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A famous bearer is the singer, Jewel.
-- Anonymous User  5/21/2005
Jewel is the name of the unicorn in "The Last Battle," the final volume of "The Chronicles of Narnia" series by C.S. Lewis.
-- breakofday  12/21/2005
I don't like it much. Ruby, Emerald, Amethyst, Topaz, Opal, Garnet, Pearl, etc. are much more interesting and specific than Jewel, plus it seems nickname-y because lots of girls I know named Julia are called Jules or Jule. Lastly I think it falls under the "tacky English word names" category along with Precious, Treasure, and Cherish. Gemma is much nicer.
-- SeaHorse15  12/29/2005
Also means "Joy" although I can't remember where that meaning comes from.
-- Anonymous User  1/20/2006
This is my name and it is probably one of the best names out there. It tells me I'm worth something on my down days.
-- starbright  2/7/2006
The actress Jewel Staite is a famous bearer.
-- WCSAngel  4/4/2006
My sister's name is Jeweliann. My mom liked "Julie," but wanted something different. Unfortunately, a lot of people pronounce it like "Julian."
-- breakofday  5/23/2006
There is a famous singer named Jewel Kiltcher.
-- emiliana94  8/4/2006
There is nothing wrong with any name because they are mostly all unique and have their own meanings. Some names are very popular but not Jewel which makes it a special name.
-- emiliana94  8/4/2006
My sister is a complete hippy so when she gave birth to a lovely girl the poor thing nearly ended up with the name Jewel Summer Rainbow Pearl. By themselves these names are o.k. I suppose but it's sort of cruel to give them all to a child like that. Her hubby and my mum weren't too pleased either so luckily the baby escaped with the name Keisha Jewel Isabella.
-- Luangi  4/12/2007
The modern French word for "jewel" is "bijou" and the English word is related to it by way of "juel", which most likely came from the Latin "jocale" and/or "jocus", meaning "pastime, sport," or "a thing which causes joy".
-- leananshae  12/18/2007
Jewel is the name of a grocery store.
-- Anonymous User  3/14/2008
In As I Lay Dying, by William Faulkner, Jewel Bundren is one of the (male) main characters.
-- Aqua  3/29/2008
I love this name, though that may be a bit biased seeing as it's my own name! I really like it because it makes me feel happy when people say my name, like I'm this special Jewel glowing in the dark and no one can put out my light, no matter how hard they try.
-- JewellPhoenix  4/16/2008
This name doesn't have a very pleasant sound, and it's actually pretty dull as a choice.
-- slight night shiver  4/24/2008
Jewel Osco, American grocery store.
-- erb816  4/30/2009
Jewel McGowan was a dancer of Lindy Hop, a form of swing dance, in the 1940s and 1950s.
-- Anonymous User  7/15/2009
This name sounds nice on a girl, because it makes me think of jewels, as well as the singer. I can't picture this on a boy. It's too feminine.
-- bananarama  9/2/2009
I don't like this name. It's tacky.
-- Alora  4/20/2010
Really ugly and tacky sounding.
-- Chrila96  12/24/2010
I definitely think it can sound tacky, but I adore it for a middle name. It can bring elegance and femininity to a more unisex name, which I'm into for girls.
-- krisscouture  5/5/2011
In the movie, Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte, there is a character named Jewel, who is the murderess of her husband.
-- Anonymous User  5/6/2011
I didn't know this was masculine as well. It seems much more feminine to me.
-- Joy12  5/9/2011
A famous bearer is Jewel Belair Staite, who starred as Kaywinnit Lee 'Kaylee' Frye in the short lived sci fi series Firefly.
-- Anonymous User  6/20/2011
Might also originate from the English word "Jewel" which is derived from Jewelry. Like, precious stones and stuff.
-- butterflysmile  8/30/2011
I can't picture this as a female name thanks to Jewel Bundren from "As I Lay Dying." Not even the overrated singer can make it feminine in my eyes, it's ALL boy.
-- Anonymous User  5/26/2012
I think this name have a cool rock star feel to it. Also this is nowhere close as tacky as treasure. At least this sounds like a real name and is unique. anyways the name Gemma sucks. it's like Emma with a G.
-- 555jazzy  2/2/2013
Tacky and ghetto! Go with Julia instead! Or if you want a gem name, maybe Ruby?
-- Oohvintage  3/5/2013
'Jewel' is the type of woman who will have your back, she's wise beyond her years, and everyone feels uplifted in her presence. That's the impression I have of this gorgeous name.
-- Bluefield  11/20/2013
I'm not a huge fan of gem names and I don't really plan on ever naming a daughter of mine after one. However, I think Jewel is the best gem name there is. It has history to it and has been used for quite some time, and it doesn't sound like it came out of a science fiction novel. I feel like it works easily as a name.
-- Icycoldhot  11/30/2013

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