Meaning : The name Hazel was coined in the 19th century deriving from the word hazel relating to the tree and colour., The Hazel Tree, Hazel tree; light brown,

Origin : English,

Pronunciation : HAY zell, HAY-zəl  , (Hay- zal),

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Hazel Expression, Hazel Soul Urge, Hazel Inner Dream


Numerology information Hazel:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest


Additional information Hazel:

additional"Hazel" 60's TV show. Hazel Grace Lancaster, main character in the novel and movie, "The Fault in our Stars." Color of eye irises if brown/green/blue combination.

additionalHazel is the vocabulary word for the tree that produces light brown nuts. It is also a colour commonly used to describe the feature of light brown eyes.

additionalTeutonic Meaning: The name Hazel is a Teutonic baby name. In Teutonic the meaning of the name Hazel is: Commander.

additionalAmerican Meaning: The name Hazel is an American baby name. In American the meaning of the name Hazel is: Commander.

additionalEnglish Meaning: The name Hazel is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Hazel is: The hazel tree;nut. A nut-bearing shrub; used since the 9th century, when flower and plant names became fashionable as first names.

additionalFrom the English word hazel for the tree or the light brown colour, derived ultimately from Old English hæsel. It was coined as a given name in the 19th century.


Definition funny of Hazel:

urbannoun 1. a kindred soul 2. a girl whose beauty lies both within and without, her image brings grown men to their knees, her kindness and complexity keep them there indefinitely 3. the girl of my dreams

urbanJust when my day seemed precarious, Hazel walked into the room. My heart stopped, I broke into a cold sweat, and my body ached to be embraced by her.

urban-noun 1. Someone who is an amazing mother. 2. Someone who is beautiful on the inside and out. 3. Someone who laughs at everything. 4. Someone who is supportive and inspiring. 5. Someone who is creative and artistic. 6. Someone who is the best best friend. 7. Someone who is fun to be around. 8. Someone who is simply the best person anyone could ever have the privilege of knowing.

urbanYou are acting so Hazel right now!

urban1. (uncountable) noun, the green-brown colour of some people's eyes 2. adjective, hazel eyes are a green-brown colour

urbanBig, hazel eyes and cold, blue ones.

urbanGirl who is: Loving, caring, beautiful, sensitive, understanding, sexy, supportive, artistic, smart.


Expression information Hazel:

expressionPeople with this name are excellent at analyzing, understanding, and learning. They tend to be mystics, philosophers, scholars, and teachers. Because they live so much in the mind, they tend to be quiet and introspective, and are usually introverts. When presented with issues, they will see the larger picture. Their solitary thoughtfulness and analysis of people and world events may make them seem aloof, and sometimes even melancholy.


Soul information Hazel:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire for a stable, loving family or community, and a need to work with others and to be appreciated.


Songs about Hazel:

songsBehind These Hazel Eyes - Kelly Clarkson  

songsHazel's House - Richard Shindell  

songsHooray For Hazel - Tommy Roe  

songsBehind These Hazel Eyes by Kelly Clarkson from the Album Breakaway

songsHazel by Weekend from the Album Slumberland Records 25th Anniversary Sampler

songsBehind These Hazel Eyes by Kelly Clarkson from the Album Greatest Hits - Chapter One [+digital booklet]

songsHooray For Hazel (Karaoke Version) by Tommy Roe from the Album Karaoke: 60's Star Power - Singing to the Hits

songsHooray For Hazel by Tommy Roe from the Album Greatest Hits - The Original ABC Hit Recordings

songsHazel Black by 7 Worlds Collide from the Album The Sun Came Out

songsI Will/ Hazel Comes Home/ Willow John by Tony Furtado from the Album Bare Bones


Books about Hazel:

booksHazel's Amazing Mother (Picture Puffins) by Rosemary Wells (Oct 2, 1992)

booksHazel Takes Over (Lyon Road Vet Book 3) by Sue Brown (Sep 22, 2013)

booksThe Taken: A Hazel Micallef Mystery by Inger Ash Wolfe (Jun 23, 2011)

booksHazel Creek: A Novel by Walt Larimore (Mar 13, 2012)

booksHazel Scott: The Pioneering Journey of a Jazz Pianist, from Cafe Society to Hollywood to HUAC by Karen Chilton (Jul 8, 2010)

booksHazel's Candies Copper Kettle Trade Secrets by Virginia Sager Holen (Jun 2000)

booksHazel Soan's African Watercolours by Hazel Soan (Jun 2, 2008)


Movies about Hazel:

moviesHazel: Season 2 2012 NR - Runtime: 13 hrs 20 mins Starring: Shirley Booth, Bobby Buntrock, et al. Directed by: William D. Russell

moviesHazel - The Complete First Season 1961 NR - Runtime: 14 hrs 58 mins Starring: Shirley Booth, Bobby Buntrock, et al. Directed by: William D. Russell

moviesHazel: Season 3 2012 NR - Runtime: 13 hrs Starring: Shirley Booth Directed by: William D. Russell

moviesHazel: The Final Season 2014 NR - Runtime: 12 hrs Starring: Shirley Booth Directed by: William D. Russell

moviesHazel: Season 4 1961 NR - Runtime: 11 hrs Starring: Shirley Booth, Bobby Buntrock, et al. Directed by: William D. Russell

moviesSister Hazel - A Life in the Day 2004 NR - Runtime: 3 hrs 9 mins Starring: Sister Hazel

moviesIntroduction To Spey Casting with John & Amy Hazel 2004 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Amy Hazel and John Hazel Directed by: Gene Hering


Wiki information Hazel:

Biological Genus, Organism Classification

The hazels are a genus of deciduous trees and large shrubs native to the temperate Northern Hemisphere. The genus is usually placed in the birch family Betulaceae, though some botanists split the hazels into a separate family Corylaceae. The fruit of...

Biological Genus, Drug, Drug ingredient, Medical Treatment, Organism Classification

Witch-hazel is a genus of flowering plants in the family Hamamelidaceae, with three species in North America, and one each in Japan and China. The North American species are occasionally called winterbloom.