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.
Yannick, var. Yann, Yannic, Yanick, means "God is gracious". Unisex name. Not frequently used as a baby name.
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.
Yarina, var. Yerina, Yaryna. Yarina is scantly used as a women's name. See also Farina.
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.
Yasmin▼, var. Yazmin, Yasmina, Yasmine, Yasmene, Yasmena, Yasamin, Yasiman, Yasmeen, Yasminda, Yasmeena, means "jasmine flower". Yasmin has waned in popularity as a birth name for girls over time since 2006. The form Yasmine is commonly used as a variation of this name.
Yekaterina. Yekaterina is scantly used as a women's name.
Yelisabeta, var. Yelizabet, Yelizavetha, Yelisabetta, means "God is my oath". A girls' name which is not broadly used. See also Yelizaveta.
Yerusha, var. Yeruscha. Yerusha is infrequently used as a female name.
Yesenia▼, var. Yasenia, Yesemia, Yazenia, Yessenya, Yessenia. Usage of Yesenia as a birth name has declined over the years since 1990.
Yessica, var. Yessika, Yesseca. Yessica is infrequently used as a female 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.
Yoana, var. Yana, Yanna, Yoanna, Yoanah, Yoannah, means "God is gracious". Not widely used as a given name. See also Yna.
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.
Yolanda▼, var. Yola, Yolie, Yoland, Yolonda, Yolette, Yulanda, Yalinda, Yalonda, Yolande, Yolaiza, .. 3 more, means "violet flower". Yolanda is recognizable (Top 4%) as a female name. The form Yolonda is common as a version of Yolanda.
Yonina, var. Yona, Yonah, Yonit, Yonita, Yonina, Yoninah, means "dove". Yonina is scantly used as a women's name. See also Yemina.
Yordan, var. Yordana, Yordanna. A birth name for girls which is not commonly used.
Yoslene, var. Yosline, Yoslina, Yosleen. Yoslene is infrequently used as a female name.
Yosepha, var. Yosefa, Yuseffa, means "Jehovah increases". Yosepha is scantly used as a female name.
Ysabel, var. Ysbel, Ysobel, Yabell, Ysabell, Yabella, Yabelle, Ysbella, Ysabella, Ysabelle. Ysabel is an infrequently used women's name.