Abkhaz Submitted Names
are used by Abkhaz
speakers in Abkhazia, a disputed region in Georgia.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
ADGUR m Abkhaz
Means "defender" or "brave, invincible" in Abkhaz, most likely related to аӷәӷәа (āγ°γ°ā)
ASIDA f Abkhaz
Means "lioness" from Arabic أَسَد (ʾasad)
meaning "lion" (see Azida
ASTAMUR m Abkhaz
From Proto-Turkic *āŕ
meaning "few, little, small" combined with *temür
meaning "iron" (see Timur
ASTAN m Abkhaz
Derived from an old Osset name meaning "we are eight".
BESLAN m Abkhaz, Chechen, Ingush, Circassian, Abazin
Means "master of lions", from the Ottoman Turkish title بك (beg)
meaning "chief, lord, master" combined with Turkic arslan
meaning "lion" (see Aslan
). This is also the name of a town in North Ossetia-Alania.
GUDISA m Abkhaz
Means "rough heart" or "cruel" from Abkhaz агәы (ā-g°ə́)
GUNDA f Abkhaz
Means "beautiful" or "strong white horse" in Abkhaz.
HANƏM f Abkhaz
Derived from the Turkic hanım
meaning "lady, mistress".
KHIBLA f Abkhaz
Means "golden-eyed" from Abkhaz ахьы (āx̍ə́)
meaning "gold" and ала (ā́lā)
KUARASA f Abkhaz
Derived from Abkhaz аҟәараса (aq’warasa)
meaning “turtle dove”.
MRAMZA f Abkhaz
Means "sun-moon" from Abkhaz амра (amra)
"sun" and амза (amza)
NAALA f Abkhaz
Means "loving, warm-hearted, kind" in Abkhaz.
NART m Circassian, Abkhaz, Ossetian
Refers to a species of superhuman giants in Circassian mythology along with a series of sagas that comprise the basic folklore of the Caucasus. The word itself is derived from Ossetian нартæ (nartæ)
from Proto-Iranian *narθra-
NUGZAR m Georgian, Abkhaz
Means "golden light", from Arabic نُور (nūr)
"light" (see Nur
) and Persian زر (zar)
NURI m Abkhaz
Means "light" in Abkhaz from Arabic نُور (nūr)
SHUARAKH m Abkhaz
Derived from Abkhaz а́-шәарах (á-shwarakh)
meaning “deer, stag, animal”.
SOKRAT m Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Abkhaz
Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Socrates
as well as the Georgian and Abkhaz form of Sokrate