birthnight

birthnight

(ˈbɜːθˌnaɪt)
n
the night on which a person was born
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Washington was among the punters, and twice attended the annual Birthnight Ball held here in his honour.
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The composer achieves the same sort of miracle in his setting of Walter de la Mare's "The Birthnight," in which a new father strives to describe the night his new baby is born.