That addition to a writing, inscription, coin, etc., which specifies the time (as day, month, and year) when the writing or inscription was given, or executed, or made; as, the date of a letter, of a will, of a deed, of a coin. etc.
Français : Date Deutsch : Datum
day of year/ [M/D], [day #] Datum (Tag)
s Datum ( die Daten) See German Numbers for an English-German guide to calendar dates, numbers ( Zahlen) and counting ( zählen) and Lektion 12: German for Beginners (the calendar, seasons and setting appointments).
the specified day of the month; "what is the date today?"
a particular day specified as the time something will happen; "the date of the election is set by law"
the particular day, month, or year (usually according to the Gregorian calendar) that an event occurred; "he tried to memorizes all the dates for his history class"
a certain day of a certain month
a couple years after the rest of our stars (and he enters the league as good as he can be)
a number that represents the number of days that have elapsed from a set period in history
a numeric value that counts the number of days that have elapsed from a certain point of reference
a numeric value that represents the number of days that have elapsed since a determined period
a specific month and day, and possibly a year
a three-part value (year, month and day)
a unit that measures the number of years, months, or days elapsed in a specific period
a value denoting a specific day in history, or the future
a year, a month, and a day
e.g Jan 20, 1589/90. The first year is the old calendar (Julian, established by Julius Caesar in 46 B.C.) and the second year is the new calendar (Gregorian, established by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582). The Julian calendar year started with the month of March, whereas the Gregorian calendar started with January. It was common to show both years for awhile after implementation. England, and the American Quakers did not accept the new calendar until 1752.
Date of test (month, day year [xx/xx/xxxx])..
Range - Google Analytic's Date Range feature allows you to view report data by an arbitrary time frame, from one day up to more than a year. Most reports have the Date Range feature available.
The day set for a definite booking or engagement.
Date of image (photograph, slide, or negative) taken as noted on the image or related documentation. Types of documented dates include single year (1937), a specific date within a year (April 20, 1985), or a range of decades (1950s-1980s). There were many images without any date information. In that case, a bracket around a probable date (e.g. [1930s?]) was used. If there did not seem to be a reasonable guess as to a decade for an image, the acronym "n.d." (meaning "not dated") was used in the Date Field. It is possible to search for a specific month and day along with year, but searches provide more results if you enter only the year, or a range of years in which a specific advertisement was created. As noted above, many images do not have a specific year or year range listed. If you are looking for a specific product/company and a year and there are no returns which match, remove the date from your Advanced Search.
Usually the year in which the coin was minted, and which normally appears on the coin. On gunmoney the month of issue was also shown on the coin.
The year(s) shown on a coin, usually the same as the year it was minted
Nothing is simple in the complex world we live in, and an item’s date is no exception. For printed material, the date is usually the latest year of copyright, but may be the year an item was reprinted or reissued if the library is interested in keeping track of how old its collection is. Motion pictures are usually dated by year of release, which may be as much as three or four years after the copyright date. You may need to develop a policy on this matter.
A day within a particular year, with or without a specific time during the day
The year(s) stamped on a coin, representative of the year it was minted.
Ordinal number referring to a day of the month: the 10th February. Date-watch: watch indicating the date, the month and sometimes the year and the phases of the moon. Also called a calendar-watch or calendar. Perpetual calendar: watch indicating leap years as well as the date.
The year in which a coin is minted.
An ordinal number referring to a day of the month as in the 10th June.
Dates are expressed in the format dd/mm/yyyy. 'dd' is the day of the month with leading zero. 'mm' is the month 01-12. 'yyyy' is the year.
The numerals on a coin representing the year in which it was struck. In this website and other catalogs, it is often used in combination with the mintmark and/or variety information (e.g.: 1921-S refer to coins struck in 1921 at the San Francisco, CA mint).
Field data type that contains month, day, and year information. 3.16, 13.5
The numerals on a coin representing the year in which it was struck. Restrikes are made in years subsequent to the one that appears on them. Also, slang for a more valuable issue within a series.
In metadata, the term date is a representation term used to specify a calendar date in the Gregorian calendar. Many data representation standards such as XML, XML Schema, Web Ontology Language specify that ISO date format ISO 8601 should be used.