Jasmine - What Does Your Name Mean?
What does the name Jasmine mean, what is its origin and who are the famous Jasmines? Discover the story behind the name.
Name Meaning: Jasmine
Jasmine is a female name pronounced Jaz-min.
The name Jasmine refers to a genus of vines and shrubs in the olive family. The Jasmine most commonly known is a climbing plant with small, delicate, fragrant flowers often used for making perfume and tea.
Jasmine is the Old French derivative of the Persian name 'Yasmin' meaning "gift from God" in Arabic.
Nicknames & Varients of Jasmine
Ismenia, Jas, Jaslyn, Jaslynn, Jasmaine, Jasmeen, Jasmin, Jasmina, Jasminda, Jasmyn, Jasmyne, Jassamayn, Jazan, Jazmaine, Jazmin, Jazmina, Jazmine, Jazmon, Jazmyn, Jazmyne, Jazz, Jazzlyn, Jazzmin, Jazzmine, Jazzmon, Jazzmyn, Jazzmynn, Jess, Jessamine, Jessamy, Jessamyn, Jessie, Jessimine, Jessimine, J'hasmyn, Tasmine, Yasmeen, Yasmene, Yasmin, Yasmina, Yasmine and Yasminia.
Jasmine Guy - American actress, singer and dancer born 1962
Jasmine Al Fayed - British fashion designer born 1980
Jasmine Trias - Filipino American singer born 1986
Jasmine Tatjana Anette Valentin - Finnish singer born 1976
Jasmine Richards - Canadian actress born 1990
Meera Jasmine - Indian actress born 1984
The Jasmine family - American entrepreneurial philanthropic family
Jasmine rice - a type of fragrant rice from Thailand
Jasmine in Fiction
Princess Jasmine - character from the 1992 Disney movie 'Aladdin')
Jasmine - a 1989 novel by Bharati Mukherjee
Jasmine - 1996 Canadian TV series featuring a character 'Jasmine Rocheleau'
Jasmine - 1912 British silent movie
Jasmine in Music
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