- Alp - AHLP
Meaning: Stouthearted, Brave, Chivalrous, Daredevil, Valorous, Gallant. Related Names: Alparslan, Alpay, Alper. Alp is a common masculine Turkish given name.
- Altan - AHL-tahn
Altan is a unisex Turkish given name used also as surname and a Mongolian given name. Altan means "golden" in Mongolian and "red dawn" in Turkic. The related word "Altın" is also Turkish for "golden" and a common Turkish surname.
Crimson sunrise, Origin: Turkish
- Aslan - AS-lahn
Aslan is a Turkish name meaning lion. It is the name of the Lion in CS Lewis's book "The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe.
- Ayberk - IE-berk
Ayberk is a common masculine Turkish given name. It is composed of "Ay" and "Berk". In Turkish, "Ay" means "Moon". "Berk" means "Lightning", "Strong", or "Leaf" (rarely). Therefore, "Ayberk" means "Lightning like brightness of the moon".
High moon, Origin: Turkish
- Aylin - IE-lin
Aylin is a common feminine Turkish given name. "Aylin" derives from "Ay". In Turkish, "Ay" means "Moon" and "Aylin" means "Moon halo 'To belong to the Moon". "Aylin", "Ayla", and "Tülin" are synonymous names.
Woman with moon halo, Origin: Turkish
- Aynur - IE-nur
Given Name AYNUR. GENDER: Feminine. USAGE: Turkish, Azerbaijani, Uyghur. OTHER SCRIPTS: ئاينۇر (Uyghur)
Moon shining, Origin: Turkish
- Aysel - IE-sel
Aysel is a common feminine Turkish given name popular in Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iranian Azerbaijan. In Turkish, "Aysel" means "moon stream".
Moon stream, Origin: Turkish
- Aysun - IE-sun
Aysun (pronounced [ˈajsun]) is a common female Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Aysun" means "(a person) whose face is as beautiful as the moon".
Of the moon beauty, Origin: Turkish
- Baris - BAH-ris
Barış is a Turkish word meaning "peace" and a given name for males or, rarely females. People named Barış include: Barış Akarsu (1979–2007), Turkish rock musician.
- Basak - BAH-sak
Means "ear of wheat" in Turkish. This is also the Turkish name for the constellation Virgo.
- Bayram - BIE-rahm
Meaning of name Bayram. Etymology : Means "festival" in Turkish. Saint : Origin : Turkish.
- Belgin - BEHL-gin
Behind the Name: Meaning, origin and history of the name Belgin.
- Berk - BURK
English Meaning: The name Berk is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Berk is: The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke.
Man of strength, Origin: Turkish
- Berkant - BEHR-kahnt
Meaning of name Berkant. Etymology : Means "solid oath" in Turkish. Saint : Origin : Turkish.
Strong oath, Origin: Turkish
- Berna - BEHR-nah
Berna Name Meaning. from the Italian personal name Bernardo, or from any other Germanic personal name beginning with Bern-. habitational name from the Swiss city of Bern.
Young woman, Origin: Turkish
- Berrak - BEHR-ak
Meaning of name Berrak. Etymology : Means "clear" in Turkish.
Woman of clarity, Origin: Turkish
- Beste - BES-teh
Beste Name Meaning. English and French: variant spelling of Best. German: topographic name for someone who lived by the Beste river, a tributary of the Trave, or a habitational name from any of various villages called Besten, said by Bahlow to be named with a Middle Low German word for poor soil.
- Beyza - BAY-zah
Meaning of name Beyza. Etymology : Means "very white" in Turkish. Saint : Origin : Turkish.
Extremely white, Origin: Turkish
- Bulut - BOO-lut
Meaning of name Bulut. Etymology : Means "cloud" in Turkish. Saint : Origin : Turkish.
- Burcu - BOOR-joo
Burcu ([ˈbuɾdʒu]) is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Burcu" means "Scent", "Fragrance", and/or "Redolence".
Of sweet scent, Origin: Turkish
- Can - JAN
Can (Turkish pronunciation: [ˈdʒän]) is a common Turkish and Circassian given name and surname, meaning spirit, life, or heart. ... In Turkish, the name Can is pronounced just like the common English name John.
Man with soul, Origin: Turkish
- Canan - JAH-nan
The meaning of the name Canan is Beloved. The origin of the name Canan is Turkish.
- Cem - JEM
Cem (pronounced [ˈdʒem]) is a male given name derived from the Persian Jam. Cem (1459-1495), Ottoman Empire prince. Cem Atan (born 1985), Austrian footballer. Cem Boyner (born 1955), Turkish businessman and short-time politician.
The one who rules, Origin: Turkish
- Cemil - JEM-il
Cemil is a Turkish given name and is derived from Arabic Jamil with other Arabic variants Gamil (mainly in Egypt), Djemil (mainly in North African countries) and Djamil. The feminine equivalent is Cemile (derived from Arabic Jamila and its Arabic variants Gamila and Djemila).
Kind-hearted, Origin: Turkish
- Cenk - JENK
Meaning. battle. Cenk ([ˈdʒeɲc]) is a male Turkish given name. The Turkish word "cenk" is of Persian origin and means "war" or "battle".
- Ceren - JEH-ren
Baby Gazelle. Related Names: Maral, Meral. Ceren is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Ceren" means "baby gazelle".
Baby gazelle, Origin: Turkish
- Cumhur - JUM-hur
Cumhur (pronounced [ˈdʒumhuɾ]) is a Turkish given name for males. People named Cumhur include: Abdullah Gül (born 1950), President of the Republic of Turkey, has been known as Cumhur.
From the people, Origin: Turkish
- Damla - DAHM-lah
Origin. Meaning. "Drop (of water or rain)" Damla is a feminine Turkish name. In Turkish, "Damla" means "Drop" (of water or rain).
Drop of water, Origin: Turkish
- Demir - DEH-mir
Turkish Origin. "Of Iron" The meaning of the name Demir is Of Iron. The origin of the name Demir is Turkish.
- Deniz - DEH-niz
Deniz is a Turkish given name meaning "sea". It is used for both females and males. Originally, Deniz was a masculine name. In a Turkish legend, the oldest Turkish ruler (Khan) Oğuz had six sons.
From the sea, Origin: Turkish