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This spelling is weird looking.
Luvbug86  2/3/2019
My name is Jaslyn and I actually really like it; I think it suits me. I've never interpreted it to be "too young" or "immature". I think it has been fitting both when I was a child and now that I am older.
― Anonymous User  6/24/2014
197 people actually named their daughters 'Jaslyn' in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/17/2013
A famous bearer is Jaslyn Hewitt. She is a female body builder, was formally a pro tennis player and is also a model. She is very inspiring. She seems to like to try everything haha lol! She is a very pretty person.
― Anonymous User  9/19/2008
Honestly this name does have a bit of a trendy sound to it. But I have to admit that it is intriguing and catchy. I really like it. I think this name has some class to it. I also find Jasmine and Jocelyn pretty names. And if this name is the combination of those names. Then that makes me like it even more.

Looking at it spelled gives me the trendy impression right away. Mainly due to the lyn ending. But saying the name out loud. It is pleasant and refreshing sounding. I really like it.
― Anonymous User  9/16/2008
It is the combination of the names Jasmine and Jocelyn. I love the name Jaslyn. It may be made up but all names were made up at one point in time. This name is the combination of two very historical names. So it has enough history for my liking. I prefer the Jaslyn spelling over the Jazlyn spelling. But it is English for Joyful.
― Anonymous User  9/11/2008
Well some say it could come from Jocelyn. Which I can see. It could be a variant. But based on the pronunciation it makes more sense if it is Jasmine plus Lynn. It is pronounced (jazz-lynn), Jas in Jasmine is also pronounced Jazz. So I believe it to be this.

It is probably the English version of FLOWERY LAKE. Jasmine the flower and Lynn means lake. Add the two contents together and you flowery lake. Does that make sense? I am just thinking out loud haha lol!
― Anonymous User  7/24/2008
Other variants of Jaslyn: Jazlyn, Jazelyn, Jaselyn.
― Anonymous User  7/24/2008
Another site had this to say about the name Jaslyn and Jazlyn:
English Modern variant of Jasmine; combination of Jocelyn and the musical term 'jazz'.
― Anonymous User  7/24/2008
Jaslyn - a modern day variant of Jocelyn. Jocelyn was a male name in medieval times then later adopted as a female name. Jaslyn is English and means Joy.
― Anonymous User  7/24/2008
My daughter's name is Jaslyn and we pronounce it (Jace-lynn) after her father Jason.
arome1226  5/1/2008
This one just doesn't sound right. It's tacky, and it doesn't sound very good on grown women. I think it's quite ugly.
slight night shiver  4/24/2008
I believe this name could possibly be related to the name Jocelyn. I may be wrong, but they do seem a bit similar in spelling and pronunciation. Just a thought.
emmycathryn  5/4/2007
These modern "English" names give me a headache. Sooner or later, the girls who bear this name will be women, and where will they be? This sounds like a pet name for a child, not something for a grown woman.
gaelruadh19  1/20/2007
I absolutely love this name. It's not a name you hear very often, it's beautiful.
brittatude  1/20/2007
Jazzy would be a cute nickname for Jaslyn, Jazlie, or Jazlyn. Very Cute.
Taydbug112  12/7/2006
As a rule I HATE modern English names, but I love Jaslyn. I would never use it but it's not tacky and trashy like the other made up names are.
name searching  11/2/2006
The pronunciation sounds pretty, reminds me of Jasmine.
Serene  6/19/2006

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