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Girl Names Starting with Ye-

Ye- baby names and what they mean, with 28 results. Ye- names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity in 1990 (usage of 0.1%) and have become much less common since, with names such as Yessenia falling out of fashion. Yeom (top 64%) and Yela (64%) are popular Ye- last names.

Ye- names

Yeesha - Yesfir | Yessica - Yevette

Yeesha - Yesfir

Form of Ieesha. Derived fr. Arabic language. "Alive and well." Yersha and Yetsha are creative forms. See also Leesha.

Var. of Euphemia. Source fr. Greek word. "Good to speak." Rare, but Yefim is comparable to popular -im surnames Yusim (upper 66%), Yochim (27%).

Form of Yudit. Root fr. Hebrew. "Praise." Yehudis is a slightly favored birth name.

Var. of Yaira. Stems fr. Hebrew element. "To illuminate." Scarce as a birth name, but Yeira is comparable to the more popular Keira. See also Veira.

Form of Yakira. Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Costly, precious." Uncommon, with the unusual -ra suffix for Yekara, like Yakira, Yeira.

Yekaterin1, Yekaterina1
Forms of Katherine. From Greek language. "Pure." Yekaterin and Yekaterina are unusual feminine names.

Yekaterin2, Yekaterina2
Var. of Catherine. Root fr. Greek language. "Pure." Yekaterin and Yekaterina are not frequently used as birth names.

Based on Russian, Greek words. Variant of Katherine .. Rather quaint as a children's name. See also Yekaterin.

Var. of Ekaterina. Root fr. Greek element. "Pure." Yekaterina was not among 2015's Top names. See also Yekaterin.

Form of Yalena. Derived fr. Russian, Greek. "Sun ray." Not Top 2000 name. See also Yllona.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ye- names: Yesenia, Yessenia

Form of Jelena. Origin fr. Russian, Greek. "Sun ray." Rare as a baby name, but Yelena is comparable to the more common Celena. See also Yllona.

Var. of Helen. From Greek language. "Sun ray." Rare, with the favored -na ending for Yelena, like Yanna, Yalena.

Yelisabeta, var. Yelisabetta, Yelizabet, Yelizavetha
Origin fr. Russian, Hebrew. "God is my oath." Yelizavetha and variants are hardly found as feminine names.

Yelisaveta, Yelizaveta
Var. of Elizabeth. Derived fr. Hebrew word. "God is my oath." Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Yaminah. Origin fr. Arabic language. "Suitable, proper." Yemina is unique as a baby name. See also Gemina.

Form of Yarina. Based on Russian, Greek languages. Variant of Irene. Yerina was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Yemina.

Yerusha, var. Yeruscha
From Hebrew word. "Married, belonging to someone." Yerusha and Yeruscha are not often adopted as children's names.

Yesenia and variantsYesenia1, var. Yesemia, Yessenia1, Yessenya1
Origin fr. Spanish. Somewhat common as children's names, Yessenia, Yesenia, etc. are similar to the conventional Jessenia.

Yesenia2, Yessenia2, Yessenya2
Var. of Jessenia. Derivative of Spanish language. Sparing use, with usage of 0.007% for Yesenia and variants as baby names in 2015, less than 0.008% the previous year.

Var. of Esther. Based on Persian word. "Myrtle, bride; star." Not Top 2000 name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ye- names for girls.

1. Yeesha - Yesfir
Ieesha [Yeesha], Euphemia [Yefim], Yudit [Yehudit], Yaira [Yeira], Yakira [Yekara], Katherine [Yekaterin, Yekaterina], Catherine [Yekaterin, Yekaterina], Yekaterina, Ekaterina [Yekaterina], Yalena [Yelena], Jelena [Yelena], Helen [Yelena], Yelisabeta [Yelizabet, Yelisabetta, Yelizavetha], Elizabeth [Yelisaveta, Yelizaveta], Yaminah [Yemina], Yarina [Yerina], Yerusha [Yeruscha], Yesenia [Yesemia, Yessenia, Yessenya], Jessenia [Yesenia, Yessenia, Yessenya], Esther [Yesfir]

Yessica [Yesseca, Yessika], Jessica [Yessica], Yetta [Yette], Henrietta [Yetta, Yettie], Jetta [Yette], Yeva [Yevka], Yvonne [Yevette], Yvette [Yevette]

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