Jadeis the (usually green-colored) gemstone.
Jade may also refer to:
German coast of Lower Saxony:
Jade, Germany, a municipality and one of its towns
Jade River (New Zealand)
Jade Mountain, Taiwan
* White Jade,
Yurungkash Riverin western China
Jade Villalon(born 1980), American singer & songwriter.
Claude Jade(1948-2006), French actress
Ms. Jade(born c. 1978), American rapper
Layla Jade(born 1980), British actress & model
Samantha Jade(born 1987), Australian singer
Jade Goody(born 1981), British reality star.
Jade (Mortal Kombat)
* Jade, "Beyond Good & Evil" heroine
* Jade, character in "Fahrenheit" a.k.a. "Indigo Prophecy"
* Jade Curtiss, character in "Tales of the Abyss"
* Jade, character in "Breath of Fire"
Mara Jade, in the "Star Wars" universe
Comics and animation:
Jade (comics), from DC Comics
Jade (Chaos comics), female vampire
* Jade, "Shadow Raiders" TV-series character
* Jade Fontaine, character in webcomic "PvP"
Jade (Kinnikuman), character in series "Ultimate Muscle"
* Jade Chan, niece in "Jackie Chan Adventures" animated series
* Jade, character from novel "The Prophecy of the Stones"
* Jade Vernon, character from book series "The Traces"
Jade (doll), in Bratz line
JADE (particle detector)
JADE (programming language)
JADE, Japanese cipher machine
Java Agent Development Framework
Jade (SGML), software
Jade (given name)
* Hong Kong TV channel
Jade (UK band), an English folk rock band from 1970
Jade (U.S. band), an American R&B music group from the 1990s
* Titled expresssive works:
** "Jade" (film), a 1995 William Friedkin film
** "Jade" (album), an album by Sweetbox
European Confederation of Junior Enterprises
Jade Stadiumin Christchurch, New Zealand
Jade Emperor, Taoist god
Jade engine, software
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