Baby Names starting with Y for girls



Baby Names from A to Z

Yaffa, var. Yaffah, means "lovely". Only sporadically used as a given name.

Yahaloma, means "diamond". A given name for girls which is only scarcely used.

Yaira, var. Yeira, means "to illuminate". Yaira is intermittently used as a female name. See also Zaira.

Yakira, var. Yekara, means "costly, precious". Yakira is scantly used as a women's name. See also Yaira.

Yalena, var. Yelena, means "sun ray". Yalena is intermittently used as a women's name. See also Salena.

Yaminah, var. Yemina, Yamina, means "suitable, proper". Yaminah is a scantly used female name.

Yancey, var. Yancy, Yancie, Yancee. Name applicable for both girls and boys. A girls' name which is not broadly used and is used more frequently as a surname.

Yara, means "water lady; small butterfly". Yara is intermittently used as a women's name, and it appears regularly (Top 75%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Yana.

Yarmilla, means "trader". A name for baby girls which is not broadly used. See also Carmilla.

Yarona, means "she will rejoice". A given name which is only scarcely used. See also Varona.

Yekaterina. Yekaterina is scantly used as a women's name.

Yetta, var. Yette. Usage of Yetta as a name for newborns has diminished over the years since 1910. See also Betta.

Yeva, var. Yevka. Yeva is scantly used as a women's name. See also Eeva.

Ynez, var. Ynes, Ynesita, means "chaste". A birth name for girls which is not commonly used. The form Ines is commonly used as a variation of this name.

Yoconda, means "delight". Only sporadically used as a given name for girls. See also Yolonda.

Yoko, means "good, positive". A baby name which is only intermittently used these days, but Yoko still exists often as a first name among women in the community according to the US Census.

Yosepha, var. Yosefa, Yuseffa, means "Jehovah increases". Yosepha is scantly used as a female name.

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