Since there are no Estonian names starting with Y, either native or borrowed, today is another wildcard day.
Yansylu means “beautiful soul” in Persian. This is a Tatar name.
Yejide means “image of the mother” in Yoruba.
Yemanyá is a Yoruba fertility goddess, also popular in Brazil.
Yewudbar means “beautiful beyond limits” in Amharic.
Yolisa means “exciting” in Xhosa, a South African language.
Yulduz means “star” in Uzbek.
Yadgar means “souvenir” in Kurdish.
Yanamayu means “black river” in Quechuan.
Yazdan means “angel” and “God” in Persian and Urdu.
Yekan means “unique” in Kurdish.
Yomelela means “be strong” in Xhosa.
Yupanqui means “he who honours his ancestors” in Quechuan.