What’s In A Name? – Dakota Stones

What’s In A Name? – Dakota Stones





What’s In A Name? – Dakota Stones









WHAT’S IN A NAME?

Have you ever wondered where a gemstone gets its name?

Some gemstones are named after words from other languages, like Amethyst.

The Greeks named this gemstone from the Greek word amethystos;(AH-METH-YOU-STOHS)

Some gemstones are named after the person who discovered them. Dumortierite named for French paleontologist Eugene Dumortier (DO-MOR-TEE-AYE)

 

In many cases the name is used to describe the stone and variations in the host name:

HERE’S RICKY FROM DAKOTA STONES TO SHOW YOU SOME OF HIS FAVORITE GEMSTONE NAMES!

 

Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

January,February,March,April,May,June,July,August,September,October,November,December

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