This is an in-depth look at all the must-know facts about April 2, 1960 ποΈ that you should know. If you were born on this date, prepare to get your mind blown π€―.
Among the information you’ll find below: western astrology zodiac sign & symbol meanings, your zodiac animal and its characteristics, numerology, as well as interesting things that happened when you were born – from most important world and sporting events to the most popular song on your birthday, #1 movie in theaters, your birthstone, celebrities who share your date of birth and a lot more!
We hope this page will help you understand yourself better. Let’s start.
π Day of Week
April 2nd in 1960 was a Saturday and was the 93rd day of the 4th month of 1960 in the Georgian calendar. It was also the 33rd day of Spring and there was 60 days left until Summer. The next time you can reuse 1960 calendar will be in 2044. Both calendars will be exactly the same.
βοΈ 2nd quarter of the year
β‘οΈ The 33rd day of Spring
β³ This date was 22,487 days ago
πͺ Zodiac sign for this date is Aries
ποΈ April 2, 1960 was a Saturday
π In 2022, April 2 is on a Sunday
β April 2, 1960 in Roman numerals: IV II MCMLX (mm dd yyyy)
π My Birthday
You were born in the Spring of 1960 on a Saturday. You are 61 years old, and according to the Chineze Zodiac, it was the Year of the Rat. You have been alive for . If you have been sleeping 8 hours daily since birth, then you have slept a total of 7,496 days or 20.54 years. This equals to about 33% of your life. There were 762 π full moons after you were born up to this day.
β±οΈ You are 32,381,397 minutes old
β³ You have been alive: 539,689 hours
βοΈ You’ve been alive
π Your birth sign is Aries
π You were born in the Year of the Rat
β Age on next birthday: 62 years old
Being born in 1960 makes you a part of Baby Boomers Generation. There are six different generations: G.I. Generation, Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z. The generation you are born into makes an impact on your life.
Baby boomer refers to a member of the demographically large generation born between the end of WWII and the mid-1960s.
Your birthday numbers are 4, 2 and 1960, which reveal that your Life Path number is 22. Your zodiac sign is Aries with a ruling planet Mars. Your birthstone is the Diamond, and your birth flower is the Sweet Pea/Daisy.
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ππ Next Birthday
Your next birthday is in . Your birthday will be on a Sunday and your 63rd birthday will be on a Sunday. Below is a countdown to your next birthday. It’s accurate and is automatically updated.
β° FUN FACT: Your first billionth (1,000,000,000) second was on December 10, 1991.
πͺ What’s my zodiac sign?
There are 12 astrological signs, also known as signs of the zodiac, each with its own set of strengths, challenges, moods, patterns, relationships, and more. Your zodiac sign reflects the position of the sun when you were born and is the biggest influence on your life and personality in Astrology.
People who are born on April 2 in 1960 have an zodiac sign of Aries ♈. Aries are passionate, confident, determined and enthusiastic about everything they do.
According to Chinese Zodiac calendar, being born in 1960 means your zodiac animal is a Rat. The Chinese zodiac is based on a 12-year cycle, with each year in a cycle related to an animal sign. A zodiac system has existed in Chinese culture for more than 2,000 years ago. Much like zodiac signs, the Chinese zodiac animal has attributes and significance attached. The animal ruling a person birth year has a great influence on personality, and destiny.
People born in the year of the Rat are clever and charming. They are also curious, but are sometimes too motivated by money. This year (2021) is the year of the Ox.
The ruling planet of Aries is Mars. There are 10 major planets, each represent a different set of qualities and characteristics, and rule over a different part of our lives β each bringing with them their own unique vibes. Knowing the planets and their effects on your life is just as important as knowing your sign. They all affect us differently, and knowing the areas of life they govern is critical to understanding your horoscope.
Mars is about your motivation, initiative, aggression, confidence, inner drive, physical strength, and your stamina, what you want to achieve, where you put your energy, and how much of a risk-taker you are. It is how you express your anger. It's also your sex drive, and what you desire for and give in a sexual relationship.
πͺ Zodiac sign: Aries – ♈
π Zodiac animal: Rat
π Ruling Planet: Mars β
π Zodiac Element: Water
β Zodiac Quality: Fixed
πΆLife Path number
The Life Path number is similar to your zodiac sign. These numbers are used to offer insight into your greater purpose, including strengths, weaknesses, personality, talents, and ambitions. Your Life Path number also exposes the tone of your experiences, and why events occur past, present, and future.
