The baby name Jaida is an alternative spelling of the more common Jada. While Jada remains a top 1,000 baby name for girls in the United States, it seems to be on its way out after hitting its peak during the 2000s. Jaida itself hasn't been on the list since 2015. But don't let that deter you — it just means there won't be five little girls named Jada or Jaida in your little one's kindergarten class.
Meaning of the name Jaida:
English: Precious gemstone
Hebrew: Knowledgable one
Origin of the name Jaida:
Jaida, which is an alternative spelling of Jada, has two potential origin stories. The first is that it's simply a derivative of Jade, the precious mineral used to make jewelry and fancy home decor. The second is that it's a biblical name that's derived from the Hebrew word “yadha,” which means “knowledgeable one.” In the Bible, Jada is a male, the son of Onam.
Symbolism of the name Jaida:
As for symbolism, new parents may see their baby girl as a precious stone like Jade. For those who believe the Hebrew origin, they may choose the name as a symbol that their daughter will grow up to be full of knowledge.
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Gender of the name Jaida:
Jaida is a girl's name.
Pronunciation of the name Jaida:
Number of syllables in the name Jaida:
Emotion evoked from the name Jaida:
The baby name Jaida evokes images of someone who is strong, powerful, and a great leader.
Alternative spellings for the name Jaida:
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Popularity of the name Jaida:
According to the Social Security Administration, Jaida was a top 1,000 baby name for girls in the United States between 1998 and 2015. It was most popular in 2008 when it ranked at number 518, and it last ranked at number 898 in 2015.
Related names for the name Jaida:
Great middle names for Jaida and their meanings:
- Beatrice (blessed)
- Diamond (diamond)
- Ruby (precious red stone)
- Rose (flower)
- Ann (grace)
- Luna (moon)
- Alexandra (protector of men)
- Olivia (olive tree)
- Willow (willow tree)
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