Emerald Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Emerald:
Taken from emerald, which denotes the bright green variety of beryl used in jewelry making.
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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- Comments and insights on the name Emerald
I had triplets and before i had them we found out they were all girl's and couldn't agree on three names till one day when i jumped out of the shower and put on my sapphire bracelet i thought hmmmm sapphire then i love green so emerald and my best friends favorite colour is purple so amethyst and all gems so my girls are now 2 and their names are amethyst jean, sapphire lei and emerald lesley they have a 2 brothers one older one younger vinni 6 timothy 1
- Personal experiences with the name Emerald
I knew someone named Emerald who became a great friend of mine. We always thought it funny because my name is Amethyst and together we were "two little gems".
I have always loved the name Emerald. If I ever have a daughter (please no more boys) I would want to name her that and have her go by Emmy.
- Nicknames for Emerald
Emmie, Emma, Em, Merry, Relda
- Meanings and history of the name Emerald
It is the birthstone for May. Believed to bring goodness to one's life. Also believed to reveal what is true or false and can make people more intelligent and honest. It is also associated with the Greek goddess Venus, the goddess of love and beauty, and was said to protect lovers from unfaithfulness.
- Famous real-life people named Emerald
Emerald Cunard, English writer, heiress, activist, and socialite (born Nancy Clara Cunard)
- Emerald in song, story & screen
"Emerald Star" in the Hetty Feather book series by Jacqueline Wilson.
"Emerald Torrington" in The Uninvited Guests by Sadie Jones.