Girl names that start with the letter Y

When we know that a baby is on the way, we begin to think of possible names that we will choose for him or her. Some people choose to choose traditional names in the family, while others choose something different and take inspiration from different places, such as literature or nature .

In other cases, some parents have a preference for a particular letter or some original name, of exotic origin and meaning. So continuing our journey through baby names from A to Z , we share 101 girl names that start with the letter y .

  • Yadira / Yadhira: of Latin origin, it means “one who has great intuition”.
  • Yafa / Yaffa / Yafit: of Hebrew origin, it means “beauty”.
  • Yaira: of Hebrew origin, it means “to illuminate”.
  • Yaiza: of Arabic origin, it means “rainbow, person who shares everything.”
  • Yakira: of Hebrew origin, it means “beautiful, wonderful.”
  • Yalens: of Russian origin, variant of Elena, which means “light.”
  • Yalid: of Arabic origin, it means “beautiful field flower”.
  • Yalitza: of Hindu origin, it means “light, power, imagination.”
  • Yamal: of Arabic origin, it means “beauty”.
  • Yamanik: of Aztec origin, it means “emerald”.
  • Yamila / Yamile: of Arabic origin, it means “beautiful flower of the desert”.
  • Yamileth: of Arabic origin, it means “beautiful, pretty”.
  • Yamina / Yaminah: of Arabic origin, it means “auspicious”.
  • Yanai: of Quechua origin, it means “my little brunette, my beloved”.
  • Yanara: of Mapuche origin, it means “daughter of the sun”.
  • Yanel: of French origin, it means “channel”.
  • Yanela: of Brazilian origin, it means “window”.
  • Yaneli / Yanelli: of American origin, it is a variant of Jeannette or Jane, which means “God has had mercy.”
  • Yaneth / Yanitzia: of Hebrew origin, it is a variant of Juana, which means “God is auspicious”.
  • Yang mi: of Korean origin, it means “rose”.
  • Yanil: of Arabic origin, it means “friendly”.
  • Yankiray: of Mapuche origin, it means “stone flower, lily”.
  • Yannick: of French origin, a variant of Juana, which means “the grace of God.”
  • Yannis: of Hebrew origin, it is used for a boy and a girl, and means “gift from God.”
  • Yarah: of Brazilian origin, it means “woman of the water”.
  • Yarazeth: of Arabic origin, it means “friendship”.
  • Yarden: of Hebrew origin, it means “to descend”.
  • Yarely: of Native American origin, it means “the Lord is my light.”
  • Yareni: of Aztec origin, it means “our”.
  • Yaretzi: of Aztec origin that means “she who will always be loved”.
  • Yari: of Russian origin, it is the diminutive of Yarine, which means “calm.”
  • Yariela: of American origin, it is a variant of Mariela, which means “the chosen star.”
  • Yaritza: of American origin, it is the combination of Yana (charming) and Ritsa (protector).
  • Yashila: of Hindu origin, it means “famous”.
  • Yashira: of Arabic origin, it means “wealth”.
  • Yasmin / Yasmina: of Persian origin, variant of Jasmine, which means “jasmine”.
  • Yasna: of Hebrew origin, it is the name of a goddess.
  • Yasu: of Japanese origin, it means “calm”.
  • Yatzary: of Aztec origin, it means “spikelet of wheat”.
  • Yatzil: of Mayan origin, it means “beloved”.
  • Yatziri / Yatziry: of Mayan origin, it means “flower of the dew or maiden of the moon”.
  • Yaxha: American name, it means “green water”.
  • Yedda / Yeddah: of English origin, it means “beautiful voice”.
  • Yei: of Japanese origin, it means “to flourish”.
  • Yej susen: of Zapotec origin, it is the lily flower.
  • Yelitza: of Aztec origin, it means “door of heaven”.
  • Yeni: of Chinese origin, it means “longed for, desired”.
  • Yentl: of Israeli origin, it means “gentle, kind.”
