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A famous bearer of the name is Princess Jasmine from Disney's animated movie Aladdin.
-- gin_rummy  6/22/2005
Jasmine is pronounced Hasmin in Spanish. This is also a related name.
-- Anonymous User  6/28/2005
The actress who plays Whitley Gilbert on "A Different World" is named Jasmine Guy.
-- KylieXxX  10/26/2005
I love this name because the sound is so pretty. In Asian countries, we make a flower of jasmine into tea, which has such a good flavour.
-- pocho-mole  11/14/2005
The jasmine is the state flower of South Carolina.
-- Sedalyn  11/23/2005
Jasmine is the name of a book by Bharati Mukherjee.
-- ars musica  12/3/2005
Some good nicknames for Jasmine are Jazzy, Jaz(z) and Min.
-- Anonymous User  12/10/2005
It's overused. (Hint - never say the name Jasmine in a store)
-- classy  1/11/2006
Not a personal pick, but definitely very pretty!
-- lindamaree  3/8/2006
It is also Arabic name and means the same thing.
-- amani83  3/22/2006
I love the name Jasmine, it makes me think of sweetness, because of the taste of jasmine tea, and also because I knew a girl called Jasmine and she was so tender-hearted and good-natured.
-- hana  4/20/2006
I love the name Jasmine. Not too overly popular and the nicknames for it are really cute.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
My oldest daughter is named Jasmine. When we named her, we wouldn't even consider spelling it different. A friend was giving us different variations of spelling it, but we went with the classic spelling. We call her Jaz or Jazzy.
-- Guadalupe78  7/17/2006
I love this name, it's very sensous and reminds me of the flower jasmine, which is gorgeous and smells lovely. But I hate when people deaden it by shortening it to 'Min' or 'Minnie'. If this is your name, you are very lucky - appreciate it!
-- Anonymous User  8/9/2006
I really love the way this sounds. It's a shame so many people find it "trashy".
-- claraelizabethann  8/28/2006
I think it's over used, and really a bad TRASHY name.
-- Anonymous User  11/24/2006
Do not pay attention to the previous comment above this one. (I didn't write that! Someone else did) It is not really overused and it isn't trashy.
-- Taydbug112  12/7/2006
My cousin's name is Jazmine and I love her very much so I like this name although I would never use it.
-- Anonymous User  12/8/2006
It is a pretty name but much too overused and common now. Every other little girl is a Jasmine these days.
-- Anonymous User  12/20/2006
It is actually a form of the Persian/Middle Eastern name Yasmin (like it says), I love this name it's very pretty. I know this girl named Jasmine she spells it Jasmin though.
-- Anonymous User  1/26/2007
In Hebrew it is pronounced Yas-min.
-- Ruti  1/27/2007
I'm fond of Jasmine, nickname Minnie. :)
-- Wordsmith  2/21/2007
It's beautiful, but too many snobby girls ruined the name for me.
-- 7up  3/21/2007
Jasmine is a beautiful name. It is not Trashy at all. Why would it be? I know of some really trashy names and trust me, Jasmine is not on the list. Anyways, Jasmine is a beautiful name. It is a plant with fragrant flowers. Lovely smell and lovely tea :) Also, makes me think of a princess.
-- Anonymous User  3/26/2007
The Jasmine plant has been used since Ancient times. It has been used for perfume, oils and tea among other wonderful things. Jasmine is a beautiful name because it represents beauty and sweetness. Jasmine has been used through the ages. I would definitely want my daughter to be named after something of beauty such as Jasmine.
-- Anonymous User  3/26/2007
Though apparently this name is extremely popular, I've never met someone named Jasmine before. I think it's a beautiful name, and I like it's definition.
-- Anonymous User  3/26/2007
Jazz is a nice nickname for a nice name.
-- Luangi  4/8/2007
I really like the name Jasmine, it's so pretty!
-- RachelLouise  6/19/2007
Oh my god. This name is amazing. It is strong and beautiful, mysterious and magnificent. I love it. If you want to name any of your kids Jasmine good for you. It's a fantasic name. I mean it's daring and strong - yet beutiful and femmine at the same time. Perfect for any strong-willed, lovely girl. I LOVE THIS NAME.
-- bookdiva  6/21/2007
I think any name can be trashy if the person who owns it makes it trashy. Jasmine is a lovely name which grows well into adulthood. I know a little girl named Jasmine Beatrice and everyone calls her Jazzy B.
-- Anonymous User  6/27/2007
Version Jasmina is Czech and Serbian.
Name Day: 24th February.
-- Karcoolka  7/3/2007
This seems to be the name of every whorish girl at school. It's a shame, really, because this isn't such a bad name.
-- arrowhead909  7/14/2007
I would bet money that 97% of children who have this name have parents who live in trailer parks and who came up with it after watching the Disney movie. Dumb name.
-- johann14  9/25/2007
Slovene form is Jasmina. Lovely name!
-- only.me  12/14/2007
I think a set of twins named Jasmine (f) and Jackson (m) would be fun: Jazz and Jax!
-- leananshae  12/25/2007
Very pretty name.
-- blkbuttafly  1/3/2008
These people don't know what they're talking about. My name is Jasmine and I am not snobbish, neither am I trashy, nor do I live in a trailer park. Your name does not define who you are.
-- jasmineenimsaj  2/5/2008
I love this name, it sounds feminine but not girly and it reminds me of flowers and nature, which is a good association to me. The first time I heard this name was not when I saw Aladdin because in Dutch the name is pronounced quite different and not as pretty. A good friend of mine had a younger sister named Jasmine and they pronounced it the English way and I liked it. If a girl is still young she might really love the assoctiation with the Disney princess and when she's older, she probably doesn't care. Anyway, I'm thinking about using this as a middle name for a future daughter. I've considered spelling it Yasmin as well but I think I prefer the spelling Jasmine over it.
-- renee06  2/28/2008
Cute sweet, isn't it?
-- reina  5/9/2008
Jasmine Fenton is the older sister of Danny Fenton, the main character of the Nicktoon Danny Phantom. She goes almost exclusively by Jazz, but there are a few instances where her full name is mentioned.
-- meganmichele  6/24/2008
This name makes me feel all happy inside! (No, I'm not going crazy) But, really, It's not trashy at all. Please ignore the really rude comments, I mean, at least they could've said "No offense!" all those anonymous users that make BTN a bit miserable. ~sigh~ Anyway, back to the beautiful name! I certainly love it.
-- missBridget  7/13/2008
I don't like the name Jasmine - never have. I don't really think it's trashy; it just reminds me too much of the Princess from Aladdin.
-- Anonymous User  8/25/2008
I think this is a beautiful name. I love the fragrance of a Jasmine flower.
-- KayeKiLa  9/14/2008
The Turkish version is Yasemin pronounced like it looks; yass-eh-meen. I think it is one of the prettier versions of Jasmine.
-- Arieanne  1/30/2009
Jasmine is unique, bespeaks liberty, is universal and beautiful. It means "gift from God." The flower Jasmine is pleasant to all senses and serves medicinal purposes. I love it!
-- bobbilee  3/1/2009
I think it's really stupid when people hate a name just because they've had bad experiences with others who have it. The name itself isn't trashy sounding at all.
-- Alaric  4/3/2009
To the person above me about having bad experiences with people with a certain name. Unfortunately, it *can* kill the good vibe for you. The names Melissa, Nicole, and (yes) Jasmine have been ruined in such a way, because the girls were just plain b*tches. They might be pretty names, but I could never use them for any children I have in the future, because of the people I've already met with those names.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2009
Jasmine Elaine Parks is the main character of Jennifer Rardin's urban fantasy vampire novels: Once Bitten, Twice Shy; Another One Bites the Dust; Biting The Bullet; Bitten to Death and One More Bite.

