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Proper noun[edit]


  1. A female given name from English.
    • 2000 Barbara Kingsolver: Prodigal Summer. HarperCollins 2000. →ISBN pages 121, 298:
      "Crystal's pretty. The name, I mean."
      Jewel shook her head. "It doesn't look like her. She looks like Beaver Cleaver." []
      Crys chuckled. For the first time since she'd planted herself fiercely on Lusa's driveway that morning she sounded clear and transparent, like a child. Like the crystal she was.
    • 2004 Jonathan Kellerman: Therapy →ISBN page 335:
      "No prob. I'm wired, anyway...Christa or Crystal. Why'd Kayla peg her for a stripper?"
      "Because Gavin said she was a dancer," I said.
      "Well," he said, "name a girl Crystal and what's more likely? That she'll get a Ph.D. in biomechanics, or end up shaking her tail for tips?"
  2. A surname​.
    • 1998, David Crystal, Language Play:
      In this exhilarating and often hilarious book, David Crystal examines why we devote so much time and energy to language games, how professionals make a career of them, and how young children instinctively take to them.
  3. A ghost town in Colorado.
  4. A town in Maine.
  5. A city in Minnesota.
  6. A census-designated place in New Mexico.
  7. A city and town in North Dakota.
  8. A town in Wisconsin.



From English Crystal.

Proper noun[edit]


  1. a female given name from English



Crystal n (genitive Crystals, no plural)

  1. crystal meth