Tuesday, September 27th, 2022

These Are The Birthstones And Birth Flowers For All 8 ATEEZ Members, And What They Mean : Entertainment Daily

You might know your own birthstone, and maybe even your own birth flower, but do you know these details for your favorite K-Pop idols? These symbols are determined by the month of the year, so almost all of ATEEZ‘s members’ birthstone and birth flowers are different! They all have a certain meaning to them as well, so it’s interesting to find out how well they match the person they represent. Here are the birthstones and birth flowers for all 8 of ATEEZ’s members, as well as their general meanings!

1. Seonghwa

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Birthday: April 3, 1998

Birthstone: Diamond

Having a diamond as your birthstone is “thought to provide the wearer with better relationships and an increase in inner strength”, as well as bringing benefits to the person born that month including balance, clarity and abundance. It’s also symbolic of eternal love!

Birth Flower(s): Daisy & sweet pea

Daisies represent innocence, loyal love, and purity, and has been a symbol as a secret-keeping promise when given to a friend. Sweet peas, on the other hand, are said to signify blissful pleasure, as well as represent a goodbye (often to things not benefitting our lives)!

2. Hongjoong

Birthday: November 7, 1998

Birthstone: Citrine

Citrine is known as “healing quartz”, since it is said to “promote vitality and energy in whomever wears it”. Wearing the stone is also supposed to bring wealth and abundance to the wearer according to Chinese feng shui philosophy!

Birth Flower(s): Chrysanthemum

The different colors of chrysanthemums are supposed to symbolize different things! A red chrysanthemum means “I love you”, a white chrysanthemum symbolizes innocence and purity, and a yellow chrysanthemum symbolizes slighted love. In Japanese and Chinese culture, the flower is also considered an emblem of youth!

3. Yunho

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Birthday: March 23, 1999

Birthstone: Aquamarine

Aquamarine is connected to the sea, and is thus said to have properties of calmness that would protect sailors from storms. It also associated with tranquility, serenity, and harmony, and since it’s the first of the spring birthstones, it also represents transformation and rebirth!

Birth Flower(s): Daffodil

Since daffodils are one of the first flowers to bloom in spring, they, too, are a symbol of rebirth and new beginnings. They’re also thought to represent inspiration and creativity!

4. Yeosang

Birthday: June 15, 1999

Birthstone: Pearl

For a long time, pearls have been associated with purity, humility, and innocence. They have also been thought to have beneficial properties, bringing long life and prosperity to those who wear them!

Birth Flower(s): Rose & honeysuckle

Roses have numerous symbolic meanings, often depending on the color of the rose. For example, a pink rose represents happiness, a red rose means “I love you”, and a white rose represents purity and new beginnings! Honeysuckle, another fragrant flower, is a strong symbol of everlasting love.

5. San

Birthday: July 10, 1999

Birthstone: Ruby

Rubies often adorned crowns of royalty in history, since they’re said to promote wealth and prosperity to those who wear them, as well as courage and good fortune. The red color of rubies also has ties to love and passion, and they were once believed to be from the color of Mother Earth’s blood, and even thought to hold the key to life itself!

Birth Flower(s): Larkspur & water lily

While in general, larkspur represent the strong bonds of love, they also have varied meanings depending on their color. White larkspur symbolize happiness, purple represents a first love, and blue represents grace! Water lilies symbolize both purity and majesty.

6. Mingi

Birthday: August 9, 1999

Birthstone: Peridot

The bright green color of peridot gives it a close connection to nature, and thus the stone is often associated with harmony, good health, and peacefulness. It is known as the stone of compassion, and when set with gold, it has been said to prevent nightmares by freeing the mind of envious thoughts!

Birth Flower(s): Gladiolus & poppy

The gladiolus, also known as the “sword lily”, are said to indicate that the heart is being “pierced with love”! They also represent remembrance, calmness, and integrity. Poppies, like other flowers, have symbolism that depends on their color: Red represents pleasure, white is often given for consolation, and yellow represents wealth and success.

7. Wooyoung

Birthday: November 26, 1999

Wooyoung’s birthstone and birth flower are the same as Hongjoong’s!

Birthstone: Citrine

Citrine is known as “healing quartz”, since it is said to “promote vitality and energy in whomever wears it”. Wearing the stone is also supposed to bring wealth and abundance to the wearer according to Chinese feng shui philosophy!

Birth Flower(s): Chrysanthemum

The different colors of chrysanthemums are supposed to symbolize different things! A red chrysanthemum means “I love you”, a white chrysanthemum symbolizes innocence and purity, and a yellow chrysanthemum symbolizes slighted love. In Japanese and Chinese culture, the flower is also considered an emblem of youth!

8. Jongho

Birthday: October 12, 2000

Birthstone: Opal

The opal represents faithfulness and confidence, and necklaces with opals have been traditionally worn to repel evil and protect eyesight. They’re said to control a person’s temper and calm nerves, and having an opal in your dreams is supposed to be a sign that good luck is coming!

Birth Flower(s): Marigold & cosmos

While marigolds are more commonly said to symbolize optimism and prosperity, they also have a deeper and more somber meaning as well. The bright, warm colors of the flowers are actually said to represent the sun’s rays to guide those that have passed into the afterlife, and also symbolize resurrection! Cosmos, meanwhile, represent order, peace, and serenity.



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