Yaakov, var. Yago, Yakob, Yakov, Yacov, Yachov, Yaacob, means "he who supplants". Yaakov is an irregularly used masculine name.
Yaar, means "forest". Seldom used as a given name. See also Yakar.
Yaholo, means "he who yells". Unique as a birth name for boys.
Yakar, means "precious". A unique given name for boys. See also Yasir.
Yakim, var. Yachim, Yacheem, means "established by God". Yakim is irregularly used as a given name. See also Hakim.
Yale, var. Yael, means "heights, upland; fertile moor". A seldom-used given name for baby boys that exists more conventionally as a surname. The variation Yael is prevalent as a variant form of Yale.
Yanai, means "He will answer". Rare as a name for babies, Yanai is found more commonly as a last name. See also Yann.
Yancy, var. Yance, Yancey, Yantsey. Seldom used as a baby name, occurring more often as a surname. Unisex name.
Yann, var. Yannic, Yannick, means "God is gracious". A name suitable for both sexes. Yann is infrequently used as a men's name, and it occurs often (Top 29%) as a surname according to the US Census.
Yannis, var. Yanni, Yannakis, means "God is gracious". Yannis is a unique male name. See also Yannic.
Yaphet, var. Yapheth, means "comely". A scarce given name for boys.
Yardley, var. Yarley, Yardly, Yardlee, Yardlea, Yeardley, Yardleigh, means "fenced meadow". Yardley is a rare masculine name, and it appears commonly (Top 13%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Wardley.
Yarrow. Seldom used as a birth name for boys, Yarrow is used more often as a last name. See also Darrow.
Yasahiro, means "serene". A seldom-used given name for baby boys.
Yasir, var. Yasr, Yasser, Yaseer, means "well to do". Yasir is an atypical male name. See also Nasir.
Yates, var. Yeats, means "the gates". Yates is an unusual male name, occurring frequently (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Oates.
Yazid, var. Yazeed, means "becoming greater". A unique name for babies.
Yehudi, var. Yehuda, Yehudit, Yehudah, Yechudi, Yechudit, means "praise". The variant form Judah has grown progressively more popular as a given name since 1880-1889. The form Yehuda is commonly used as a version of the name.
Yeoman, var. Youman, means "attendant, servant". Yeoman is unconventional as a male name, occurring frequently (Top 16%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Yemin.
Yesenin. Yesenin is an intermittently used given name.
Yevgeny, var. Yevgeniy, means "noble aristocrat". Yevgeny is rarely used as a men's name. See also Yevgeni.
Yishachar, var. Yisachar, means "reward will come". A unique name for boys. See also Yissachar.
Yitzhak, var. Yitzchak. A seldom-used given name.
Ymir. Unique as a birth name. See also Emir.
Ynyr. Unique as a birth name for males. See also Ymir.
Yochanan, var. Yohannan, means "God is gracious". Seldom used as a birth name for boys.
Yoelvis. Seldom used as a given name.
Yonas, means "dove". Seldom used as a given name.
Yorath, means "handsome lord". Rare as a name for boys.
Yorick, means "farmer". Scarce as a name for babies. See also York.