Thursday, December 30, 2021

364th Day of the Year-A Thursday Thirteen

 Today, Thursday, Dec. 30, 2021 is the 364th day of the year, and the number 364 is today's topic, albeit very random.  I just couldn't bring myself to write about New Year's plans (of which I have none) or resolutions (which I don't write).

Image Credit

1.  In Numerology, number 364 is an Angel number meaning that your angels want you to take care of yourself and others and live a happy life.  That's a very brief summary of its meaning, but you can read more here if you are so inclined. 

2.  In Strong's Greek Lexicon, number 364 refers to a word meaning remembrance which appears in the New Testament four times.

3.  In medicine, the number 364 appears on Isometheptene Mucate, Dichloralphenazone, Acetominophen (preceded by the letters DPI). This capsule is used to treat migraine or tension headaches.

4.  364 is written this way in Roman numerals:  CCCLXIV.

5.  The number 364 is NOT a prime number in math. (Side note - I had to look up what a prime number is.  It's been so long since I did math!)

6.  There are 12 divisors of number 364: 1, 2, 4, 7, 13, 14, 26, 28, 62, 91, 182, 364.

7.  Isara is asteroid number 364.  It was discovered in 1893 by A. H. Charloise at the Nice Conservatory.

Side note:  Driving 364 KM per hour would be over three times the normal speed limit.

8.  364 kilometers is equal to 226.179 miles.

9.  364 miles is equal to 585.801 kilometers.

10. 364 is a very low credit score.  Scores range from 300-850.  The lower the number, the worse the credit score.

11. If your restaurant bill is $364.00, first of all, how many people are you feeding at one time, or why are you going to such an expensive restaurant... but I digress.  The standard tip (based on where I live) for that number would be $72.80 bringing your total bill to $436.80.

12. If every year was 364 days long instead of 365, each day of the year would fall on the same day of the week every year. 

By Megistias - Own work, Public Domain,

13. In 364BC, The Battle of Cynoscephalae was fought pitting the Theban forces against Thessalian troops.  Even though the leader of the Theban forces was killed, their forces won the battle.

For more lists, visit Thursday Thirteen.


  1. That is a really fun thing to do! If my kids were still kids, I'd do this random times in the year for home school! Great research project to spring on them!

  2. Interesting stuff!!! Happy New Year, too~

  3. This is terrific! Great post for a Thursday 13! I think we should start a movement to make the year 364 days long so the weeks are all the same.

  4. Um, 6 and 4 aren't prime...

    They could totally make the year 364 days long with an extra "bonus" day that doesn't have a weekday assigned to it. There's a term for it... Intercalary? I think that's it. Fun list.

  5. You found some really interesting information on 364. It might be nice to have the calendar stay the same each year.


I love comments! Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


Related Posts with Thumbnails