When you’re expecting, you have all kinds of things that you are trying to figure out.
Where will the baby sleep? What will the baby eat? What will you even name your baby?!
Coming up with a name for your baby is a big responsibility, so it’s easy to see why people spend so much time on Google looking for the perfect first name.
However, when you focus so much on finding an amazing first name, you might end up settling on a middle name you don’t love!
That’s why I’ve been putting together my How To Pick A Middle Name series. So with a quick glance, you can find the perfect middle name for your daughter!
Without any further ado, here are the best middle names for a girl named Jade.
I’ve compiled these from baby name databases, parent discussion forums, and other sources then whittled them down to the ones I personally think sound the best.
Hope it helps!
Middle name ideas for a girl named Jade
Let’s get right into the list.
There are lots of good ideas here from real parents of real Jades around the world! But if you don’t find “the one,” just use this list as a jumping off point.
My favorite middle names for Jade are Jade MacKenzie and Jade Victoria.
I like how these multi-syllabic names flow so well with Jade. There are so many choices, though, so you should pick the ones that sound the best to you!
Meaning of the name Jade
According to BabyCenter, Jade represents a semi-precious green gemstone in English.
Its Spanish origin means “jewel” and “stone of the side.”
The name Jade hit a peak in 2002 and now sits at number 141 on the popularity list for girl names for 2021.
Jade is often thought to be one of the most beautiful stones, and the Incas considered it the “stone of the gods.”
Some famous Jades are UK singer Jade Amelia Thirlwall and jewelry and home designer Jade Jezebel Jagger, daughter of Mick Jagger.
Hopefully you found a few good “finalists” on the list above, but if not, I encourage you to keep looking.
There’s a wealth of ideas in discussion forums on sites like Nameberry and Babycenter — or you could even crack open a baby book!
And before you go, check out some of my favorite guides for expecting parents like:
- What’s a labor and delivery room like?
- Do all parents have instincts?
- Ways to celebrate a new baby (other than cigars)
Hope this helps!