are used by Avar
speakers in Dagestan, a federal subject of Russia.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Aliaskhab ГІалиасхІаб m Avar (Russified)
From the name Ali 1
combined with Arabic أصحاب (ashab)
meaning "companions, friends, owners, possessors", the plural of صاحب (sahib)
Fazu f Avar (Rare)
Possibly a form of Faiza
. A known bearer was Fazu Alieva (1932-2016), a Soviet poet of Dagestani Avar origin.
Gamzat-bek ХӀамзат Бек m Avar
Combination of Khamzat
and the Turkish military title beg
meaning "chieftain, master". A beater is Gamzat-Bek (1789-1834), an Imam of Dagestan / Caucasian Imamate and of Avar ancestry.
Makhach m Avar (Russified)
Means "our hajj", derived from Persian ما (ma)
meaning "we, our" combined with Arabic حج (hajj)
meaning "hajj, pilgrimage". This was the nickame of Dagestani revolutionary Magomed-Ali Dakhadaev (1882-1918), the namesake of the city of Makhachkala
Mesedu Меседу f Avar
Derived from Avar месед (mesed)
Muslim Муслим m Arabic, Avar, Chechen, Georgian (Rare), Indonesian, Ingush, Kazakh, Lezgin, Malay, Urdu
Name for a follower of Islam
, ultimately from Arabic أسلم (aslama)
meaning "to surrender, to submit".
Shapi Шапи m Avar
Derived from Arabic شافي (shafi)
meaning "healing, curing".