Birth Flowers

Which Flowers R U?

Birth Flowers

Birthday flowers are the most preferred gifts throughout the world, as the birthday flowers hold the potential of making anyone feel special. Today the market is flooded with different kind of birthday flowers and birthday flower arrangements, which can be gifted to someone special on their birthday for turning their day into an extraordinary one.

However sometimes it becomes a little difficult to choose the perfect birthday flowers for different kind of people as you need to take care of the character of the people, your relationship with them and last but not the least you need to take care of your budget also. Secondly you also need to take care of some special things while selecting the birthday flowers for people belonging to different genders.

Birthday Flowers For Men

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Men may seem to be very tough and strong with a strong liking for all the masculine things but the fact remains that even they love to get birthday flowers, which can provide a sense of beauty to their lives. The perfect birthday flowers for men may be those birthday flowers, which are vibrant in color like roses, carnations, daisies and Gerber flowers. For the men who are of a practical proposition, it is best to add some Birthday gift along with the birthday flowers. You can also select any particular birthday flower which are liked by men in particular then be it Orchids or Cactus. If you are selecting the birthday flowers for your dad or son then the birthday flowers should be such which can reveal your appreciation and love for them. While selecting the birthday flowers for husbands the birthday flowers should be passionate and loving.

Birthday Flowers For Women

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Everyone is aware of the women’s love for the different kinds of flowers. Well this love is appropriate also, as the flowers are beautiful, graceful and have the ability to make the recipient feel special. If you are selecting the birthday flowers for your daughter or your mom then the birthday flowers should be cheerful and full of affection like Tulips, Gerber daisies or any particular favorite flower of the concerned woman. Red roses can be the best option for the birthday flowers for wives or girlfriends. If the relationship with your wife or your girlfriend has just started then you can go for pink colored roses

Birthday Flowers For Children

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Children don’t usually like to birthday flowers only for their birthday presents. So you can include a nice birthday gift with the birthday flowers for their birthday. The birthday flowers for children should be bright in color, which can indicate towards the energy associated with the children.

Popular Birth Flowers

Birth Flowers -Daisies January birth flowers is Carnation
Birth Flowers -Carnation

Carnation is also called dianthus. It means “divine flower” or “flower of the gods” in Latin. Carnation is also the flower of affection. Giving a person a white carnation is indicate to friendship. Red Carnations means longing while the pink ones signify romance. Yellow carnations, on the other hand, convey rejection

Birth Flowers -Daisies February birth flowers is Violet

Birth Flowers -Violet

Violet is the flower of faithfulness in love and of chastity. The violet is given by a lover to his loved one to tell her that he will always stay true. This most applies to the purple-petaled violets. The white ones convey the message of taking the chance of giving her his heart.

Birth Flowers -Daisies March birth flowers is Daffodil (Jonquil)

Birth Flowers -Daffodil

Daffodil or Jonquil is the flower that signifies friendship and happiness at home. It is also the flower used to express unrequited love for another person.

Daffodil symbolize rebirth and new beginnings, the daffodil is virtually synonymous with spring. Chinese legend has it that if a daffodil bulb is forced to bloom during the New Year, it will bring good luck.

Daffodils is said to ensure happiness. But always remember to present daffodils in a bunch – the same legends that associate this cheerful flower with good fortune warn us that when given as a single bloom, a daffodil can foretell misfortune.

Birth Flowers -Daisies

Birth Flowers -Daisies April birth flowers is Daisies

Daisy signifies innocence and modesty because of its daintiness despite the boldness of its colors. Daisies are given by a man to a woman after spending a pleasant time with her.

Birth Flowers -Daisies May birth flowers is Lily of the Valley, Sunflower

Birth Flowers -Sun Flower

Legend has it that the lily of the valley sprouted from the tears wept by Eve when she and Adam were cast away from Eden. It symbolically shows purity, chastity and humility, with its small, bell-shaped blossoms that tend to clump together. The lily of the valley also means the return of happiness, which is the reason why it is often used as decorations in weddings.

Birth Flowers -Daisies June birth flowers is Rose

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Rose is the queen of flowers. It has long been known as the flower of passion, which each color conveying a message pertaining to love. Rose Flower is a perfect way to say “I love You” and always a special place to mark the occasion and feeling of love. The anagram of rose is “EROS” which means the Greek god of love. That’s why rose has been popular used on Valentines Day.

