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I think this name looks very tacky. It doesn't even mean anything.
-- Anonymous User  7/3/2008
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
Some variants:
Jaslyn / Jaselyn / Jazelyn or Jazlynn.
-- 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
Jazlyn - a modern day variant of Jocelyn. Jocelyn was a male name in medieval times then later adopted as a female name. Jazlyn is English and means Joy.
-- Anonymous User  7/24/2008
I just posted this comment for the spelling of Jaslyn. But the same goes for this name too. 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. I find this spelling more trendy then the alternate spelling of Jaslyn. The reason for that is, Jaslyn is the combination of Jasmine and Jocelyn. But this is the combination of Jazmine and Jocelyn. I don't like the spelling of Jazmine with a z instead of an s. That is ubber trendy to me. I think the Jaslyn spelling is much better. And more classy looking. Even if it has a trendy sound to it. But I really don't like the name Jasmine spelled Jazmine. That's too kre8tive to me. The spelling of Jasmine is quite pleasant.

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 do like it. I just prefer the Jaslyn spelling.
-- Anonymous User  9/16/2008
Another site did claim that this name was English for Joyful. I am assuming they are using that meaning due to the fact this name is a combination of Jocelyn which also means joyful. This name also is the combination of Jasmine.

Honestly this name has multiple names within it. Jasmine, Jocelyn, Lynn and Jazz. Jazz or Jazzy would be a cute nickname. But I can see why the other site claims Jaslyn or Jazlyn is English for Joyful.

I think it is a beautiful name combined with many beautiful names and has a beautiful meaning to it.
-- Anonymous User  9/16/2008
No offense to anyone who has this name, it just reminds me of a stripper for some reason.
-- jedi_skye  11/10/2008
No absolutely not! This name smacks of run-down trailer-park families who must give a "unique" name to their daughters to make them stand out (and then find no less than twelve other girls in their daughter's class with the same name). As soon as the trend is over, then the girls who bear this name will live with it for life as a reminder of all of these ridiculous names like "Jaylen", "Jayden", "Kylee", "McKayla", "Kaylee", and so on and so forth.
-- gaelruadh19  1/27/2009
This name sounds very trashy and unfeminine. I don't know why made-up names like this are so popular.
-- bananarama  11/13/2009
Hideous, trashy, ugly stripper name. Only low class people with poor taste would bestow this monstrosity on their child.
-- Aureliano  3/2/2010
I can see this name still being used in the future. It does have quite the modern feeling, and it's not nearly as stupid as most of the others out there. I don't like the sound of it, myself. Pronouncing it Jazz-lin, you may as well say Jasmine. At least that is reminiscent of something that exists. Of course, freestyle jazz itself is targeted at a specific range of people; perhaps the same could be said about this name. I would, however, never limit a goddamned thing to class. The poor do the same as the working as the middle as the upper middle as the wealthy as the rich & powerful. The only thing that changes is the ability to do something about it.
-- adelazero  2/24/2011
Like the spelling Jazzlyn better but I cant use it since my name is Jasmin and am called Jaz or Jazzy.
-- jazzycritique  5/18/2013
Jazlyn means "jasmine lake" or "jazz lake". Lyn comes from Welsh and means "lake" and Jaz either comes from the name Jasmine which comes from Arabic meaning "jasmine" or from the word Jazz.
-- Anonymous User  3/17/2014
That is the most ratchet name ever.
-- Anonymous User  6/4/2014

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