Female "Jewel" Names

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Anglo Saxon     Back to top
  • Amber "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"
  • Amberlee "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"
  • Amberly "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"
  • Amberlyn "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"
  • Amberlynn "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"

Arabic     Back to top
  • Almas "Diamond"
  • Almasa "Diamond"
  • Almase "Diamond"
  • Fairuz "Turquoise"
  • Fayrouz "Turquoise"
  • Feiruz "Turquoise"
  • Gawharat "Jewel, pearl"
  • Jawhar "Jewel, pearl"
  • Jawhara "Jewel or pearl"
  • Joumana "Silvery pearl"
  • Jumana "Silvery pearl"
  • Jumanah "A silver pearl"
  • Luloah "A pearl"
  • Lulu "A pearl"
  • Marjan "Coral, or small pearls"
  • Marjana "Coral, or small pearls"
  • Zammurad "Emerald"
  • Zummuruda "Emerald"
  • Zumurrud "Emerald"

Armenian     Back to top
  • Elmas "Diamond"
  • Margaid "Armenian form of Margaret meaning pearl"

Celtic     Back to top
  • Meagan "Pearl"
  • Megan "Pearl"
  • Meghan "Pearl"
  • Peg "From Margaret - Pearl"
  • Pegeen "From Margaret - Pearl"
  • Peggy "From Margaret - Pearl"
  • Ula "Sea jewel"

Czechoslovakian     Back to top
  • Diamant "Diamond"
  • Drahokam "Precious stone, jewel"
  • Margita "Pearl"
  • Rubine "Ruby"
  • Smaragda "Emerald"

Danish     Back to top
  • Almeta "Pearl"
  • Margarethe "Danish form of Margaret, meaning pearl"
  • Mettalise "Graceful pearl"

Egyptian     Back to top
  • Lapis "Named for the lapis stone"

English     Back to top
  • Amber "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"
  • Amberlee "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"
  • Amberly "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"
  • Amberlyn "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"
  • Amberlynn "A jewel-quality fossilized resin"
  • Cameo "A carved gem portrait"
  • Coral "Semi-precious sea growth often deep pink or red"
  • Coraline "From the semi-precious sea gem "coral""
  • Diamanda "Of high value; brilliant." The precious diamond stone."
  • Diamante "Of high value; brilliant." The precious diamond stone."
  • Diamond "Of high value; brilliant." The precious diamond stone."
  • Diamonique "Of high value; brilliant." The precious diamond stone."
  • Diamontina "Of high value; brilliant." The precious diamond stone."
  • Jadira "The gemstone jade; the color green"
  • Jady "The gemstone jade; the color green"
  • Jaida "The gemstone jade; the color green"
  • Jayde "The gemstone jade; the color green"
  • Maggy "Abbreviation of Margaret. "A pearl.""

French     Back to top
  • Ambra "Amber"
  • Ambre "Amber"
  • Coralie "Coral"
  • Diamanta "Diamond"
  • Emeraude "Emerald"
  • Esmeraude "Emerald"
  • Gemma "Jewel"
  • Jewel "Jewel"
  • Jule "Jewel"
  • Majori "Pearl"
  • Margaux "Pearl"
  • Margeaux "Pearl"
  • Margery "Pearl"
  • Margo "Pearl"
  • Margot "Pearl"
  • Marguerite "Pearl"
  • Rubie "Ruby"
  • Ruby "Ruby"

Gaelic     Back to top
  • Mairearad "Pearl"
  • Mairghread "Pearl"
  • Marsali "Pearl"
  • Peigi "From Margaret, meaning pearl"

German     Back to top
  • Diamant "Diamond"
  • Greta "Pearl - abbreviation of Margaret"
  • Gretchen "Little pearl"
  • Gretel "Pearl - abbreviation of Margaret"
  • Juwel "Jewel, precious stone"
  • Margit "Pearl"
  • Margo "Variant of Margaret - Pearl"
  • Margrit "Pearl"

