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Midorikusa Emerald
緑草エメラルド
Midorikusa Emerarudo
Description
SeasonUnofficial 5th Season
Age18 - 19
Birthday DateMay 1st
GenderFemale
Eye ColorDark Green
Hair ColorBlack
Home PlaceFeather Castletown
OccupationStudent
First AppearanceEpisode U01
Japanese Voice ActorHanazawa Kana
ParentsMidorikusa Sakura
Midorikusa Isamu
SiblingsMidorikusa Tsubaki

Midorikusa Emerald is a main charater of Sky Pretty Cure: The Unofficial 5th Season. While she comes from a sports family, she now wants to get life into nature.

Profile Information

Coming from a sports-family, Emerald's dream goes a completely different direction. The girl of nature likes to be outside, with plants. Flowers, trees, family and maybe soccer once or twice is what her live looks like today. Although she still tries to meet up with her friends as often as possible, it is quite hard due to having friends traveling overseas. Emerald know how to take responsibilities and is quite reliable, though she sometimes thinks first for others and then for her. And that hasn't changed.

Etymology

Midorikusa (緑草?) - Midorikusa comes from Midori (?) meaning "green", "greenery", "verdure" or "a new bud", combined with Kusa (?) meaning "grass", "weed", "herb" or even "a draft, a rough copy". Basically, Midorikusa refers to her alter ego, Cure Cyan, who is the Pretty Cure of the green rainbow, whose power is based on nature. Her name means "green grass" if it is translated into English. However, if the kanjis 緑 and 草 are combined, they can also be read as "Ryokusō" (りょくそう?).

Emerald (エメラルド?) - Emerald was named after the precious gemstone emerald. The word "emerald" is derived, from Vulgar Latin esmaralda/esmaraldus, a variant of Latin smaragdus, which originated in Ancient Greek: smaragdos, which literally means "green gem".[1] On top of that, emerald is the birthstone of May, the month Emerald was born in.

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References

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emerald#Etymology

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