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Gender: F Meaning of Yolanda: "violet flower" Origin of Yolanda: Greek

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Yolanda conjures up visions of midcentury films like "Yolanda and the Thief," complete with gauzy veils, harem pants, and invisible navels. Iolanthe, with the first syllable pronounced the same as in Yolanda, is a softer version, but most modern parents would opt for the English Violet.

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Pop Culture References for the Name Yolanda

Yolanda, alias used by 'Saffron' on TV's "Firefly"
Yolanda "Yoli" Vargas, character in movie "Gotta Kick It Up!"
Yolanda Garcia, character in "How the Garcia Girls lost their Accents" by Julia Alvarez
Yolanda, song by Pablo Milanez
Yolanda Be Cool, Australian band

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Yolanda's International Variations

Jolana, Jolanta (Czech) Jolanda (Danish) Jolanka, Jólan, Joli (Eastern European) Iolanthe (French) Iolande, Iolanda (Greek) Jolán (Hungarian) Jolante (Norwegian) Jola (Polish) Jolan, Iola, Yoli, Yola (Spanish) Yolande, Jolande (Swedish)