Greek     Back to top
  • Amethyst "A purple or violet gemstone"
  • Coral "From the coral of the sea"
  • Coralie "From the coral of the sea"
  • Coralin "From the coral of the sea"
  • Coralina "From the coral of the sea"
  • Coraline "From the coral of the sea"
  • Errita "Pearl"
  • Esmeralda "Emerald"
  • Esmerelda "Emerald"
  • Ghita "Pearl"
  • Greta "Pearl"
  • Gretal "Pearl"
  • Gretchen "Pearl"
  • Grete "Pearl"
  • Gretel "Pearl"
  • Gryta "Pearl"
  • Irta "Pearl"
  • Maggie "Pearl"
  • Majorie "Pearl"
  • Margalo "Pearl"
  • Margaret "Pearl"
  • Margareta "Pearl"
  • Margaretta "Pearl"
  • Margarita "Pearl"
  • Margeret "Pearl"
  • Margery "Pearl"
  • Margolo "Pearl"
  • Marjory "Pearl"
  • Marketa "Pearl"
  • Sapphira "Jewel"
  • Sapphire "Jewel"

Hebrew     Back to top
  • Gazit "Cut stone"
  • Gisa "Cut stone"
  • Giza "Cut stone"
  • Penina "Pearl"
  • Peninah "Pearl"
  • Sapphire "Beautiful"
  • Tsifira "Crown"

Hindi     Back to top
  • Charusheela "Beautiful jewel" NEW!
  • Chitrangada "With wonderful limbs; with bejeweled arms" NEW!
  • Chudamari "Most excellent, best; jewel" NEW!
  • Chudika "Most excellent, best; jewel" NEW!
  • Chudikadevi "Most excellent, best; jewel" NEW!
  • Devamani "Jewel of the gods" NEW!
  • Gulika "Pearl" NEW!
  • Gunratna "Jewel of virtue" NEW!
  • Jabarjad "Peridot" NEW!
  • Johar "Jewel" NEW!
  • Heera "Diamond" NEW!
  • Kulamani "Jewel of the family" NEW!
  • Mala "Jewelry, or necklace" NEW!
  • Mani "Jewel" NEW!
  • Manibhushan "An ornament of jewels; the very best jewel" NEW!
  • Manjusha "Jewel box" NEW!
  • Meenal "Precious gem" NEW!
  • Muniratna" "Jewel among sages" NEW!
  • Nagina "Jewel" NEW!
  • Neelam "Jewel; sapphire" NEW!
  • Neelamani "Blue jewel" NEW!
  • Panna "Name of a jewel; emerald" NEW!
  • Pannalal "Jewel; emerald" NEW!
  • Paramani "Excellent jewel" NEW!
  • Pukhraj "A yellow jewel; topaz" NEW!
  • Rahuratna "Jewel of Rahu, hyacinth flower" NEW!
  • Rajamani "Crown jewel, royal gem" NEW!
  • Ratna "Jewel, wealth" NEW!
  • Ratnabala Jeweled" NEW!
  • Ratnabali "String of pearls" NEW!
  • Ratnajyoti "Light from a jewel" NEW!
  • Ratnalekha "The beauty of jewels" NEW!
  • Ratnali "Jeweled" NEW!
  • Ratnam "Jewel, wealth" NEW!
  • Ratnamala "Necklace of jewels" NEW!
  • Ratnamalavati "With a necklace of jewels" NEW!
  • Ratnangi "Whole body adorned with jewels" NEW!
  • Ratnaprabha "Earth; light from a jewel" NEW!
  • Ratnapriya "One who likes jewels" NEW!
  • Ratnavali "Bunch of jewels" NEW!
  • Reena "Gem" NEW!
  • Sabaratnam "Jewel of dancers; Siva" NEW!
  • Taj "Crown; jewel" NEW!
  • Tamda "Garnet" NEW!
  • Upaj "Opal" NEW!
  • Upala "A jewel" NEW!

