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Yolanda is a given name, of Greek origin but existing in many languages, meaning Violet. The form of the name in Greek is Iolanthe. In Czech and Slovak the name is spelled Jolantha. It is spelled Jolanta in Polish.
People with the given name Yolanda:
Yolanda of Flanders, a ruler of the Latin Empire in Constantinople,
Yolanda of Vianden, a 13th century prioress of Marienthal, Luxembourg,
Violant of Hungary, Queen consort of James I of Aragon,
Yolanda of Hungary, daughter of Béla IV of Hungary, beata,
Yolanda, an alias of Symbionese Liberation Army member Emily Harris,
Yolanda Adams, an American gospel singer,
Yolanda King, (1955-2007), oldest child of Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King,
Yolanda Kondonassis, an American classical harpist,
YolanDa Brown, British award winning contemporary saxophonist,
Yolanda Ortíz, a Cuban diver,
Yolanda Saldívar, the murderer of singer Selena,
Yolanda Murphy is a cultural anthropologist who is the co-author of the classic anthropology text Women of the Forest,
Yolanda, a synonym of the orchid genus Brachionidium,
Yolanda (film), a 1924 film starring Marion Davies,
Severe storms named "Yolanda"
Typhoon Haiyan (2013), designated as Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines,
Yolanda (storm), a non-tropical cyclone that struck eastern Europe in 2010,
Yolanda and the Thief, a 1945 musical-comedy film,
Yolanda Be Cool, an Australian band,
Songs about Yolanda:
"Dónde estas, Yolanda?" by Pink Martini from the album Sympathique,
"Yolanda", by Bobby Blue Bland,
"Yolanda", by Pablo Milanés,
"Yolanda Hayes", by Fountains of Wayne,
"Yolanda, You Learn", by Lyle Mays and Pat Metheny,
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