Very exciting and amusing novels for vampire-lovers!
-- Reby  6/2/2009
Jasmine is a beautiful name - my mother almost called me this, but the 'Flower' nickname bothered her. I've known two people with this name; they were both confident and cheerful people, so there is always an association of liveliness in this name for me.
-- chameleon  7/24/2009
I like this name because it's pretty and it always makes me think of pink sequins.
-- -Julia-  7/26/2009
Jasmine Guinness is an Irish model and heiress to the Guinness family fortune. She is also a great-granddaughter of British fascist Diana Mitford.
-- bananarama  10/26/2009
Jasmine Isabelle Harman (b. 1975) is a British TV presenter.
-- Just Jonquil  12/4/2009
JASMINA is the Croatian form. A very popular girls name, especially in the 1970's and 80's.
-- goricar  12/22/2009
It doesn't sound awful, but face it, it's trashy. I was raised in a working/lower middle class place and like 4-5 girls had it. They were all obnoxious, ghetto, and rude.
-- Aureliano  2/27/2010
According to the US Social Security Administration, the name Jasmine entered the list of the top 1000 girl names in 1973 and broke the top 50 in 1989 (3 years before the release of Disney's Aladdin). Not surprisingly, though, it was most popular in 1993 and 1994, coming in at #23 both years.

My mother named me Jazmine in 1986 when the 's' spelling was 95th and my 'z' spelling was 859, having only broken the top 1000 the previous year. She chose it because it was uncommon. Nowadays, the name is rampantly used (with a variant of spellings, some crazier than others. "Jazzmynn", anyone?) and negatively associated with adult entertainers and girls from low socio-economic backgrounds, which is a pity because the name itself is pleasant-sounding, makes for really fun nicknames, and has a lovely etymology.

I like my name most of the time, sometimes wishing for a more dignified moniker, but mostly loving the unique spelling and all-around fun-loving associations.
-- luckycharm  3/16/2010
This is my name, I was born 1980 and back then when I was in elementary and junior high, this was a very usual and rare name, a likeable name by most, I like the look of it. Then I guess when it was around 1990, after Disney made the Aladdin movie, this name became very popular, too popular, been overused since, and it does bother me a bit, especially when I have a very common last name. I like my pet names, Jassy/Jazz sounds cool to me. Trashy or not has much to do with the bearers, not so much on the name itself.
-- Purrsian  4/28/2010
Since, there was a princess (fake or real) named "Jasmine", I think it sort of gives the name a royal impression. And because all flowers are beautiful, I'm sure any girl named Jasmine would be beautiful (in their own way). Plus, it's just a nice name. And, anyone who loves music, would probably name their daughter Jasmine, then call her Jazz. Especially if they love Jazz music best. So, I could see myself naming a daughter this. I'm even writing a story, where the lead character's name is Jasmine.
-- Myth Writer Dreamer  5/10/2010
This name is one of my guilty pleasures. I love it! I'm not sure if I would use it though. A lot of people think it's trashy. Personally, I don't at all.
-- Chrila96  11/13/2010
Jasmine/Jasmina is very pretty, as long as it's not spelled something awful like Jazmyn.
-- Dawson  1/15/2011
Jasmine was also the name of the princess loved by the main character's uncle in the movie Secondhand Lions. The main character Walter names his pet lion Jasmine after her.
-- thesnowwhiterose  5/7/2011
I love the Jasmine flower and love the name Jasmine - especially as a middle name. I think it goes with many first names and is a beautiful, happy choice.
-- Anonymous User  7/13/2011
Maybe this name is overused to some of you, but I guess that where I live it's pretty rare. Or it's just I'm not meeting enough people. :) The only Jasmine I know is my cousin... This name is very pretty. I like it a lot.
-- blondieboo629  8/5/2011
This is my friend's name. I call her "Jazzy". :)
-- EmmyT.  11/22/2011
I used to like this name but it is too common now...
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2012
Jasmine is the name of a Steel-type Gym Leader in the Pokemon games.
-- Bonquiqui  7/15/2012
A name does not define who a person is and the fact that people call someone trashy or low class based off a name goes to show how unintelligent people really are.
-- Anonymous User  2/24/2013
I think it is a very beautiful name, and not trashy at all. I think it is sad that anyone could think that a name is trashy.
-- cccake15  4/19/2013
Pronounced shas-MEEN in Swedish.
-- Beautiful Victory  6/3/2013
I have never actually met anyone called Jasmine in my entire life and I am nearly 24 years old, so I am surprised people are saying it's very common. (I am from England btw).

I have to say I love this name. It is really beautiful and very feminine. I would never think someone with this name sounded trashy as that is ridiculous to think like that! If anything I would think they had such a beautiful/pretty name.
-- Anonymous User  6/7/2013
It's a lovely name, and I've yet to meet an adult Jasmine who wasn't a lovely person, but in the past few years it seems that every third child born in my area is named this. Maybe wait for the popularity to die down a bit before giving it to your own kids?
-- Anonymous User  7/15/2013
My name is Jasmine and in my school I only knew of 2 other girls named Jasmine. All of my friends call me Jazz or Jazzy. I am not ghetto nor rude to anyone. I really like my name but is saddens me to see the comments of these people. My dad wanted to name me something musically so Jazz was a good option for him. Otherwise I would have been named either Stephanie, Savannah, Cami or Cali. A lot of people love my name at my school. At least I'm the only Jasmine in my grade(thank goodness). I really do not like the other various spelling of Jasmine though. And I also love the smell of Jasmine. Sometimes it's embarrassing to watch Aladin though... Talk about sensuality.
-- jazzycritique  1/2/2014
I don't like this name at all. I don't like any of the spellings of it either (Jazmin, Yasmin, Jasmine, etc..) I don't like how it sounds in English and really dislike it in Spanish HAS-MEEN. I'd never use it.
-- Anonymous User  1/17/2014
Why would this name be trashy? It's the name of a beautiful flower with a wonderful aroma, and it is also the name of a Disney Princess... neither of those namesakes are trashy. Also, what is everyone's problem with so called "trendy" names? Names (and songs, books, etc) are trendy for a reason.
-- Anonymous User  4/8/2014
Jasmine van den Bogaerde is the real name of British singer Birdy - one of my favorite singers. (She is also the grandniece of Dirk Bogarde.)
-- Buneary  4/15/2014
I love the name Jasmine! My cousin has this name, and she even looks a lot like Princess Jasmine from "Aladdin". I've never met any mean or whorish Jasmine's and even if I had, it wouldn't sway my opinion with the name.
-- MonkeyRia  5/14/2014
My name is Jasmine, and I really do not think the name is overused (in the uk anyway). I am one of the only ones from my school with that name, and people often comment on it being unusual. Also, don't judge the name based on the experiences you have had with people of that name. I like to have the nicknames 'Jaz' or 'Jazzie'.
-- Jazzie2906  8/14/2014
I LOVE the flower! :D.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  9/7/2014
I have to agree with the majority of people and say that Jasmine (and the original Arabic Yasmin) are both really beautiful names. However, the moment a z is substituted for the s or a y for the i, (Jasmyn, Jazmine, or Jazmyn) this name becomes trashy. Also, Jasmin is, as this very site shows, the masculine version of the name. Keep the e to keep it feminine.
-- kvpp88  10/19/2014

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