AhadmArabic, Persian, Bengali, Urdu, Azerbaijani Means "one, unique, matchless" in Arabic. In Islamic tradition الأحد (al-Ahad) is one of the 99 names of Allah. This name is also used as an alternate transcription of Azerbaijani Əhəd.
ArtogrulmAzerbaijani Azerbaijani name of Turkic origins, derived from the name elements ar, "man", and togrul, "to justify oneself", with the intended meaning of "man who justifies himself". This was the name of an ancient Turkic leader, Artogrul bey, who was the father of Osman bey, founder of the Ottoman state.
BabamAzerbaijani, Georgian (Archaic) Derived from the Persian honorific title بابا (baba), which formally means "grandfather, wise old man, sir". Its informal meaning is "dad, daddy", but that particular meaning is probably not the reason behind the use of this honorific title as a given name and name element.
BəbirБәбирmAzerbaijani (Rare) Derived from the Azerbaijani noun bəbir meaning "leopard". As such, this name could be considered to be the Azerbaijani form of Babur.... [more]
CeyhunmTurkish, Azerbaijani Derived from Arabic جيحون (jayhun) referring to Gihon (or Gichon), the second of four mythological rivers that were said to flow out of the Garden of Eden. The name itself is derived from Hebrew גיחון (gichon) which can mean "bursting forth, gushing"... [more]
ElarizmAzerbaijani (Rare) Derived from Turkic el meaning "people, country, nation" combined with Arabic عَرِيض (ʿarīḍ) meaning "wide, broad".
ElbrusmAzerbaijani, Ossetian From the name of a dormant volcano in southern Russia, most likely derived from Persian البرز (Alborz) ultimately from Proto-Iranian *Harā Bṛzatī meaning "high watch post" or "high guard".
EldənizmAzerbaijani Derived from Turkic el meaning “people, county, nation” combined with Azerbaijani dəniz meaning “sea”.
ElgücmAzerbaijani (Rare) The first element of this name is derived from Azerbaijani el meaning "people" or "nation, country". The second element is derived from Azerbaijani güc meaning "power, strength, force"... [more]
ElkhanmAzerbaijani, Dagestani, Lezgin From Proto-Semitic *ʾil- meaning "deity, god" (see El or Allah) or Turkic el meaning "people, country, nation" combined with the Mongolian title хан (khan) meaning "leader, ruler, commander".
FaigФаигmAzerbaijani (Russified) Variant spelling or transcription of Faiq. It was probably brought about by Russian influence during the Soviet era, since it does not appear to be a native Azerbaijani variant of the aforementioned name.
GülverdimAzerbaijani (Rare) The first element of this name is ultimately derived from the Middle Persian noun gul meaning "flower, rose", whilst the second element is possibly derived from the Arabic noun وردة (warda) meaning "rose".... [more]