Y is for Yanna, Yelena, Yvette, and Yolanda—and a handful of other baby girl names you might want to say yes to.
Yvette had one moment of glory in the 60s when she got a lot of attention, but has since settled comfortably into the retirement... Read More
Meaning "violet flower" in Greek, the very midcentury sounding Yolanda was once a flower in full bloom who is now wilting... Read More
Yara is a beautiful name with a beautiful history. Pronounced YAH-rah, it's the name of a Brazilian goddess with green hair... Read More
With Isabel and Isabella sky rocketing up the name charts in the wake of the Twilight Saga, Ysabel is the perfect choice... Read More
English: From the fertile hill; associated with Ivy League Yale University
Welsh: From the fertile hill; associated with Ivy League Yale University
Spanish: Meaning unknown; gained popularity in the ''70s as a title character of a Spanish-language soap opera