Hungarian     Back to top
  • Gitta "Pearl"
  • Margo "Variant of Margaret - pearl"

Irish     Back to top
  • Maille "Pearl"
  • Mailsi "Pearl"
  • Meadhbh "Happiness or pearl"
  • Megdn "Pearl"
  • Meghan "Pearl"

Italian     Back to top
  • Cameo "A sculptured jewel"
  • Esmeralda "Emerald"
  • Gemma "Jewel"
  • Ghita "Pearl"
  • Gioia "Gem"
  • Margherita "Pearl"
  • Rubina "Ruby"

Japanese     Back to top
  • Tama "Ball, jewel"
  • Tamako "Jewel child"
  • Tamayo "Jewel generation"

Latin     Back to top
  • Coral "Semi-precious sea growth often deep pink or red"
  • Coraline "From coral"
  • Gem "Gem; a jewel"
  • Gemma "Gem; a jewel"
  • Gemmalyn "Gem; a jewel"
  • Gemmalynn "Gem; a jewel"
  • Jewel "Precious stone"
  • Meralda "Emerald. Abbreviation of Esmeralda."
  • Pearl "Pearl"
  • Pearla "Pearl"
  • Pearle "Precious"
  • Pearlina "Precious"
  • Pearline "Precious"
  • Rubetta "Little precious ruby"
  • Ruby "Precious red jewel"
  • Ruhette "Little precious ruby"
  • Topaz "Jewel"

Native American     Back to top
  • Ituha "White stone"
  • Izusa "White stone"

Persian     Back to top
  • Almas "Diamond"
  • Bolour "Crystal"
  • Feerouzeh "Turquoise"
  • Gowhar "Jewel"
  • Manizeh "Jewel of a lady"
  • Marjan "Coral (mar-ZHAHN)"
  • Marjaneh "Coral"
  • Morvareed "Pearl"
  • Morvarid "Pearl"
  • Yakand "Ruby"
  • Zivar "Jewel"
  • Zomorod "Emerald"

Polish     Back to top
  • Margisia "Polish form of Margaret - Pearl"
  • Margita "Pearl"

Portuguese     Back to top
  • Esmeralda "Emerald"
  • Joia "Jewel"
  • Margarita "Pearl"
Russian     Back to top
  • Margarete "Russian form of Margaret "pearl""
  • Margosha "Russian form of Margaret "pearl""

Sanskrit     Back to top
  • Bharani "Jewel"
  • Chintaamani "Mythological jewel that can grant wishes"
  • Mani "Jewel, gemstone"
  • Manighana "Pearl"
  • Upala "Jewel"
  • Vajramani "Diamond"

Scandinavian     Back to top
  • Diamant "Diamond"
  • Greetje "A pearl"
  • Greta "Pearl"
  • Gretje "A pearl"
  • Griet "A pearl"
  • Jette "Jet (black stone) (YEH-teh, YUH-teh)"
  • Juvel "Jewel"
  • Mai "A pearl (from Margaret) (MEE)"
  • Maj "Short for Margaret - pearl"
  • Margareta "Pearl"
  • Margarete "Pearl (mar-geh-REH-teh)"
  • Margarethe "A pearl (mar-geh-REH-theh)"
  • Margit "Pearl"
  • Margrethe "A pearl (mar-GRETH-eh)"
  • Margriet "A pearl"
  • Merete "Short for Margaret - a pearl"
  • Mette "Short for Margaret - pearl"
  • Rubine "Ruby"

Scottish     Back to top
  • Maggie "Scottish form of Margaret "pearl""
  • Mai "Scottish form of Margaret "pearl""
  • Marcail "Pearl"

Spanish     Back to top
  • Amatista "Amethyst"
  • Alhaja "Jewel"
  • Emerald "The prized green emerald gemstone"
  • Esma "Emerald"
  • Esme "Emerald"
  • Esmeralda "Emerald"
  • Esmerelda "Emerald"
  • Margarita "Pearl"
  • Rita "Pearl"
  • Rubi "Ruby"

Swedish     Back to top
  • Greta "Pearl"
  • Maj "Pearl"
  • Maja "Pearl"
  • Margareta "Pearl"
  • Margit "Pearl"

Turkish     Back to top
  • Marjan "Coral (mar-ZHAHN)"

Welsh     Back to top
  • Creiddylad "Jewel of the sea"
  • Marged "Pearl"
  • Margred "Pearl"
  • Meagan "Variant of Margaret - "pearl"
  • Meaghan "Variant of Margaret - "pearl"
  • Meggan "Variant of Margaret - "pearl
  • Meghan "Pearl"
  • Mererid "Peral"
  • Saffir "Sapphire"
  • Talaith "Diadem"

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