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What does Yolanthe mean?

Yolanthe Pronunciation of Yolanthe as a name for girls is a Greek and Latin name, and the name Yolanthe means "violet flower; purple". Yolanthe is an alternate spelling of Iolanthe (Greek). Yolanthe is also a variation of Violet (Latin): one of the earliest flower names. Yolanthe is also used as a derivative of Yolanda (Greek, Spanish).


ASSOCIATED WITH greek, violet, flower


OTHER FORMS VIA IOLANTHE, VIOLET, YOLANDA Eolande, Eolantha, Iolande, Iolanta, Iolantha, Jolande, Jolanne, Jolanta, Jolantha, Jolanthe, Violante, Violanthe, Yoland, Yolande, Yolane, Yolantha, Yolette, Yollande



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How popular is Yolanthe?

Yolanthe is a rare first name for women. Yolanthe is an equivalently rare last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Violet (#43 IN RECENT RANKINGS), Yolanda and Yolande are the popular alternative forms of Yolanthe (NOT RANKED) ranked in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Eolantha, are seldom used. These relations of Yolanthe reached the top of their popularity during 1910-1919 (AVERAGE #696) and have remained as common to this day (#1347, 8%), but with the form Yolanda becoming less in vogue. Violet is the most contemporarily stylish name for newborns in this list. (2018 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Violet, Yolanda, Yolande in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Violet outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended sound-alike names are Agathe, Amaranthe, Anthe, Atlante, Blanche, Blithe, Blythe, Bolanile, Calantha, Calanthe, Cathe, Cleanthe, Clianthe (see Cliantha), Dianthe, Evanthe, Faithe, Faythe, Ianthe, Jacinthe, Jacynthe, Kaethe, Kalantha, Kathe, Klianthe, Krysanthe, Marthe, Melantha, Olathe, Rhodanthe, Rolande, Solange, Xanthe, Yacintha, Yancee, Yancie, Yoana, Yoanah, Yoanna, Yoannah, Yohanna, Yola, Yolaiza (see Yolanda), Yolanne, Yolie, Yollie, Yolonda, Yonah, Yoninah, Yoslene, Yosline, Ysande, Ysanne and Yulanda. These names tend to be more frequently used than Yolanthe.

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