My name is Jasmin and I guess I kinda don’t like it because it’s not really common or the way it’s spelled isn’t really common and also when they have those little key chains with the name on it my name is never there so it kinda gets annoying.
― Anonymous User  8/20/2020
I prefer Jasmine.
SaltyLemon123456  8/9/2020
This name is super pretty but it’s kinda common at my school.
saturnbrat  5/17/2020
I don't like it as an English variant.
someone-  4/23/2020
The name Jasmin was given to 281 girls born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Jasmin are female.
― Anonymous User  6/6/2017
My name's Tasmin and I get this all the time. It's kind of irritating, because that's really not my name. I even had to change the way I wrote the letter T so people wouldn't get it wrong.
― Anonymous User  10/23/2009
I'm Finnish and this is my name. I kind of like it but hate that everyone makes so stupid nicknames of it. It was very popular name in Finland in 90's.
jass-  3/21/2009
Jasmin is also a modern Finnish name. As jass- said, it was very popular in the '90s (many names starting with J were very trendy then and Disney's 'Aladdin' might have helped too). Pronunciation is YUS-min. [noted -ed]
Jasmine (three syllables: YUS-mi-NE) is a rarer variant.
Louska  11/30/2016
To me it's just tacky.
GeorgiaLovely  10/25/2008
Believe it or not, Jasmin is a masculine name in Albania and Bosnia. Over there, the feminine form is Jasmina. I know an Albanian with this name, and he is male. On top of that, it's pronounced differently. But to English ears, it sounds like a feminine name, so I can understand why someone would use it on a girl.
bananarama  7/13/2008
The German dance-music star who once went by the stage name Blümchen is named Jasmin Wagner.
greta-elisif  5/19/2008
I love the name Jasmin using the German pronunciation YAS-meen. However, I am afraid if used in the U.S. people would mistake it for a poor varitation of Jasmine. So I guess I am torn on my opinion of this name because you would always have to correct people. I love the German pronunciation and disfavor the English pronunciation.
― Anonymous User  10/9/2007
Like the two commentors above said, Jasmin isn't just a modern English version of Jasmine! Jasmin is also the "normal" way of spelling Jasmine in German speaking countries. I have a friend named Jasmin, who I think the name really suits.
swisssugar  9/4/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Jasmin here:
_satu_  9/3/2006
This name is very popular in Germany, pronounced "Yus-meen".
― Anonymous User  4/14/2005

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