times , , Thursday 3 times , , Friday 3 times , , , Saturday 2 times , Sunday 3 times , , It has more occurrences on a Friday and less occurrences on a Saturday compared to the other days of the week.
Birthday Number 9 - People born on the 9th are generally very broad-minded individuals. They possess deep sense of beauty and have a talent in painting. You birthday number indicated some special talent you possess, a gift that will help you along your life's path. Birthday number 9 bears great significance in.
Because of other studies showing that weekend birthdays are less common than weekday ones, we can conclude that the lowered frequency of weekend dates for the days April 4, 11, and 18 are causing a spike. In order to have unbiased data you need a sample size of a year span e.
My birthday is the rarest by far. Interesting seeing the slump around Christmas.
I wonder if Christmas babies were as rare in the past as they are now? Is that controlled for somewhere to normalize that date against the others? Far fewer people are born on February 29 than on any other date, so I presume some kind of statistical adjustment has been made.
I always tell people that I almost never meet anyone who shares my birthday, November I should either 1 exclude it or 2 do a weighted average. Thanks for prompting me to check it out. Weighted average gets my vote, excluding it seems a bit harsh for those people born on those days. I just gave birth to my daughter on November 23rd Black Friday this year. We were induced for preeclampsia and were not due until January 31st. I also notice the 13th of every month is low. I always thought your birthday was just whatever day it was but it seems there is way more control than I thought. I had a classmate whose sister was born on September 11, More details here:.
Some women offered dates for planned c-section may be less likely to choose the 13th of the month, or Friday the 13th. As for the increase in births starts in June July time. I wonder if there is a corresponding increase in prescriptions of antibiotics in the Autumn and start of Winter? It would be interesting to see the graphic split for planned c-sections, and another for all other births vaginal delivery, emergency c-section, any induction.
Something else that might be interesting to know — is there a time of year where it is more likely for IVF embryos to be transferred back and similar other fertility treatment to be carried out? Being under consultant care it is more likely babies will be born by c-section.
I was born on April 1, but it was in , so if they could calculate the birthdays from , that would be great. Yes, this is surprising, because with my friends group we hate november because 12 of them of 28 born on those dates. Five on I have thought for some time that low birth rates for major holidays are due to lack of elective c sections.
I think doctors and hospital staff would be difficult to arrange for Christmas day, Christmas eve, New year day, independence day. That seems obvious! Would be nice to see the same data set charted to moon phase. And to see if similar trends hold true in other countries. Maybe it is an American quirk to abstain from birth during festive occasions. I should be finished soon if you want to check it out:. Love this! Great work here and what interesting insights we can get from looking at the data this way.
Any plans to expand to include earlier decades? I wonder how different this map is for firstborn vs others. The ability to control delivery — for the benefit of the physician as well as the parents — has to account for some of the weirder anomalies. Obviously babies are being pushed off holidays and being done early induction or later C-sections regardless of the conception date no one plans that well!
The dearth of births on all of the 13ths of the months is bizarre. Is triskaidekaphobia actually that strong? Low birth rates on the days around the fourth of july and Christmas and New Years days.
This probably reflects low rates of caesarean sections or the preference of obstetricians NOT to operate on those days they have the day off. This also points to the fact that many caesareans are NOT a medical necessity at the time they are performed. I was supposed to be born on Thanksgiving, so that would have been weird. I suspect there is some flaw in the method or data.