Jazmine is an English baby girl’s name that means “jasmine flower” and is a variant spelling of Jasmine. Jazmine was at peak popularity in the 1990s, due in part to the popularity of Princess Jasmine, a character in Disney’s 1992 film “Aladdin”.
Meaning of the name Jazmine:
English: jasmine flower
Origin of the name Jazmine:
Jazmine is an English baby girl’s name that means “jasmine flower”. It is an English variant spelling of the French name Jasmine.
Symbolism of the name Jazmine:
Jasmine is a popular white flowering shrub best known for its sweet fragrance and for its night blooming flowers. The flower is native to many places in the world including Africa, Eurasia, and Oceania, making it well known to many cultures. The jasmine flower symbolizes love, beauty, modesty, and purity.
Style of the name Jazmine:
Gender of the name Jazmine:
Jazmine is a girl's name.
Pronunciation of the name Jazmine:
Number of syllables in the name Jazmine:
Emotion evoked from the name Jazmine:
Jazmine evokes feelings of beauty and independence.
Alternative spellings for the name Jazmine:
Jasmin, Jasmyn, Jazmin, Jasmine, Jazmyn
Nicknames for the name Jazmine:
Popularity of the name Jazmine:
According to the Social Security Administration, Jazmine is a popular baby girl’s name. Jazmine has been in the top 1000 baby names list since 1985. It peaked at #195 in 1994.
Related names for the name Jazmine:
Great middle names for the name Jazmine and their meanings:
- Brenna (descendant of the sad one)
- Ciara (little dark one)
- Aislinn (dream)
- Avani (the good earth)
- Raine (rain)
- Poet (writer of poetry)
- Soleil (sun)
- Natalia (birthday)
Famous people with the name Jazmine:
- Jazmine Marie Sullivan (American singer)
- Jazmine Reeves (American soccer player)
- Jazmine Fenlator (American-Jamaican bobsledder)
- Jazmine Sepúlveda (Puerto Rican basketball player)
- Jazmine Cashmere (American actress)
Jazmines in popular culture:
- Jazmine Payne (television, “Tyler Perry's House of Payne”)
- Jazmine DuBois (comic strip/television, “The Boondocks”)