It was the 1st Wednesday of 2000. If you were born on this date, your birthday numbers 9, 6, and 2000 reveal that your life path number is 8. Your zodiac sign is Virgo with a ruling planet Mercury, your birthstone is the Sapphire, and your birth flower is the Aster/Myosotis. You are 23 old, and were born in the 2000s, in the middle of Millennials Generation. The generation you are born into makes an impact on your life. Swipe up to find out what it all means.
→ September 6, 2000 was a Wednesday
→ Zodiac sign for this date is Virgo
→ This date was 8,422 days ago
→ 2000 was the Year of the Dragon
→ In 2024, September 6 is on Saturday
→ You are 24 years old in Korean Age
People born on this day will turn 24 in exactly .
If you were born on this date:
You have been alive for . You were born in the Year of the Dragon. Your birth sign is Virgo, with a ruling planet Mercury. On your birthday, the moon was in First Quarter 🌓 phase, and there were precisely 285 full moons after you were born to this day. Your billionth second will happen sometime on May 15, 2032.
→ You’ve slept 2,807 days or 7.69 years.
→ Your next birthday is away
→ You’ve been alive
→ You were born in the Year of the Dragon
→ You have been alive 202,139 hours
→ You are 12,128,390 minutes old
→ Age on next birthday: 24 years old
You were born on a Wednesday
September 6, 2000, was the 1st Wednesday of that year. It was also the 250th day and 9th month of 2000 in the Georgian calendar. The next time you can reuse the 2000 calendar will be in 2028. Both calendars will be exactly the same.
There are left before your next birthday. Your 24th birthday will be on a Thursday, and the birthday after that will be on a Saturday. The timer below is a countdown clock to your next birthday. It’s always accurate and automatically updated.
You’ve slept 33% of your life!
Assuming you’ve been sleeping 8 hours daily since birth. Here is how much time you’ve spent sleeping so far:
You’ve slept 7.69 years of your life.
You’ve slept 92 month of your life.
You’ve slept 401 week of your life.
You’ve slept 2,807 days of your life.
Did you know you have taken approximately 169,787,520 breaths since your birth? Moreover, using 80 beats per minute as average, your heart has beaten over 970,214,400 times. You have also blinked over 206,170,560 times in your lifetime.
#1 Song on your birthday
The number one song in the US on the day of your birth was "Doesn't Really Matter" by Janet Jackson (Billboard Hot 100 – September 6, 2000). Ask your parents if they remember this popular song. The number 1 DJ in the world was Sasha followed by Paul Oakenfold and John Digweed according to DJ Mag.
Celebrities born on September 6, 2000
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Holidays on September 6, 2000
Here are a few holidays that are celebrated on your birthday:
We track thousands of holidays, you can view all of the holidays on September 6 here.
What happened on September 6th
Below are some of the most important historical events that happened on 6 September 2000.
Sports in 2000
NBA – Los Angeles Lakers beat Indiana Pacers (4 - 2) to win the NBA Finals.
NHL – New Jersey Devils defeated Dallas Stars (4 - 2) to win the Stanley Cup.
NFL – St. Louis Rams beat Tennessee Titans (23 - 16) to win Super Bowl XXXIV on January 30, 2000 in Atlanta, GA.
MLB – New York Yankees beat New York Mets (4 - 1) to win the World Series.
Your life path number is 8
So what does your birthday really say about you and what does your life path number mean? On the next page, we’ll explain what your birth sign, ruling planet, age generation, birthstone, and birth flower mean — and more!
Continue to the next page to discover the answers to the most important questions about your birthday.