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Gender: F Origin of Sapphire: Hebrew, jewel name

Sapphire goes waaaaay beyond Ruby and Pearl. This September birthstone, occasionally used a century ago, might be worth a reappraisal, perhaps as a Sophie/Sophia alternative. Sapphire is the pseudonym of Romona Lofton, who wrote the book Push, which was turned into the movie Precious.

Famous People Named Sapphire

Pop Culture References for the name Sapphire

Sapphire Birch, one of the main characters in 'Bitterblue' by Kristin Cashore. Male
Mistress Sapphire, character from TV show "Castle"
Sapphire Trewhella, protagonist in the 'Ingo' series by Helen Dunmore
Sapphire is the name of a clumsy, booksmart character in the cartoon Trollz.
Sapphire, character on animated series "Steven Universe"

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Sapphire's International Variations

Sapphira (Greek)