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Origin: Switzerland
Region Origin: Western Europe

The name Jasmine is of Persian origin, meaning "gift from God" or "fragrant flower". It is derived from the Persian word "yasmin," which refers to the plant, and has been adopted into English as a feminine given name. Jasmine is commonly used as a girl's name and has numerous spellings, such as Yasmin, Jasmin, Jasmyn, and Jazmine. The name Jasmine has been popular in various cultures and contexts. In the United States, it entered popular use in 1973 and was among the 100 most popular names for American girls from 1986 until 2008. The name is also popular in the Arab world, Turkey, Brazil, Israel, Hungary, Belgium, and Argentina. Additionally, Jasmine has been featured in Disney's animated movie Aladdin, where it was the name of a princess. The name is associated with qualities such as grace, elegance, and beauty.

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