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What is the best turkish names ?
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40.       vineyards
1954 posts
 24 Jul 2010 Sat 12:48 am

Natasha was formerly an American fantasy. It was the name of the sexy Russian spy of adventure books. Natasha was almost synonymous with the cold, exotic and dangerous but equally desirable female character. Today there are companies promoting Russian brides seeking American husbands; so, there is no need anymore for the book.

Quoting barba_mama

I think Ada is a good Turkish name to go "international"... if you have international plans for your kid, it might be wise not to give it a name with ç or other "turkish" letters that don´t work well abroad. I guess nowadays you have to keep in mind also what names mean abroad. One of my cousin´s called her daughter Natasja... I think she might get some strange looks if she ever goes to Turkey...

 

 

41.       barba_mama
1629 posts
 24 Jul 2010 Sat 01:23 pm

 

Quoting vineyards

Natasha was formerly an American fantasy. It was the name of the sexy Russian spy of adventure books. Natasha was almost synonymous with the cold, exotic and dangerous but equally desirable female character. Today there are companies promoting Russian brides seeking American husbands; so, there is no need anymore for the book.

 

 

 

Lol, that´s putting it lightly I think we all know what Natasha is synonymous for nowadays in Turkey

 

42.       pg7691
8 posts
 24 Jul 2010 Sat 09:17 pm

Here I found a list of Turkish m/f and unisex names .

They also have a test to distinguish them.

 

http://turkish.pgeorgalas.gr/NamesSetEn.asp

43.       si++
3785 posts
 25 Jul 2010 Sun 09:06 am

 

Quoting pg7691

Here I found a list of Turkish m/f and unisex names .

They also have a test to distinguish them.

 

http://turkish.pgeorgalas.gr/NamesSetEn.asp

 

There are more of them (those I can remember now):

Deniz,

Şirin,

Hikmet,

Altan,

Aygün,

...

 

 

Edit: I like your site, by the way. Good work.



Edited (7/25/2010) by si++

44.       barba_mama
1629 posts
 25 Jul 2010 Sun 01:51 pm

Every two letters ending with -kan

Erkan, Gokan, Hakan, Zikan... oh wait... that one is Russian...

45.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 25 Jul 2010 Sun 05:50 pm

I want to know about the names which are starts with (oz)

like ozge,ozlem,ozgül ,ozcan,ozan.ozgü,ozberk

what is the meaning of this names?

46.       dilliduduk
1551 posts
 25 Jul 2010 Sun 06:26 pm

 

Quoting nifrtity

I want to know about the names which are starts with (oz)

like ozge,ozlem,ozgül ,ozcan,ozan.ozgü,ozberk

what is the meaning of this names?

 

first of all, oz and öz are different

özge özlem özgül özgü özberk

but ozan (no ö (poet)

 

öz means genuine or own. basically you can always attach a word to öz and make a name  

özgül (the genuine rose )

öznur (the genuine light)

etc

but not all of them are like that. sometimes it is not a separate word

özge:distinctive

özlem:longing

özberk is not a name (at least I have never heard), but it exists as a family name e.g. Özge Özberk

47.       nifrtity
1806 posts
 25 Jul 2010 Sun 06:40 pm

 

Quoting dilliduduk

 

 

first of all, oz and öz are different

özge özlem özgül özgü özberk

but ozan (no ö (poet)

 

öz means genuine or own. basically you can always attach a word to öz and make a name  

özgül (the genuine rose )

öznur (the genuine light)

etc

but not all of them are like that. sometimes it is not a separate word

özge:distinctive

özlem:longing

özberk is not a name (at least I have never heard), but it exists as a family name e.g. Özge Özberk

 

 thanks

48.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 25 Jan 2013 Fri 08:44 pm

 

Quoting stumpy

Here is what I found for the name Ada:

in German it means noble kind, of the noble sort

in Hebrew it means adorment

in African it means eldest daughter

 

in Serbian - river island

49.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 25 Jan 2013 Fri 08:47 pm

I like name Ömer.
Am I the only here who like this name? Nobody else mentioned.

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50.       mltm
3690 posts
 25 Jan 2013 Fri 10:16 pm

I don´t say it because it is my name but Meltem is one of the best female names {#emotions_dlg.love}. Thank you my parents.

 

other than it, I like female names with the ending "em" like Sinem, Didem, Çiğdem...

 

But to say the truth, it is the person who makes his/her name beautiful.



Edited (1/25/2013) by mltm

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