- Either a first or last, masculine or feminine name
- Ranked as the 1,062,609th most popular name in the U.S for 2011
- A Google search of “Yazzen” returns about 7,580 results, but they don’t all refer to me or my name
- People with this name may have roots in Asia/Middle East, America, Canada, South America, Africa, Europe, Australia and Mexico
- At least 84 people on the web have this Name or user name. An estimated 46% are American (of these 46% are Native American, 44% are Middle Eastern/Asian and 5% are of European and unknown decent), 32% are Middle Eastern/Asian, 17% are European, 4% are African and 1% are South American
Origins & Meaning:
- English: A variant of Yasen, Yasin, Yazzie and Wazan meaning:
- Indian, Bulgarian, Russian: Ash tree; Clear and serene
- Arabic Afghan, Australian, Egyptian, French German, Hindu, Muslim and Turkish: A Sura (passage) in the Koran, endowed with mystic significance, a divine address to the Prophet Muhammad, named giver of good things; Rich; Name of Prophet Muhammad, a wealthy man
- African, Arabic, Chinese, Farsi, French, Hindu, Jamaican Jewish, Muslim, Native American (Navajo), Persian, Sindhi, Swahili and Spanish: A flower in the olive family, a variant of Jasmine; Unexplained or little; A Mexican word for “Mexican”
- Arabic, Australian, Islamic, Muslim, Persian and Urdu: A town in northern Morocco; The name of a valley in Yemen and a tribe from Himyar; A word meaning weight and to balance; A person being just, fair, determined and resolved
Yassen; Jaasin, Jaasyn Jasin, Jasyn, Yaaseen, Yasine, Yaseen, Yaseene, Yasein, Yasien, Yasiene, Yasyn, Yasyne, Yassin, Yassine; Jasmin Yahzie, Yasamin, Yasiman, Yasmeen, Yasmine Yasmin Yasmyn Yasmyne Yazhi Yazmine Yazmin Yesenia Yessenia etc.; Yazan, Yazen, Wazen; Jaasen, Jaason, Yarren, Yas, Yassem, Yassim, Yasson, Yessin, Yessen, Yaz, Yazza, Yazzolino
People with these names are bright, engaging, energetic, helpful, honest, loyal, serious, strong and vital. They have good people skills and know how to deal with others. They are balanced, sensitive, cooperative, considerate, understanding, sympathetic (to others feelings) and generous; giving of their love, affection, and emotional support. Friendship, love, and affection are high on their list of priorities for a happy life. They are quiet, reserved and gentle, possessing excellent self- control. It is extremely important for them to have harmony in their environment at all times. They function better in partnerships because they like working with people instead of by themselves. Caring and kind, they enjoy taking care of others and make ideal partners.
Ambitious, disciplined, determined, hard-working, resourceful and reliable, they are creative problem solvers who don’t shy away from completing the task set before them. Instead, they are often the first to act, make things happen and seek responsibility. Ready, willing and able, they are always there to do more than their share of work. Perseverant, and stubborn, once they set their mind on something, they don´t give up easily, because they are required to do a good job at everything they do and they have a need to please, be appreciated, admired and perfect. At times this (pressure) can cause them to be rigid, concerned with detail and routine. Mobility and change are important to them because they hate to sit still for too long and they don’t like being left behind. They are very active, bold, daring, and persuasive, they love to travel, try new things and take chances.
With natural abilities in service, management and order these people would make good: Businessmen, i.e. small business idea developers/caterers/sales executives; Caretakers, i.e. personal assistants; Craftsmen, i.e. builders/engineers; Diplomats, i.e. leaders/mediators/peacemakers; Educators, i.e. teachers; Healthcare providers, i.e. doctors/surgeons; Horticulturists, i.e. florists/ gardeners/farmers; Organizers, i.e. promoters/facilitators; Public figures, i.e. artists/ musicians/movie stars/VIPs.
