Other Origin(s):Spanish
Meaning:Violet flower
If you’re on the lookout for a unique and charming floral name that might be lesser known than Lily or Rose, look no further than Yollette. Composed of the Ancient Greek elements Iólē and ánthos, it means “violet flower.” Typically feminine, it comes from the popular moniker Yolanda, which has some Spanish roots. An ideal choice for your little bundle of joy, the violet flower is often seen as a symbol of innocence, passion, and inspiration, honoring baby’s youth and curiosity.
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