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I´m having a baby girl...Any god turkish names
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30.       CANLI
5084 posts
 23 Jul 2008 Wed 08:00 pm

Quoting ciko:



is it you? dont be jealous... i am muslim and can marry 4 women according to islam that canli believes in


That Canlı believes in !
mmmm,i didnt know we have many !

Ohhhhh yes,aeningma says there are many versions

Well then you can marry her on your own version not mine
İm kinda possessive lol

31.       pansi
94 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 11:48 am

İ think Elif is also popular in Turkey or Burcu.But to be honest the most interesting name i found for my own daugther is Servet.İ know - GS have player with this name but as i understood it can be also girl name.Anyway - most of names are with some meaning so be careful when you chose it and congratulations

32.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 01:35 pm

Öykü , Yıllar, Melike,

33.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 01:46 pm

Quoting yilgun-7:

Öykü


It might be the first time ever I agree with you Yilgun..
Öykü is a beautiful name..
All above suggested there are unimaginative , uninspired and lucking of creativity..
Banal yani.

34.       mltm
3690 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 02:03 pm

In my opinion "Öykü" is not a good name for a foreign mom because it has turkish characters. When they take the baby to her native country, she will have a lot of difficulties. And in the future, she may want to move to that country as well. That´s why foreign mothers should choose turkish names more carefully.

35.       armegon
1872 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 02:11 pm

Quoting pansi:

But to be honest the most interesting name i found for my own daugther is Servet.


Servet is generally a name for males. I have never heard of a girl called Servet before .
I like the girl names Selvi or Naz or both Selvi Naz

36.       mltm
3690 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 02:12 pm

In fact, I have always thought of "Asya" for my daugther (if I have any).

37.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 02:22 pm

Quoting mltm:

In fact, I have always thought of "Asya" for my daugther (if I have any).


Mltm
Asya is a very very charming name..
Simple yet so beautiful..

38.       mltm
3690 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 02:28 pm

Quoting thehandsom:


Mltm
Asya is a very very charming name..
Simple yet so beautiful..



Yet, that´s what I like about it, and oriental.

39.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 02:30 pm

Quoting mltm:

Quoting thehandsom:


Mltm
Asya is a very very charming name..
Simple yet so beautiful..



Yet, that´s what I like about it, and oriental.


And I guess we can clearly say that people who select ´asya´ as their daughters name are imaginative , inspired, cultured, sophisticated and creative.. lol lol

40.       pansi
94 posts
 24 Jul 2008 Thu 02:39 pm

Name "Asya" for me is to oriental.But maybe for new parents it is ok

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