Each color offers a distinct meaning: red, the lover’s rose, signifies enduring passion; white, humility and innocence; yellow, expressing friendship and joy; pink, gratitude, appreciation and admiration; orange, enthusiasm and desire; white lilac and purple roses represent enchantment and love at first sight. The number of stems in a rose bouquet can also express specific sentiments.

Birth Flowers -Daisies July birth flowers is Larkspur

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The larkspur represents an open heart and ardent attachment and convey a feeling of lightness and levity. It is the symbol for openness and lightness, and sometimes for fickleness. Fickleness is the message behind the pink larkspur in the language of flowers, while joy is one behind the white. Purple meant to say that his receiver is a very sweet person.

Larkspur derived from the Greek word “delphis,” meaning dolphin, delphinium are also commonly known as larkspur. Other names include Lark’s Heel, Lark’s Claw and Knight’s Spur. Used by Native Americans and European settlers to make blue dye, it’s believed that the most ancient use of delphinium flowers was for driving away scorpions.

Birth Flowers -Daisies August birth flowers is Lily, Gladiolus

Birth Flowers -Lily

Gladiolus named after gladiators for their sword-like shape. It signifies to the flower of strength and courage, as well as for sincerity and forthrightness. Gladiolus is supposed to mean the love at first sight.

Birth Flowers -Daisies September birth flowers is Forget-Me-Not, Morning Glory

Birth Flowers -Morning Glory

Morning Glory is Latin for star. This dainty flower is supposed to denote faith in one’s love, as well as wisdom and bravery. To give a loved one a bouquet of Morning Glory is to ask him or her to take care.

Birth Flowers -Daisies October birth flowers is Calendula (Marigold), Camellia

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In India, Marigold is considered to be the holiest among flowers. Marigolds are often strung together into necklaces and placed around the necks of religious statues as an offering. While in western side, marigolds signifies the sorrow and sympathy.

Birth Flowers -Daisies November birth flowers is Chrysanthemum

Birth Flowers -Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum is the imperial flower of Japan. It represents friendship and signify a secret love and longing. Red means love. Yellow means slighted love and white means truth.

The chrysanthemum flower, also known as the mum, is a flowering perennial plant of the genus Chrysanthemum in the daisy family. Chrysanthemums were cultivated in China as a flowering herb as far back as the 15th century BCE. An ancient Chinese city was named Chu-Hsien, meaning “chrysanthemum city”.

The flower was introduced into Japan probably in the 8th century CE, and the Emperor adopted the flower as his official seal. There is a “Festival of Happiness” in Japan that celebrates the flower. Japanese consider the orderly unfolding of the chrysanthemum’s petals to represent perfection, and Confucius once suggested they be used as an object of meditation. It’s said that a single petal of this celebrated flower placed at the bottom of a wine glass will encourage a long and healthy life.

The flower was brought to the Western World in the 17th century. It was named by Carolus Linnaeus from the Greek prefix chrys-, which means golden (the color of the original flowers), and -anthemon, meaning flower.

Birth Flowers -Daisies December birth flowers is Holly, Narcissus

Birth Flowers -Narcissus

The act of giving flowers is also a language in itself. Each flower is said to have its very own meaning, and the meaning of a particular flower when given to a person conveys a message that corresponds to the flower’s meaning to that person. How a flower became associated with a particular month and got referred to as a birth flower is simply because the said flower is more in season on that month than on any other month. Over time, birth flowers came to have a special meaning of their own and are lovely gifts to give your loved one regardless of occasion.

Birthday SMS/Quotes

Popular Birthday SMS, Birthday Quotes, Birthday Sayings Collection Birthday Celebration.

Popular Birthday SMS

For the world, it’s just another day,
But for me today is the best day of the year!
Happy Birthday my love 🙂

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“Happy Birthday F-R-I-E-N-D :)”

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“Wish you a many many happy returns of the day. May God bless you with health, wealth and prosperity in your life HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU.”

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A Birthday is A Million Moments, Each holding A Promise of Fulfillment Of ur Dreams, & Accomplishments of some Special Plans. Wish u a very Happy B’Day”

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“Somebody up there loves you
Somebody down here cares for you
Happy Birthday!!”

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“Wishing u a day soft as silk…
white as milk…
sweet as honey&full of money…
may all ur dreams come true….

