These are just the standard minor planet designations.
As described on the MPEC page on New- and Old-Style Minor Planet Designations, the new-style provisional designations for minor planets (like 2006 RH120) are in the form year, letter indicating the half-month, letter indicating the sequence within the half month, and number indicating the cycle of the second letter (no number = 1st cycle, 1 = 2nd cycle, etc.)
The letters for half-months omits the letter I and doesn't use Z as there are only 24 half-months in the year. The second half-month in a month starts on the 16th for all months.
The letter indicating the order is the alphabetic sequence, again skipping I but this time including Z.
Old-style provisional designations were used in the 19th century and are not relevant here.
These are assigned by observatories according to their own rules, rather than by the MPEC. I think three of the ones you list (YX205B9, WT1190F and XC83E0D) were assigned by the Catalina Sky Survey, but I haven't seen any documentation of what their internal rules for assigning identifiers is. These objects were confirmed to be artificial before they had sufficient orbit determinations to be assigned minor planet designations, so never received provisional designations.