Meaning & History
Originating from Ancient Persian, the Turkish name Dide can be defined as "gözbebeği" or "göz" in modern-day Turkish. While the literal translations of these words are "pupil" and "eye" respectively, the name itself carries a similar meaning to the English idiom "apple of my eye" or "apple of sb's eye" as well as the French phrase "prunelle de l’œil."When given to someone, the name Dide connotates that the person is dearest, precious, highly valued and loved.This name is written with a Turkish dotted İ. It appears as DİDE in uppercase and dide in lowercase.