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“How do you expect me to remember your birthday, when you never look any older?”

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“Many many happy returns of the day and May u Live long as L-o-n-g as more Than Devil”

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“The best way to remember your wife’s birthday is to forget it once.”

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“May this birthday be just the beginning of a year filled with happy memories, wonderful moments and shinning dreams”

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“Wake up happy…
Chase a cloud…
Laugh out loud…
Whistle a tune…
Whisper a promise…
Savor a memory…
Make it a gr8 day…

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“Wishing you not just a smile but laughter,
Not just happiness but joy,
Not just riches but wealth,
And most of all love and peace of mind”…“Happy Birthday~”

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The day has ome and its so special.
Today is your birthday.
I wish you love, wisdom, and strenght, on this special day.Happy Birthday!

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“Before the clock strikes twelve let me take the opportunity to let you know that you have grown a year more…Happy birthday…”

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“Receive this “Gift” of “SALAM” – wrapped with “AFFECTION” tied with `LUV” & sealed with “DUA” 2 keep *U* safe & “HAPPY” on this `SPECIAL DAY” *Happy Birthday*”

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“On your birthday,
I would like to give you
some words of wisdom
Smile while you still have teeth
Many many happy returns of the day”

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“Fresh air… fresh idea…
fresh talent… fresh energy…
i wish u to have a…
special sunday..
marvellous monday…
tasty tuesday…
wonderful wednesday…
thankful thursday…
friendly friday…
successful saturday…
*have a great week ahead*

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“Wish you a very happy birthday
May life lead you 2 great happiness
success and hope dat
all your wishes comes true!
enjoy your day.”

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“Some things r left undone,
some words r left unsaid,
some feelings are left unexpressed,
but some ones as nice as you
could never be left unwished,
happy birth day to u!”

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“Congratulations to you, my old friend,
Birthday wishes to you, I do send.

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You look good for your age, I could say,
But you look good to me any day.

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When I look in the mirror, I sigh,
‘Cause I know the mirror doesn’t lie.

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You’re aging like me, so you surely can see
That you’re getting to be an old guy.”

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“On your birthday I wish you much pleasure and joy;
I hope all of your wishes come true.”

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“LIKE A FRESH DEWDROPS of a new day…
may GOD’S loving u hands be upon u today
to freshen ur soul & body! HAPPY B-DAY.”

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“if kisses were rain id send u showers,
if fun was time id send u hrs,
if u needed a friend id send u me!”

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“Hey,u r 1 year older now,1 year smarter now,1 year bigger now,and now u r 1 year closer to all your wishes..happy birthday”

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“Happy birthday to you,even though i wish it earlier i dun care.
Dun forget bout our friendship…that we’ve shared.”

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“Fly in the plane of ambition,
and land on the airport of success,
Luck is yours,
wish is mine
may ur future
always shine. . .

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“Lovely msg for a Lovely Person from Lovely Friend 4 a Lovely Reason at a Lovely Time form a Lovely Mind in a Lovely Mood in a Lovely Style Have a Lovely “BirthDay”

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“The museum curator called today and spoke in animated tones. He has a team of scientists who want to carbon date your bones!! Have a great birthday.”

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Kick off ur shoes, take a break, Crank the tunes, Dance & Shake, light the candles, cut the cake. Make it a day, that’s simply Great!!! Happy B’Day….

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A smile is a curve that sets everything straight
and wipes wrinkle away
hope u share a lots and receive a lots 4 days 2 come
happy birthday …….

Birthday Background

Birthday in One’s Life 🙂

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Birthday is the name given to the day that some people in many cultures celebrate the anniversary of the day they were born. It is often marked by a birthday party and/or friends when gifts are given to the person celebrating the birthday. It is also customary to treat people specially on their birthday, either generally acceding to their wishes, or subjecting them to a rite of transition.

It is thought the large-scale celebration of birthdays in Europe began with the cult of Mithras, which originated in Persia but was spread by soldiers throughout the Roman Empire. Such celebrations were uncommon previously so practices from other contexts such as the Saturnalia were adapted for birthdays. Because many Roman soldiers took to Mithraism, it had a wide distribution and influence throughout the empire until it was supplanted by Christianity. The Jewish perspective on birthday celebrations is disputed by various rabbis.

