Yaron is a Hebrew male name meaning “to shout, to sing” as well as also meaning “full of joy” or “will be full of joy”. Yaron is also a Hebrew surname derived from the given name. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Jaron (Hebrew, English)   Female forms: Yarona (Hebrew)  


Ygritte is a female name, a created name for a wilding character in author George R.R. Martin’s series of fantasy novels, A Song of Ice and Fire. Though I couldn’t find any information of where Martin got the name from, I can’t help but wonder if he was inspired by Ygraine, the name of Arthur’s mother from the Arthurian…


Yuliana is the Russian, Bulgarian, and Indonesian form of Juliana, the feminine form of Julian which is the English form of Iulianus (or Julianus), an Ancient Roman family name meaning “belonging to Julius”, Julius a name of uncertain meaning though it could possibly be derived from Greek ioulos meaning “downy-bearded”, implying someone who was youthful, though it could also be related to Iovis, the…


Yolanda is the Spanish form of French Yolande which seems to be possibly influenced from Greek Iolanthe meaning “violet flower” from Greek elements iole (violet) and anthos (flower), though it’s just as likely that it’s derived from Violante derived from Latin viola meaning “violet”. Yolanda could also be Germanic in origin, perhaps deriving from Old Germanic iv…


Yessenia is a variant spelling of Yesenia which is the Spanish form of Jessenia, the name of a South American palm tree. The origin of the name is unknown. Origin: Spanish Variants: Yesenia (Spanish) Jessenia (Spanish) Jesenia (Spanish)  


Yara is a female name with multiple origins and meanings: Yara is a Persian female name meaning “courage, strength, power” from Persian yâvar (strength, power), a cognate of Avestan zāvar (strength, power); it’s also a Turkish word meaning “wound”; it’s a Hebrew female name meaning “honeycomb” or “honeysuckle” though it may also be related to Hebrew ya’ar יַעַר meaning “forest, woods, woodland”;…


Yotaka is a Japanese male name with various meanings depending on the kanji used: “buzzard” (鵟); “night + hawk” (夜鷹); though the literal meaning is “nighthawk”, referring to the bird which belongs to the nightjar family, it also has a secondary meaning of streetwalker/prostitute. Origin: Japanese


Yannick is a diminutive of Yann, the Breton form of John, the English form of Iohannes, derived from Hebrew Yochanan meaning “Yahweh is gracious”, so Yannick essentially means “little John” or “little Yann”. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Yanick (Breton, French) Yannic (Breton, French) Yanic (Breton, French) Yann (Breton, French)  


Yusra is an Arabic female name meaning “wealth, ease, comfort”. It’s also related to a root word meaning “left”. Origin: Arabic   يسرى (Arabic)


Yui (pr. yoo-ee)  is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used. It could mean 唯 “only, sole, alone”; 由 “cause, reason; 維 “to tie, fasten up, to link, connect”;結 “to tie, fasten, to end, conclude, finish”; 唯衣 “only, sole, alone + clothing”; 由衣 “cause, reason + clothing”; 結衣 “to tie, fasten, to end, conclude, finish + clothing”; as well…


Yutaka is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: “bountiful; excellent; rich” (豊); “abundant; rich; fertile” (裕); “tenderness, gentleness; excel; surpass; actor; superiority” (優); “tolerent; lenient; generosity; relax; feel at home; be at ease; broadminded” (寛); “good crops; prosperity; a number of 1028″ (穣); “warm” (温); “masculine, male; hero;…


Yonah is the Hebrew form of Jonah meaning “dove” in Hebrew. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Jonah (English) Jonas (English, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, Dutch) Yunus (Arabic, Turkish) Ionas (Biblical Greek & Latin) Iona (Russian, Georgian, Biblical Latin) Jonáš (Czech, Slovak) Joona (Finnish) Joonas (Finnish) Jónas (Icelandic)  


Yuri is a variant trancription of Yuriy, the Russian and Ukrainian form of George, the English form of Greek Georgios meaning “farmer, earthworker” from ge (earth) and ergon (work). Yuri is also a Japanese female name meaning “lily” though there could be other meanings depending on the kanji used, as well as also being a Korean female name with various meanings…


Yılmaz is a Turkish masculine name meaning “dauntless, intrepid, fearless” in Turkish. As well as being a given name, Yılmaz is also a surname. Origin: Turkish Variants: Yilmaz (English)