- n. A female given name.
- From jade, taken into general use in the 1970s. (Wiktionary)
“January 19, 2007 at 9:15 pm sorry gotta say that i agree with salaryman absoloutley no reacism in it. jus jade danielle and jo being idiots. they feel inferior to shilpa and so they fight with her but i can’t help but feel sorry for Jade when she comes out and wonder what the rest of the world is going to think of Britain.”
“i bough the issue and was amazed and disgusted at OK magazine, jade is still alive, its all about getting their first and the cash and yes i do beleive Jade has had an amazing life i have been a huge fan since bb3”
“Today, using the name "Jade Vixen," Maa describes herself online as a "fetish model" who likes latex clothing.”
“After the two of them left the bathroom, the name Jade kept ringing in Brianna’s ears.”
“Remember he doesnâ€ ™ t come aloneâ€ ¦ the big guy brought a certain Jade Giant to the partyâ€ ¦ keep visiting our site for more sneak peeks an updates! via Kotobukiya”
“Jade is survived by her husband, golf-club tester Jack Tweedy, and two children, and we offer them our sympathy.”
“Jade is to receive a State Funeral at Westminster Abbey, to be presided over by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who she counted among her personal friends.”
“Jade is in high school and doesn't have a job, and my stipend as a research assistant barely covers my efficiency apartment and the food I buy, which is expensive — raw nuts and seeds, yogurt farmed in small batches, organic apricot juice.”
“Back in Jade's kitchen, I browse a couple that happen to be lying on her table as she makes another coffee.”
“As far as I know Jade is still a virgin, although I think that Mr. Biebel molested her when she was nine.”
Looking for tweets for Jade.