Yasmin (given name)

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Yasmin
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Yasmin pictured
Pronunciation jɑːsmiːn
Gender Female
Origin
Word/name From the Persian word for Jasmine, Yas flower
Other names
Variant form(s) Yasaman, Yasamin, Yasemin, Yasameen, Yasmina, Yasmine, Yassmin

Yasmin is a feminine given name.

Etymology[edit]

Yasmin is the name in Persian and Hebrew for a flowering plant, and from which the name Jasmine derives.

The pronunciation of Yasmin is often parallel with the English Jasmine.

Given name[edit]

Yasemin[edit]

Yasmeen[edit]

Yasmin[edit]

Yasmina[edit]

Yasmine[edit]

Yassmin[edit]

Surname[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Yasmin Green, Family Affairs character played by Ebony Thomas from 1998 until 2005
  • Yasmin - Bratz doll named after MGA Entertainment president Isaac Larian's daughter, Jasmine.