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Y is for Yanna, Yelena, Yvette, and Yolanda—and a handful of other baby girl names you might want to say yes to.
Japanese: A town located in Hamana District, Shizuoka, Japan.
Yvette had one moment of glory in the 60s when she got a lot of attention, but has since settled comfortably into the retirement...
Meaning "violet flower" in Greek, the very midcentury sounding Yolanda was once a flower in full bloom who is now wilting...
Basque: Reference to the Virgin Mary
Yara is a beautiful name with a beautiful history. Pronounced YAH-rah, it's the name of a Brazilian goddess with green hair...
English: From the yew tree valley; surname; variant of Udell
Russian: Russian familar form for Jacob or James
With Isabel and Isabella sky rocketing up the name charts in the wake of the Twilight Saga, Ysabel is the perfect choice...
Norse: A mythical giant
Native American: Blue (Sioux)
Hebrew: Supplanter or siezing by the heel; variant of Jacob
English: From the fertile hill; associated with Ivy League Yale University
Welsh: From the fertile hill; associated with Ivy League Yale University
Russian: Russian form of Helen light
Hindi: God of death and time in Brahmanism
Native American: Blossom (Hopi)
Native American: Englishman, derived possibly from yankee
Russian: Appointed by God
Hebrew: He who sings, cry of joy
Hebrew: Praised; variant of Judah
Hebrew: Established by God
Spanish: Meaning unknown; gained popularity in the ''70s as a title character of a Spanish-language soap opera
English: Generous, giving; possible diminutive of Henrietta
Hebrew: He laughs; popular variant of Isaac