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Gender: F Meaning of Jade: "stone of the side" Origin of Jade: Spanish Jade's Popularity in 2014: #139

As cool as the precius green stone said to transmit wisdom, clarity, justice, courage, and modesty, Jade has been rising in popularity since Mick and Bianca Jagger chose it for their daughter in 1971. Superchef Giada de Laurentiis chose it as the English translation of her own first name.

The Spanish version Jada, influenced by Jada Pinkett Smith, is not far behind Jade at Number 292.

Famous People Named Jade

Jade Amelia Thirlwall, English singer of Little Mix
Jade Cerisa Lorraine Goody, English reality TV personality ("Big Brother")
Jade Marner, English actress
Jade Sheena Jezebel Jagger, English jewelry designer; daughter of Bianca and Mick Jagger
Jade Nicole Ramsey, English actress
Jade Louise Ewen, English singer of Sugababes
Jade Aurora MacRae, Australian soul singer
Jade Valerie Villalon, American singer of Sweetbox
Jade Kathleen Sharif, English actress
Jade Chantel Cole, American model
Jade Kwan, Hong Kong singer
Jade Marie De Laurentiis Thompson, daughter of Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis and designer Todd Thompson
Jade Jones, British singer (MALE)
Jade Roper, contestant on the Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise

Pop Culture References for the name Jade

Jade West, character on TV's "Victorious"
Jade, Jackie's niece on animated series "Jackie Chan Adventures"
Jade Harley, character in webcomic Homestuck
Jade Nguyen/ Cheshire, villainess in DC Comics
Jade, character in video game "Mortal Kombat"
Jade, one of the original core four Bratz dolls introduced in 2001
Jade, heroine of 2003 game "Beyond Good and Evil"

Jadira, Jada, Jayda, Zhade, Jaydra, Jaida, Jayde, Jadra

Jade's International Variations

Giada (Italian)