Yaffa, var. Yaffah, means "lovely". Unique as a name for baby girls.
Yahaloma, means "diamond". Rare as a given name.
Yaira, var. Yeira, means "to illuminate". Unique as a girls' name. See also Yakira.
Yakira, var. Yekara, means "costly, precious". Yakira is a rare female name. See also Jakira.
Yalena, var. Yelena, means "sun ray". Yalena is an unconventional given name. The variation Yelena is generally used as a form of this name.
Yaminah, var. Yemina, Yamina, means "suitable, proper". Yaminah is atypical as a given name. See also Yoninah.
Yancey, var. Yancy, Yancie, Yancee. Name applicable for both genders. Yancey is a sparsely used feminine name, appearing regularly (Top 3%) as a surname in the US Census.
Yannick, var. Yann, Yannic, Yanick, means "God is gracious". Also suitable as a boys' name. Yannick is unique as a given name.
Yara, means "water lady; small butterfly". Seldom used as a given name for girls, Yara is used more conventionally as a last name. See also Yeira.
Yarina, var. Yerina, Yaryna. Rare as a given name for baby girls. See also Yamina.
Yarmilla, means "trader". Scarce as a birth name for females. See also Carmilla.
Yarona, means "she will rejoice". Scarce as a name for children. See also Varona.
Yasmin▼, var. Yazmin▼, Yasmina, Yasmine▼, Yasmene, Yasmena, Yasamin, Yasiman, Yasmeen▼, Yasminda, Yasmeena, means "jasmine flower". A common choice for a given name (#904 the past year), Yasmin also occurs often as a first name among the female populace in the US Census. The form Yazmin is commonplace as a variation of Yasmin.
Yekaterina. Scarce as a birth name for girls. See also Yekaterin.
Yelisabeta, var. Yelizabet, Yelizavetha, Yelisabetta, means "God is my oath". A seldom-used name for newborns. See also Yelizaveta.
Yerusha, var. Yeruscha. Yerusha is uncommonly used as a female name. See also Gerusha.
Yesenia▼, var. Yasenia, Yesemia, Yazenia, Yessenya, Yessenia▼. Usage of Yesenia and Yessenia as baby names has waned over the years. The variation Yessenia is generally used as a variant form of this name.
Yessica, var. Yessika, Yesseca. Yessica is a unique female name. See also Tessica.
Yetta▼, var. Yette. Yetta is a commonplace (Top 43%) women's name. See also Yvetta.
Yeva, var. Yevka. Yeva is atypical as a feminine name. See also Neva.
Ynez, var. Ynes, Ynesita, means "chaste". Unique as a birth name for girls. The variation Inez is widely used as a form of Ynez.
Yoana, var. Yana, Yanna, Yoanna, Yoanah, Yoannah, means "God is gracious". Unique as a baby name. See also Yohanna.
Yoconda, means "delight". Scarce as a birth name for girls. See also Yolonda.
Yoko, means "good, positive". Rarely used as a given name for baby girls these days, but Yoko is still recorded commonly as a first name among the general female population according to the US Census.
Yolanda▼, var. Yola, Yolie, Yoland, Yolonda, Yolette, Yulanda, Yalinda, Yalonda, Yolande, Yolaiza, .. 3 more, means "violet flower". Yolanda and Iola have waned in favor as baby names over the years. The variations Yulanda and Iola are commonly used as variant forms of this name.
Yonina, var. Yona, Yonah, Yonit, Yonita, Yonina, Yoninah, means "dove". Scarce as a birth name for girls. The form Jona is commonplace as a variation of Yonina.
Yordan, var. Yordana, Yordanna. Yordan is unique as a female name.
Yoslene, var. Yosline, Yoslina, Yosleen. A seldom-used girls' name.
Yosepha, var. Yosefa, Yuseffa, means "Jehovah increases". A scarce given name for girls. The variation Josefa is commonly used as a variant form of this name.
Ysabel, var. Ysbel, Ysobel, Yabell, Ysabell, Yabella, Yabelle, Ysbella, Ysabella, Ysabelle. Rare as a name for babies. See also Yzobel.