Celebration of birthdays is not universal. Some people prefer name day celebrations, and Jehovah’s Witnesses do not celebrate either, considering their origins to be pagan festivals along with Christmas and Easter. Some adults loathe celebrating it as it reminds them that they are getting progressively older.

Typical birthday party decorations include balloons , streamers and confetti. For special birthdays and for when the number of candles might be considered impractical or a fire hazard, special candles are substituted for the many individual candles in the shape of a numeral. For example, on the fifth birthday there may be one candle on the cake in the shape of the numeral 5, and on the fiftieth birthday there may be two candles on the cake, one in the shape of the numeral 5 followed by the other in the shape of the numeral 0.

A birthday is considered a special day for the person, and so the person will often get special treatment from friends and family. This is especially true for children who cannot wait for their own special day. In addition to parties, people often receive gifts on their birthday.

Birthday parties for children often include fun games which are relevant to the local culture, or the visit of a magician to entertain. There are also traditions of surprise parties. Not all traditions are equally generous. In certain circles the birthday boy or girl is expected to treat their party guests; this varies depending on the local culture and may involve party gifts or other nice gesture. In some cultures the birthday at which the youngster reaches the legal age for alcohol consumption may be celebrated with a party at which free or abundant alcoholic drinks are available.

Sashtiabdhapoorthi is a Sanskrit name for a special ceremony on a person’s sixtieth birthday. It has a special place in the Hindu tradition since the Hindu calendar follows a 60-year cycle. On this day, all the celestial bodies are said to align in exactly the same way they were during the birth of the individual concerned. The entire family gathers to give and seek blessings to and from the subject for continued good health and prosperity. The subject and their spouse reaffirm their wedding vows and there is a re-enactment of their wedding ceremony.

East Asian age reckoning is a concept that originated in China and is used in East Asian countries. Several East Asian cultures, such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese, share a traditional way of counting a person’s age. Newborns start at one year old, and each passing of a New Year, rather than the birthday, adds one year to the person’s age; this results in people being between 1–2 years older in Asian reckoning than in the Western version. Today this system is commonly used in Koreans’ daily life, with exceptions to the legal system and newspaper. In China and Japan it is used for traditional fortune-telling or religion, and it is disappearing in daily life between peoples.


Birthday Song/Lyrics


Birthday Song & Lyrics

“Happy Birthday to You” is a song which is sung to celebrate the anniversary of a person’s birth. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, “Happy Birthday to You” is the most popular song in the English language, followed by “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow” and “Auld Lang Syne.” The song has been translated into many languages, though it is often sung with the English lyrics even in countries where English is not a primary language.
“Happy Birthday to You” is often sung when a birthday cake is brought to a party table before the birthday boy or girl blows the candles out on the cake.
The melody of “Happy Birthday to You” was written by American sisters Patty Hill and Mildred J. Hill in 1893 when they were school teachers in Louisville, Kentucky. The verse was originally intended as a classroom greeting entitled “Good Morning to All”. The version as we know it was copyrighted in 1935 by the Summy Company as an arrangement by Preston Ware Orem, and is scheduled to expire in 2030 in the USA. In Canada and other countries where copyright spans the life of the author plus 50 years, the copyright expired in 1985. This was the first known written version to include the lyrics.

The company holding the copyright was purchased by Warner Chappell in 1990 for $15 million, with the value of “Happy Birthday” estimated at $5 million. While the current copyright status of the song is unclear, Warner claims that unauthorized public performances of the song are technically illegal unless royalties are paid to them. It is unknown, but speculated upon who wrote the lyrics to “Happy Birthday to You.”
Birthday Song - Teddy Bear

There can be nothing better than conveying your birthday wishes to your loved ones in the form of birthday songs. The birthday songs have the potential of giving the path of words to your feelings. But the birthday songs should be selected with much care, as the song should be dedicated entirely to the birthday boy or girl.
The birthday songs should be melodious, soft in listening and should have the lyrics, which can be remembered for the entire life. So you must pay extra attention towards the lyrics of the birthday songs.

Well here are some nice birthday songs along with their lyrics as composed by popular artists.