If you were born on April 2, 1960, your Life Path number is 22. If your Life Path Number is Twenty Two, you have the potential for extreme success and power. You are well disciplined, ambitious, confident and pragmatic, all of which make you naturally able to turn dreams into realities.
π΅ Your birthday song
The number one song in the US on the day of your birth was "The Theme From "A Summer Place"" by Percy Faith And His Orchestra. (Billboard Hot 100 – April 2, 1960). Ask your parents if they remember this song.
According to a internet myth the song that was topping the charts on your 14th birthday is the one that defines your entire life. The #1 song on your 14th birthday was "Hooked On A Feeling" by Blue Swede. On your 18th birthday the number one song was "Night Fever" by Bee Gees, and on your 21st birthday it was "Rapture" by Blondie.
π Celebrity birthdays on this day
Below are famous people and celebrities born on April 2, 1960. We could not find a celebrity that shares a birthday with you. However, we update our database constantly, and invite you to check back later to see if we found someone with the same birthday..
π Holidays on April 2
No major holidays found for this date.
π The world on this day
Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican) was the president of the United States and the world population was approximately 3.03 billion, according to census.gov.
Generations can be hard to define. We tend to combine huge groups of people into arbitrary categories based on the decades in which they were born and the presumably shared set of cultural traits that shaped their lives and experiences.
The Sixties dominated by the Vietnam War, Civil Rights Protests, the 60s also saw the assassinations of US President John F Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Cuban Missile Crisis, and finally ended on a good note when the first man is landed on the moon.
There were an estimated 107,537,497 babies born throughout the world in 1960. In 1960, the most popular baby name was Mary for girls and David for boys, according to Social Security Administration.
The most popular movie in 1960 was Spartacus directed by Stanley Kubrick starring Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons.
π Historical events on April 2nd
Below are some of the most important events that happened on April 2, 1960.
1453 – Mehmed II begins his siege of Constantinople (?stanbul), which falls May 29.
1513 – Explorer Juan Ponce de Leσn claims Florida for Spain as the first known European to reach Florida.
1792 – The Coinage Act is passed establishing the United States Mint and authorizing the $10 Eagle, $5 half-Eagle & 2.50 quarter-Eagle gold coins & silver dollar, ½ dollar, quarter, dime & half-dime.
π Sports in 1960
Pittsburgh Pirates beat New York Yankees (4 - 3)
Boston Celtics beat St. Louis Hawks (4 - 3)
Montreal Canadiens beat Toronto Maple Leafs (4 - 3)
In the 1960 U.S. National Championships, Neale Fraser defeated Rod Laver (6-4, 6-4, 9-7) to win men's singles title. Darlene Hard beat Maria Bueno (6-4, 10-12, 6-4) to become U.S. National Championships women's singles champion.
In the 1960 Wimbledon Championships, Neale Fraser defeated Rod Laver (6-4, 3-6, 9-7, 7-5) to win men's singles title. Maria Bueno beat Sandra Reynolds (8-6, 6-0) to become Wimbledon women's singles champion.
In the 1960 Australian Championships, Rod Laver defeated Neale Fraser (5-7, 3-6, 6-3, 8-6, 8-6) to win men's singles title. Margaret Smith beat Jan Lehane (7-5, 6-2) to become Australian Championships women's singles champion.
Birthstones are gems that are associated with a birth month, each stone has a unique meaning and significance.
The birthstone for April 2, 1960 is Diamond. Diamond in addition to being a symbol of everlasting love, was once thought to bring courage. In Sanskrit, the diamond is called βvajra,β which also means lightning; in Hindu mythology, vajra was the weapon of Indra, the king of gods. The birthstone for this year (2021) is Opal and Tourmaline.
πΌ Birth flower
Everyone knows about their zodiac sign, but few people are familiar with their birth flower. In the same way that we have a unique birthstone associated with each month, every month has a birth flower that has its own special meaning.
The birth flower for April is Sweet Pea/Daisy. Daisy carries associations of purity, innocence and loyal love. It also represents fertility and motherhood - the reason why it is commonly gifted to new mothers.
πΎ It’s my birthday quotes
'Go, go, go, go go, go, go, shawty. It's your birthday. We gon' party like it's yo birthday.' - 50 Cent
π FUN FACT: How do you say 'Happy Birthday' in Italian? 'Buon compleanno'.
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π¬ Birthday messages
'Let us celebrate the occasion with wine and sweet words.'
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It’s my birthday wishes
'Hope your special day brings you all that your heart desires! Here's wishing you a day full of pleasant surprises!'
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