Jade ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Jade ( noun )

  1. A green or white mineral that is a type of jadeite or nephrite, used in ornaments and carvings.
  2. An object made of jade.
  3. A pale green color like that of jade.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french jade, via spanish from latin ilia "flanks, loins", from greek īlos.

Examples:

  1. The jade statue was ancient.
  2. The jade ring was valuable.
  3. The jade color of the walls was soothing.
  4. The jade ornament was a precious heirloom.
  5. The jade necklace was a beautiful piece of jewelry.

(As a verb)

Jade ( verb )

  1. A green or white mineral that is a type of jadeite or nephrite, used in ornaments and carvings.
  2. An object made of jade.
  3. A pale green color like that of jade.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french jade, via spanish from latin ilia "flanks, loins", from greek īlos.

Examples:

  1. The jade statue was ancient.
  2. The jade ring was valuable.
  3. The jade color of the walls was soothing.
  4. The jade ornament was a precious heirloom.
  5. The jade necklace was a beautiful piece of jewelry.
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