Examples from the Web for jasmin
One of us – Jasmin – is a home care worker in the Cleveland area.
Jasmin helps her transfer in and out of her wheelchair, get dressed, and bathe.
That is all full of gold, monsieur, said Jasmin, pointing to the cash drawer in the secretary; and its all yours.
When Jasmin appeared at the office, the notary was not alone; two persons were with him.
Though Jasmin was always thankful for her help, he did not abandon his own words without some little contention.
There was one review of his works, published in a London "Recueil," as he called it, to which Jasmin referred with great pleasure.Claret and Olives, from the Garonne to the Rhone|Angus B. Reach
Never was Jasmin more pleased than when he heard the words of the King at such a moment.
British Dictionary definitions for jasmin
Word Origin for jasmine
Word Origin and History for jasmin
1570s, from French jasmin (Middle French jessemin), from Arabic yas(a)min, from Persian yasmin (cf. Greek iasme, iasmelaion, name of a Persian perfume). The plant first was grown in England 16c.