Jade

Jade, is the common name of about 150 ornamental stones, but belongs properly only to nephrite, a pale grey, yellowish, or white mineral found in New Zealand, Siberia, and chiefly in China, where it is highly valued.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Jacques Bonhomme * Jael
Jacobins
Jacobites
Jacobites
Jacobs
Jacobus
Jacoby, Johan
Jacotot, Jean Joseph
Jacquard Loom
Jacquerie
Jacques Bonhomme
Jade
Jael
Jaen
Jaggannatha
Jaghir
Jahn, Fred. L.
Jahn, Johan
Jahn, Otto
Jail Fever
Jainas
Jalapa

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Jade in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable