Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. MEHH-mehd(Bosnian)  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Older form of Mehmet, as well as the Bosnian form. This was the name of six sultans of the Ottoman Empire, including Mehmed II the conqueror of Constantinople.

Related Names

VariantsMehmet, Muhammed, Muhammet(Turkish) Muhamed(Bosnian)
Other Languages & CulturesMehmet, Muhamet(Albanian) Mahomet, Mahometus, Mihammad, Mohamad, Mohamed, Mohammad, Mohammed, Muhammad, Muhammed(Arabic) Muhammad, Muhamad(Avar) Məhəmməd, Mahammad, Məmməd, Mammad(Azerbaijani) Mohammad, Mohammed, Muhammad(Bengali) Mokhmad(Chechen) Mohamed(Dhivehi) Muhammadu(Fula) Muhammadu, Mamman(Hausa) Mohamad, Muhammad, Muhamad(Indonesian) Mukhamed, Mukhammed(Kazakh) Mihemed(Kurdish) Mohamad, Muhammad, Muhamad(Malay) Makhamat(Ossetian) Mohammad, Muhammad(Pashto) Mohammad(Persian) Mohammad, Muhammad(Punjabi) Magomed, Magomet, Mukhammad(Russian) Maxamed(Somali) Mohamed(Swahili) Muhammad(Tajik) Mohammad, Mokhammad, Mokhammat(Tatar) Mohammad, Muhammad(Urdu) Muhemmet(Uyghur) Muhammad(Uzbek) Mahamadou, Mamadou, Mamadu, Modou(Western African)
Surname DescendantMehmedović(Bosnian)



Entry updated April 5, 2022