Meaning:Thus far; To flow; Pour; Cast and mould
Yet is a gender-neutral name befitting the dreamer. If one were to trace it back to Middle English yit or Old English giet, Yet means “thus far.” But it may have been derived from Middle English yeten or Old English geotan, meaning “to flow,” “pour,” or “cast and mould.” Put them together, and you have yourself a moniker that’s all set to shape and mould and guide your little one to be the best that they can be while at the same time pushing them to keep on keeping on, because there are always more mountains to climb, and more miles to go before they sleep.
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