Jasmin vs Jasmine - What's the difference?

jasmin | jasmine |

Jasmin is an alternative form of jasmine.


As nouns the difference between jasmin and jasmine

is that jasmin is jasmine while jasmine is any of several plants, of the genus jasminum , mostly native to asia, having fragrant white or yellow flowers.

jasmin

English

Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • , a variant of Jasmine.
  • * 1847 Edward William Lane: The Thousand and One Nights (translation from Arabic): Aladdin Abushamat :
  • He replied, what I mean is not the jasmine that people smell; but a slave girl whose name is Jasmin , whom my father would not buy for me.

    Anagrams

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    jasmine

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Any of several plants, of the genus Jasminum , mostly native to Asia, having fragrant white or yellow flowers.
  • The perfume obtained from these plants.
  • Any of several unrelated plants having a similar perfume.
  • A yellow colour.
  • See also

    * ("jasmine" on Wikipedia) * (Jasminum) * jessamine