|Vogue, January 15th 1919|
The birthstone for January is the garnet, the flower is traditionally the pink carnation, but sometimes it is the galanthus or snowdrop. In China the flower is a plum blossom and in Japan, the camellia. The zodiac signs are Capricorn, the sea goat (a goat with the tail of a fish), and Aquarius, the water carrier Ganymede.
January in Other Languages: Janvier (French), Tammikuu (Finnish)
January as a Name: Januarius, Januaria, and of course, January
Flowers: Carnation, Dianthus, Galanthus, Snowdrop, Plum, Blossom, Camellia, Gillyflower (A name for the carnation)
Gems: Garnet, Almandine, Pyrope, Marjorite (The last three are all species of garnet)
Zodiac: Capricorn, Aquarius, Ganymede, Arwa ("Mountain goat"), Giles ("Young goat"), Jael ("Mountain Goat"), Mortimer ("Still water"), Tallulah ("Leaping waters"), Mayim ("Water")
First: Primo ("First"), Primrose ("First rose"), Winona ("Firstborn daughter"), Proteus ("First")