According to the latest 2020 data from the Social Security Administration, the name first started appearing in the top 1,000 most popular names in 1973. 1 It broke into the top 100 in 1986 at number 95.
Nicknames: Jas, Jaz, Jazzy, Jes and Minnie. Variations: Jasmine, Jasmina, Jessamine, Yasmin, and Yasmine.
Jasmin is a masculine name, a variant of Jasmine, and is the common form in Germany and Finland. In the German, Finnish and English-speaking countries it is female, in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia it is male – the female variant in these countries is Jasmina.
The most popular is the traditional English spelling Jasmine, followed by Jazmin(e). Jasmine is currently the fourth most popular spelling of this name, given to a total of almost 9,000 girls a year (that’s a lot!).
Jasmine was first used as a flower name in the west in circa 1900, during the heyday of flower name fashion. Michael Jordan, Martin Lawrence and Nigel Barker all have daughters named Jasmine. Jasmine has many alternative spellings. Below: Jasmine, Jasmine, Jasmine, Jazmin, Jazmine, Jazmyn and Jazmynn.
The floral scent of jasmine is rich, sweet, fruity and sensual. Unlike other flowers, jasmine also has a slightly animal note that smells persistent and musky. The combination of feminine sweetness and masculine wildness make the scent of jasmine universally attractive.
Besides Isabella and Valentina, other girly names in the US Top 1000 include Anastasia, Arabella, Evangeline, Francesca, Juliette, Liliana, Savannah and Scarlett Staying on the radar are Georgiana, Mirabelle, Raphaela and Seraphina.
Bae, Honey, Cutie, and Wifey are just a few of the many nicknames you might call your girlfriend. Pet names for girls are meant to show your affection and tenderness through flirty jokes or romantic nicknames.