RE: Greek food questions.
I've never heard them referred to by any name other than dolmades. They even show up on a few diner menus in Atlanta, homemade.
That other name (yaprikia) may be a reflection of Greek culture having arrived at other places through the highways of the Adriatic and/or Mediterranean. The cuisine of Trieste, for example, features locally-loved items that don't exist anywhere else... an amalgam of locally-available ingredients with dozens of outside cultural influences.
This might be akin to a customer at Copper Creek Brewing who comes in periodically and orders their Filipino-style eggrolls, calling them "limpia." He was stationed there and fell in love with the place and its people and cuisine.
And in spite of its name, no eatery that I've ever encountered here in Athens, Georgia serves dolmades. Go figure.
Don't Dol Away Mad, Ort. Carlton, Well-Stuffed in Athens, Georgia.