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What is the best turkish names ?
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20.       christine
443 posts
 20 Jul 2010 Tue 07:02 pm

 

Quoting elenagabriela

Ada is a very nice name

 

Ada  has been used in England since the 1800, but I believe originated from Germany.

21.       mervet
20 posts
 20 Jul 2010 Tue 08:41 pm

 

Quoting christine

 

 

Ada  has been used in England since the 1800, but I believe originated from Germany.

 

Ada: Island in english

22.       armegon
1872 posts
 21 Jul 2010 Wed 12:50 am

I like Çiğdem, Sıla, Ebru, Beyza, Naz for girls & Tayfun for boys...

Anyone heard a girl name "Simla" before?

23.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 21 Jul 2010 Wed 07:51 am

 

Quoting cross267

İ love turkish names as well {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}... my favorıte are:

 

 

boys girls
Aydin Ayla
Can Ceyda
Cem Ela
Devran Emine
Emre Esmeray
Eren Kari
Haluk Leyla
Koray Selin
Levent  
Mete  
Sami  

 

 I dint know about Ela{#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}A friend of mine called me Ela..and I remember, long time ago, when I was 10, one of my uncle called me Ela (from Elena)

24.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 21 Jul 2010 Wed 07:54 am

 

Quoting mervet

 

 

Ada: Island in english

 

 few months ago I have heard someone said "my new born daughter`s name will be Ada, because she will be the island of my heart - kalbimin adasi - I think is very romantic{#emotions_dlg.rolleyes}

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25.       cross267
4 posts
 21 Jul 2010 Wed 09:07 am

 

Quoting elenagabriela

 

 

 I dint know about Ela{#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}A friend of mine called me Ela..and I remember, long time ago, when I was 10, one of my uncle called me Ela (from Elena)

 

Yes it´s turkish for hazel (like the eye color) in english. İ really like it. Ela for Elena, that´s cute! the most creative nickname i get is Cat.. for Catherine {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}

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26.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 21 Jul 2010 Wed 09:22 am

I definitely recommend ALPHA, as the upcoming Turkish name for intelligent boys of the next century.   {#emotions_dlg.alcoholics}

27.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 21 Jul 2010 Wed 11:48 am

Both Ada and Ela function in Polish as short versions of Adrianna and Elżbieta respectively. There is a common girl´s name in Ireland - Ella.

 

I love the fact that Turkish names mean something and they come from common nouns. Most of them sound really nice so I wouldn´t be able to list my favourite ones. I guess Tarık and Arda for boys would be my choice and Elif and Esra for girls

28.       mervet
20 posts
 21 Jul 2010 Wed 07:46 pm

 

Quoting Daydreamer

Both Ada and Ela function in Polish as short versions of Adrianna and Elżbieta respectively. There is a common girl´s name in Ireland - Ella.

 

I love the fact that Turkish names mean something and they come from common nouns. Most of them sound really nice so I wouldn´t be able to list my favourite ones. I guess Tarık and Arda for boys would be my choice and Elif and Esra for girls

 

Tarık: Morning Sun 

Arda: Prince or commander 

Elif (i looove this name, im turk and i think this name is so elegant) : Very beautiful shining girl, 

Esra: faster, like a jack-in-the-box

29.       tsilivri
6 posts
 21 Jul 2010 Wed 10:58 pm

the turkish best boy name : volkan,hakan,gökhan,emre

girl name : ilayda,merve,ceren,gizem

http://izleturka.blogspot.com

30.       barba_mama
1629 posts
 21 Jul 2010 Wed 11:06 pm

And ofcourse I have to put my Jewish two cents in (oh wait, I have to meet the stereotype and just put one cent in). Ada is a name that is present in many cultures. In the African culture it has something to do with daughter (not sure, just google it ) and in Hebrew Ada means something like beautiful, or something that makes other things beautiful. My aunt was called Ada ... She wasn´t Jewish or African though

 

And what was the name mentioned before... Türksel... is that seriously a name? no right... must be a joke...

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