Meaning & History
From a variant spelling of the English word jasmine (see Jasmine), used also to refer to flowering plants in the cestrum family.
Other Languages & CulturesYasmeen, Yasmin, Yasmine, Yasmina(Arabic) Jasmina(Bosnian) Jasmina, Jasminka(Croatian) Jasmína(Czech) Jasmijn(Dutch) Jasmin(Finnish) Jasmine, Yasmina, Yasmine(French) Jasmin(German) Yasmin(Hebrew) Jázmin(Hungarian) Gelsomina(Italian) Jasmina(Macedonian) Yasaman, Yasamin(Persian) Jasmina(Serbian) Jasmina(Slovene) Yasmina(Spanish) Yasemin(Turkish) Yasmeen, Yasmin(Urdu)
People think this name is
youthful formal upper class natural wholesome delicate refined strange complex serious
Entry updated February 28, 2019