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Yasmin is pronounced Yas-meen. The name is Arabic, not from any particular part or culture. It is also a fairly common name in Pakistan where Islam is practiced.
-- yazzie31  2/15/2005
Yasmin is indeed pronounced Yas-meen. While Yasmin is Persian for Jasmine it is more common in Pakistan, Afghanistan and neighbouring Arabian countries. In Iran Jasmin is much more common.
-- Maree  7/11/2005
The meaning of the name is flower in Arabic or Persian. It is used in nearly all Muslim countries and has become a popular name for English people as well. Indian and Pakistani's also use the name. The variations of the spellings are Yasmin, Yasmine, Yazmin, Yazmine, Yasmeen and Yazmeen.
-- Anonymous User  10/1/2005
In Danish "min" means "my" so as a Dane I think it sounds very sweet to say min Yasmin. I love this name as I love flowers too.
-- elliebeth  5/7/2006
Yasmin Levy is a famous singer from Israel. She revives beautiful and romantic songs from her Ladino/Judeo-Spanish heritage.
-- Ylva  8/28/2006
The name of that stupid Bratz doll.
-- libbygirl  9/22/2006
I think this name is different and unique and is a name of a Bratz Doll.
-- AlexisHaberly  10/9/2006
Yasmin is an Hebrew name and it appears in the Old Testament in the Hebrew language.
-- Anonymous User  11/26/2006
Yasmin LeBon is a model/mother/wife to Simon le Bon.
-- Anonymous User  12/4/2006
In London it is not unique. I know more Yasmin's, Jasmine's and the like than I do Jennifer's. Nice name though, not trendy or made up, just popular.
-- Anonymous User  2/1/2007
Yasmin is the brand name of an oral contraceptive (i.e. birth control pill) in the U.S.
-- Isla  3/10/2007
Near Croatia Yasmin is also used as a name for boys.
-- Saciel  10/22/2007
It is pronounced ya- ("ya wanna?") -s -min (like the "min" in "minor").
-- Saciel  10/22/2007
In the flower language, Yasmin means "you are enchanting".
-- Saciel  10/22/2007
The Turkish version of this name is Yasemin (pronounced yass-eh-meen). There is a little girl, whose parents are from Turkey, in my preschool class named this. I think its a very pretty version of Jasmine.
-- Arieanne  1/24/2009
I could never name my daughter Yasmin simply because it immediately makes me think of the contraceptive by the same name.
-- ICEyun  2/25/2009
This name is ugly. It reminds me of yaks or birth control. Ew.
-- becca_marciano  4/7/2009
Yasmin Aga Khan (1949-) is the daughter of Rita Hayworth and her third husband, Prince Aly Khan. She is a Pakistani-American philanthropist who has helped raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease.
-- Anonymous User  8/18/2009
I understand an Arabic person using this name, but just to be kre8tiv is ridiculous. Stick with Jasmine, please.
-- Dawson  12/22/2010
This name has been in use across the middle-east for centuries and essentially means 'beautiful fragrant flower' - a reference to the Jasmine flower.
-- Nininska  5/18/2011
Why would you spell it with a y?!?!?! It should be Jasmine! Yasmin is a yucky-yuck name and it reminds me of someone who is very boring and has a dumb voice. But sometimes it reminds me of a chav who has massive hoop earrings...
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2012
I LOVE this name! It is gorgeous and classy :)
-- Anonymous User  5/3/2012
Pronounced YAZ-min.
-- Anonymous User  5/4/2012
Yasmin Siraj (born 1996 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American figure skater.
-- Anonymous User  8/5/2012
Beautiful Arabic name, but it's very common. I have at least 5 female relatives with this name. I also know a lot of other people with it.
-- zaki95  9/11/2012
I want to like this name, but I know a Yasmin who is a stuck-up snob. Thus, it makes me think of a snooty popular girl. It's also the name of one of those icky Bratz dolls.
-- Buneary  11/9/2012
Yasmin is much prettier than Jasmine.
-- pearljam  1/4/2013
As a matter of principal, the origin of a name should not be based on how a person chooses to spell the name in English based on a foreign language.

Immigrants choose a spelling based on how they think that a name will be pronounced. The name itself is a cultural and traditional choice from their native country, culture and language.

I believe that Yasmine, Yasmin and Yasmin are all originally arabic, but have been adapted and adopted as Persian or Hebrew. It means Jasmine.
-- nedaalsaadi85  3/30/2014
I think the spelling Yasmeen is better.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  9/7/2014

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