My Name Facts:
- My mom’s caretakers named some of my siblings
- CCI has the final say on litter names and mine was one they chose
- I was most likely named after someone with the last name Yazzen, who donated to CCI’s cause
- I am a dog who has never met my namesake, so I may never know the actual origin and meaning of my name
Buddha, Yaz, Yazzamataz, Yazzie, Yazzimodo. She calls me Buddha because sometimes when I sit, I look like a Buddha statue.
I am bright, caring, cooperative, considerate, engaging, energetic, gentle, helpful, kind loyal, quiet, reliable, sensitive and strong. I don’t speak, not even on command, and I possess excellent self-control, at least around people. However, if left unattended, I will sometimes eat my brother’s food (if it’s left down); help myself to Amy’s bed or the couches in the living room. Since I am sensitive, it is extremely important for me to have harmony in my environment. As a result, there are some situations that are annoying and even a little anxiety provoking. For example, if my brother’s get too rough or loud while playing, I’ll sometimes move to where I know I won’t be bothered by their loud voices or sudden movements. Sometimes they also make a noise (a backwards sneeze ) that sounds like they are choking, this is extremely unsettling to me and I’ll either go get a toy and bring it to them, trying to make them feel better, or I’ll take the toy with me far away from the noise. Furthermore, when a member of my family is unhappy, I will try to comfort them, but if they are unhappy because one of us is in trouble or the Bears are playing on TV, I tend to pout and shy away because I don’t like loud voices or noises.
I enjoy taking care of Amy and we function better as partners, without me Amy is not as independent and without her I’m just a very well trained dog who has nothing to do, but be a dog. Ready, willing and able, I’m always there to do my share of work. I’ll even come running if I hear something drop hoping Amy will give me the “get” command. However, every now and then, someone else jumps in to provide unsolicited help, when I’ve been given the command to do what they have just helped her with. When this happens I sometimes give them a look that says “What do you think you’re doing?” This is my job.” Perseverant, and stubborn, once I set their mind on something, I don´t give up easily, because I feel required to do a good job and I have a need to please. Sometimes, I get confused about what Amy wants, so I’ll bring her anything I can get my mouth on because I want to make her happy. On the off chance that I’m unable to perform a task, like pulling open a heavy door, I get very sad and disappointed in myself. I hang my head and drop my tail between my legs and it takes a lot of hugs and pets to pull me out of my funk.
I am a creature of habit who can sometimes be overly concerned with routine. I know when it is 6:00 AM and 4:00 PM, and if you go much past these feeding times I start pacing and becoming somewhat annoying (unless I am working and busy of course)! I have also been known to behave this way, becoming stubborn and less likely to listen and work if I haven’t been played with in a while. Therefore, Amy tries her best to stick to our routine which includes playing a daily game of fetch, with one of my two preferred toys a Kong or a tennis ball. Sometimes, I can’t decide which to play with, so I play a quick game of Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe, first. Mobility and change are important to me, I am active I love to travel and try new things. I hate to sit still for too long and I don’t like to be left behind; this may explain my habit of moaning due to boredom or why I get up to go towards the door, giving them my sad, guilt-ridden, precious moments eyes, when it looks like the family's getting ready to go somewhere without me. I am always open to new experiences, including road trips and flights. When we do have downtime at home there are only two spots where I will lay my head; my beds beside Amy’s couch or in the corner beside the kitchen table. If those are occupied, I’ll go lay in my brothers crate, but I won’t lie anywhere else, even if there’s a bed.
As Service Team Ambassadors, Amy and I are public figures who have been in newspaper promoting CCI, but we take the most pride in our role as teachers. Together we go into our community and educate others about how individuals with disabilities are still able to do things, but they just need a little help. We show them and tell them why assistance dogs make the best personal assistants. As Amy’s personal assistant and partner I am a facilitator of independence and a giver of good things. I give her acceptance, love, friendship, the phone, remote or whatever else she needs.