Birthday Song By Don McLean

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If I could say the things I feel, it wouldn’t be the same
Some things are not spoken of, some things have no name
Though the words come hard to me, I’ll say them just for you
For this is something rare for me this feeling is so new

You see I love the way you love me
I love the way you smile at me
I love the way we live this life we’re in

Long ago I heard the song that lovers sing to me
And through the days with each new phrase I hummed that melody
And all along I loved the song but I never learned it through
But since the day you came along, I’ve saved it just for you

I don’t believe in magic but I do believe in you
And when you say you believe in me
there’s so much magic I can do

Now you see me now you don’t watch me dive below
Deep down in your love lake where the sweet fish come and go
And I might sink and I might drown but death don’t mean a thing
‘Cause life continues right or wrong when I play this birthday song
I learned from you, and you can’t even sing.

Birthday By The Beatles

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You say it’s your birthday
It’s my birthday too–yeah
They say it’s your birthday
We’re gonna have a good time
I’m glad it’s your birthday
Happy birthday to you.

Yes we’re going to a party party
Yes we’re going to a party party
Yes we’re going to a party party.

I would like you to dance–Birthday
Take a cha-cha-cha-chance-Birthday
I would like you to dance–Birthday


You say it’s your birthday
Well it’s my birthday too–yeah
You say it’s your birthday
We’re gonna have a good time
I’m glad it’s your birthday
Happy birthday to you.

Funny Happy Birthday Song By Adam Sandler

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Once a year we celebrate with stupid hats and plastic plates,
the fact that you were able to make another trip around the sun.
And the whole plan gathers round’ gifts and laughter do will bound,
we let out a joyful sound and sing that stupid song.

Happy Birthday, now your one year older.
Happy Birthday, your life still isn’t over.

Happy Birthday, you did not accomplish much.
But you didn’t die this year i guess that’s good enough.
So lets drink to your fading health, and hope you don’t remind yourself
your chance of finding fame and wealth decrease with every year.
Dose it feel like your doing laps, and eating food and taking naps,
and hoping that some day, perhaps, your life will hold some cheer.

Happy Birthday, what have you done that matters?
Happy Birthday, your starting to get fatter.

Happy Birthday, it’s downhill from now on.

Try not to remind yourself your best years are all gone.
If cryogenics were all free then you could live like Walt Disney and live
for all eternity inside a block of ice.
But instead your time is set this is the only life you get,
and though it hasen’t ended yet some times you wish it MIGHT!

Happy Birthday, you wish you had more money.
Happy Birthday, your lifes so sad it’s funny.
Happy Birthday, how much more can you take?

But your friends are hungry so just cut the stupid cake.
Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday, Dear…..

(Muttering) Ralph, Bill, Graphton, Stanley, Frank, Skippy the Butch Kangroo, Bob,
Starts with a G.. G.. Blah! Blah! Blah!

Happy Birthday By Steve Wonder

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You know it doesn’t make much sense
There ought to be a law against
Anyone who takes offense
At a day in your celebration
‘Cause we all know in our minds
That there ought to be a time
That we can set aside
To show just how much we love you
And I’m sure you will agree
It couldn’t fit more perfectly
Than to have a world party on the day you came to be

Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday

I just never understood
How a man who died for good
Could not have a day that would
Be set aside for his recognition
Because it should never be
Just because some cannot see
The dream as clear as he
That they should make it become an illusion
And we all know everything
That he stood for time will bring
For in peace our hearts will sing
Thanks to Martin Luther King

Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday

Why has there never been a holiday
Where peace is celebrated
all throughout the world

The time is overdue
For people like me and you
You know the way to truth
Is love and unity to all God’s children
It should be a great event
And the whole day should be spent
In full remembrance
Of those who lived and died for the oneness of
all people
So let us all begin
We know that love can win
Let it out don’t hold it in
Sing it loud as you can

Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday

(Background Stevie)
Happy birthday Ooh yeah
Happy birthday,
To you

We know the key to unity of all
Is in the dream that you had so
Long ago
That lives in all of the hearts
Of people
That believe in unity
We’ll make the dream become
A reality
I know we will
Because our hearts tell us so

Birth Stone


Birth Stone

Find the Best of Birthstone Gift

A birthstone is a gift of a precious material (jewelry, mainly gemstones; themselves traditionally associated with various qualities) that symbolizes the month of birth (in the Gregorian Calendar). It is sometimes also called birthday stone (cf. infra; but that word is, confusingly, sometimes used as a synonym for an anniversary gift, which is related to the recipient’s age, that is, year of birth).