  • Yerma: name created by Federico García Lorca for the protagonist of one of his dramas, titled the same.
  • Yeruti: of Guaraní origin, it means “turtledove”.
  • Yesenia: of Arabic origin, it refers to a type of flower.
  • Yetlanezi: of Nahuatl origin, it means “aurora borealis”.
  • Yetzali: of Aztec origin, it means “little heart”.
  • Yetzye: of Hebrew origin means “life”.
  • Yexalen: of Mayan origin, it means “star”.
  • Yeyetzi: of Nahuatl origin, it means “pretty”.
  • Yi jie: of Chinese origin, it means “happy and pure”.
  • Yilda: of Celtic origin, it means “the one who serves God”.
  • Yin: of Chinese origin, it means “silver, educated”.
  • Ylenia: of Greek origin, it is a variant of Helena (Ilenia). It means “that resplendent and attractive like the sun”.
  • Yoana: of Hebrew origin, a variant of Juan, Yohanan or Yehohanan, which means “Yahweh is good, Yahweh is merciful.
  • Yohualli: of Nahuatl origin, it means “feather”.
  • Yoi: of Japanese origin, it means “born in the afternoon”.
  • Yoki: of Japanese origin, it means “blue bird”.
  • Yoko: of Japanese origin, it means “good, positive”.
  • Yolanda: of Germanic origin, it is a variant of Violante, which means “the wealth of the country, the fruitful land.” In Portuguese, it is the violet flower.
  • Yolima: of Greek origin, it means “good and honest woman”.
  • Yoliztli: of Nahuatl origin, it means “white”.
  • Yolotzin / Yoltzin: of Nahuatl origin, it means “little heart”.
  • Yon: of Korean origin, it means “lotus flower”.
  • Yona: of Hebrew origin, it means “dove”.
  • Yone: of Greek origin, it means “violet”.
  • Yordan: of Hebrew origin, it is a variant of Jordan, which refers to the Jordan River, in Southeast Asia.
  • Yoriko: of Japanese origin, it means “trustworthy”.
  • Yoshiko: of Japanese origin, it means “good girl”.
  • Yoshino: of Japanese origin, it means “dense beauty”.
  • Young mi: of Korean origin, it means “prosperity, eternity and beauty”.
  • Yovela: of Hebrew origin, it means “happy”.
  • Yua: of Japanese origin, it means “empathy, union, love, affection”.
  • Yuana: of Hebrew origin, a variant of Juana, which means “the grace of God.”
  • Yuga: of Chinese origin, it means “friendly, affable”.
  • Yuji: of Japanese origin, it means “great being, brave, friend of her friends.”
  • Yukie: of Arabic origin, it means “eternal happiness”.
  • Yukiko: of Japanese origin, it means “snow girl”.
  • Yuko / Yuuko: of Japanese origin, it means “girl with grace”.
  • Yulene: of Norwegian origin, it means “born at Christmas”.
  • Yuliya: of Russian origin, it is a variant of Julia, which means “youthful”.
  • Yumara: of Arabic origin, it means “Arab princess”.
  • Yumei: of Japanese origin, it means “dream”.
  • Yumeko: of Japanese origin, it means “girl of my dreams”.
  • Yumi: of Japanese origin, it means “bow, beauty”.
  • Yuna / Yune: of Japanese origin, it means “power”. In Russian, name of the month of June.
  • Yuni: of English origin, a variant of June, which means “June”.
  • Yurak: of Quechua origin, it means “white”.
  • Yurena / Yurema: of Canarian origin, it was the name of a goddess from La Palma, to whom mystical powers were attributed. It means “daughter of the devil”.
  • Yuria: of Quechua origin, it means “dawn, dawn”.
  • Yuriko / Yuryko: of Japanese origin, it means “little lily or girl of lilies”.
  • Yuritzi / Yuritzy: of Mayan origin, she is the goddess of the moonbeam.
  • Yvaiene: of Scottish origin, it means “morning star”.
  • Yvette: of Scandinavian origin, it means “archer”.
  • Yvonne: of French and Slavic origin, it is a variant of Juana, which means “the grace of God.”

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