Both names are very unusual. I couldn't find them on my habitually great fav Jewish names sites... I had to look through Yad Vashem Database... anyway...
Teibele is indeed a pet form of Teibe / Teiba, which would be a form of Toiba
Yppe is very weird and doesn't look Yiddish. How is it prononced? The closest I can think of are:
Zippe (tsee-peh), a Yiddish pet form of Zipporah
Itte (it-eh), a Yiddish pet form of Yehudit
(yeh-hoo-dit) or maybe Gittel
(ghee-tul) or Esther
Typical Ladino names are different in different countries. Some *very* typical ones could be: (all feminine, boys had Hebrew names)
Diamante (dyah-mahn-teh), "diamond"
Fermoza (fair-moh-zah), "beautiful"Sultana
Mazaltov (mah-zahl-tohv), "good destiny, good luck"
Mazalto, Mazalta: variations
Oro (oh-roh), "gold"
Bechora (beh-khoh-rah), "first born"Clara
Gioia (djyoh-yah or djoy-ah), "gem" or "joy"
Buena (bweh-nah), "good"Sol
Rebissa (reh-bee-sah), "wife of a Rabbi"Luna
Orovida (oh-roh-vee-dah), "golden [good] life"
Preciosa (preh-syoh-zah), "precious"
Preziosa (preh-tsyoh-zah), see ^Reyna
Bulissa (boo-lee-sah), "lady of the house"
Zimbul (zeem-bool), "jasmin"Regina
Siniuru (see-new-roo), "lady, senora"Dora
Common pet forms were made by adding -ika (Rahelika, Solika), -ina (Sarina
) or -ita (Bellita, Buenita...).
Check here: http://www.yucs.org/~jules/names/navarra.html
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