There have been many different sets of birthstones used throughout history and in different cultures. In 1912, in an effort to standardize them, the American national association of jewelers, Jewelers of America, officially adopted the following list; it is currently the most widely used list in the United States and many other locations, including Australia and Thailand. Some alternates have been adopted to be a less expensive substitute for a cut stone.

Month Modern Birthstone Alternate Traditional Birthstone

January: Garnet Rose Quartz Garnet

Garnet would bring the wearer tranquility and protect against fevers and against harm during travel.

Birth Stone -Garnet Rose
February: Amethyst Onyx

Amethyst was used as a protection against drunkenness.

Birth Stone -Amethyst
March: Aquamarine Red Jasper (Bloodstone) Bloodstone, Jasper

Birth Stone -Aquamarine
April: Diamond Rock Crystal (Quartz) Diamond, Sapphire

a person who values courage might choose diamond as his signature stone since diamonds are said to ensure bravery for the wearer. (Diamond is also a symbol of fidelity in love, which is why they have become the special stone for engagement rings.

Birth Stone -Diamond

May: Emerald Chrysoprase Emerald, Agate

A woman hoping to have a child might wear emerald for fertility.
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June: Pearl, Moonstone Alexandrite Alexandrite, Emerald

Birth Stone -Pearl
July: Ruby Jade or Carnelian Ruby, Onyx

Ruby would bring the clarity of mind and protect against harm from natural.

Birth Stone -Ruby
August: Peridot Aventurine, Sardonyx, or Sapphire Sardonyx, Carnelian September Sapphire Lapis lazuli Sapphire, Peridot
A person plagued by nightmares might choose to wear peridot as protection against them.

Birth Stone -Peridot

October: Opal Pink Tourmaline Opal

It is unlucky for anyone who is not born in October to wear opal, but for those born in its month, opal would bring joy and contentment and protect against diseases of the eye.

Birth Stone -Opal
November: Yellow Topaz Citrine or Turquoise Citrine, Topaz

Birth Stone -Yellow Topaz

December: Turquoise Lapis Lazuli or Tanzanite Zircon, Ruby

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While this word has also been used as synonym of Birth stone, there is a separate list of assignment according to the day of the week of the recipient’s birth:
Monday : Pearl(the only organic gem)
Tuesday : Garnet
Wednesday : Cat’s eye (Chatoyant Chrysoberyl)
Thursday : Emerald
Friday : Topaz
Saturday : Sapphire
Sunday : Ruby

With the huge number of “correct” choices available to each person, the wearing of a birthstone can be individual and distinctive. Whatever stone is chosen, one thing is certain, the stone has a rich mythic tradition that can add depth and interest to your choice.

Birthday Speaking in Langs

Imagine how fun to say “Happy Birthday” in all languages..

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AFRIKAANS: gelukkige verjaarsdag / geseënde verjaarsdag >>Click to hear
ALBANIAN: gëzuar ditëlindjen >>Click to hear
ALSATIAN: gléklickagebùrtstag / viel gleck zuem Geburtsdeuh
ARABIC: aid milad said ARMENIAN tsnounde shnorhavor
AZERI: ad gununuz mubarek

BAMBARA: i ni san kura
BASQUE: zorionak zuri
BELARUSIAN: З днём нараджэння (Z dniom naradzhennia)
BENGALI: subho janmadin >>Click to hear
BERBER: amulli ameggaz
BOBO: joyeux anniversaire
BOSNIAN: sretan rođendan
BRETON: deiz ha bloaz laouen dit
BULGARIAN: честит рожден ден >>Click to hear
BURMESE: mwe nay mingalar pa

CATALAN: feliç aniversari
CHINESE (CANTONESE): sang yut fai lok >>Click to hear
CHINESE (MANDARIN): sheng ri kuai le >>Click to hear
CORSE: felice anniversariu
CROATIAN: sretan rodjendan >>Click to hear
CZECH: všechno nejlepši >>Click to hear

DANISH: tillykke med fødselsdagen >>Click to hear
DUTCH: gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag / gelukkige verjaardag

ESPERANTO: felicxan naskigxtagon feliæan naskiøtagon (Times SudEuro font) >>Click to hear
ESTONIAN: palju õnne sünnipäevaks >>Click to hear

FAROESE: tillukku við føðingardegnum FINNISH hyvää syntymäpäivää
FLEMISH: gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag
FRENCH: joyeux anniversaire >>Click to hear
FRISIAN: lokwinske mei dyn jirdei
FRIULAN: bon complean

