datebook

noun
date·book | \ ˈdāt-ˌbu̇k \
plural datebooks

Definition of datebook 

: a small book or calendar in which one writes planned or scheduled dates, appointments, etc. Open my datebook to any day of the week and it's the same story: My daughter is running in a cross-country meet and my younger son is playing baseball. —Joyce Maynard also : a place on a computer or other device for entering similar information … pull out your calendars or your digital datebook and mark Aug. 20 on your calendar because the MuckFest 5k is coming to town. —Rachel Wittrock

First Known Use of datebook

1884, in the meaning defined above

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date back

date back to

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dated

date from

dateless

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