GALICIAN: feliz cumpreanos
GERMAN: Alles Gute zum Geburtstag >>Click to hear
GREEK: na ta ekatostisis / chronia polla / xronia polla >>Click to hear
GUARANÍ: rogüerohory nde arambotýre

Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Geburtstag (more formal)
HAITIAN CREOLE: jwayé zanivèsè / bon anivèsè
HAWAIIAN: hau’oli la hanau
HEBREW: yom huledet sameakh >>Click to hear
HINDI: janamdin mubarak ho >>Click to hear
HUNGARIAN: boldog születésnapot kívánok >>Click to hear

ICELANDIC: til hamingju með afmælið
INDONESIAN: selamat ulang tahun >>Click to hear
IRISH GAELIC: lá Breithe shona dhuit
ITALIAN: buon compleanno >>Click to hear

JAPANESE: o tanjôbi omedetô (gozaimasu) (more polite with “gozaimasu”) >>Click to hear

KABYLIAN: amulli ameggaz
KANNADA: huttu habbada haardika shubhashayagalu
KHMER: kblat chikan
KOREAN: saeng-eel-chook-hah-hahm-nee-dah >>Click to hear
KURDISH: rojbuna te piroz be

LAO: souksaan van kheud
LATIN: felix dies natalis / felix sit natalis dies
LATVIAN: apsveicu dzimšanas dienā
LINGALA: mbotama elamu
LITHUANIAN: su gimtadieniu
LOW SAXON: efeliciteer mit ju verjaardag
LUXEMBOURGEOISE: schéine Gebuertsdag

MACEDONIAN: sreken rodenden
MALAGASY: arahabaina tratry ny tsingerinandro naterahanao manaova tsingerinandro naterahana finaritra
MALAY: selamat hari jadi / selamat hari lahir
MALTESE: xewqat sbieħ għal għeluq sninek
MAORI: ra whanau koa
MONGOLIAN: tursun udriin bayar hurgeye (Tєрсєн єдрийн баяр хvргэе) MORÉ ne y taabo

NORWEGIAN: gratulerer med dagen gratulerer med fødselsdagen >>Click to hear

OCCITAN: bon aniversari

PERSIAN: tavallodet mobârak >>Click to hear
POLISH: wszystkiego najlepszego z okazji urodzin >>Click to hear
PORTUGUESE: feliz aniversário / parabéns >>Click to hear


ROMANI: bjandimahko dives baxt
ROMANIAN: la mulţi ani >>Click to hear
RUSSIAN: С днем рождения (S dniom rojdeniya) >>Click to hear

SAMOAN: ia manuia le aso fanau
SARDINIAN: bonos annos (logudorese) / bonus annus (campidanese)
SCOTTISH GAELIC: co-latha breith sona dhuibh
SERBIAN: srecan rodjendan
SHONA: bavudei rakanaka
SINDHI: junam dhin joon wadhayoon
SINHALA: suba upandinayak
SLOVAK: veselé narodeniny / všetko najlepšie k narodeninám
SLOVENIAN: vse najboljše
SOBOTA: dobro letobra
SPANISH: feliz cumpleaños >>Click to hear
SWAHILI: kumbukumbu njema [nndjema] / pongezi kwa siku ya kuzaliwa
SWEDISH: grattis på födelsedagen >>Click to hear
SWISS GERMAN: Vöu Glöck zom Gebortstag

TAGALOG: maligayang kaarawan >>Click to hear
TAHITIAN: ia ora te mahana fanaura’a
TAMIL: pirrannetha-nale vazhthigale
TATAR: tugan konen belen
TELUGU: puttini roju subhakankshalu
THAI: souksaan wankeud >>Click to hear
TURKISH: dogum gunun kutlu olsun / nice yillara / iyiki dogdun >>Click to hear

UDMURT: vordiśkem nunalenyd
UKRAINIAN: З днем народження (Z dnem narodzhennya)
URDU: saalgirah mubarik
UZBEK: tug’ilgan kuningiz muborak bo’lsin

VIETNAMESE: chúc mừng sinh nhật >>Click to hear

WALOON: (“betchfessîs” spelling) djoyeus aniversaire / bon aniversaire
WELSH: penblwydd hapus >>Click to hear
WEST: INDIAN CREOLE bon nanivèsè YIDDISH a freilekhn gebortstog