Bashkir Submitted Names
are used in Bashkortostan in Russia.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
AIGOL f Tatar, Bashkir
From Tatar and Bashkir ай (ay)
meaning "moon" combined with гөл (göl)
ALFIA f Tatar, Bashkir
Possibly derived from Arabic أَلْف (ʾalf)
meaning "thousand", though it may also be of Turkic origin meaning "friendly, sympathetic".
ALMABIKÄ f Bashkir
Combination of Bashkir алма (alma)
meaning "apple" and бикә (bikä)
, which is a name element.
AYBIKÄ f Bashkir
Combination of ай (ay)
meaning "moon" and бикә (bikä)
, which is a Bashkir name element.
AYBULAT m Bashkir
Combination of Bashkir ай (ay)
meaning "moon" and Persian پولاد (pulâd)
AYDAR m Bashkir, Tatar, Kazakh
Means "forelock, topknot", referring to the hairstyle worn by ancient Turkic warriors. Alternatively, it could be from Kazakh, Bashkir, and Tatar ай (ay)
meaning "moon, month" combined with Arabic حَيْدَر (ḥaydar)
AYHILIW m Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir ай (ay)
meaning "moon" combined with һылыу (hiliw)
meaning "beautiful, beauty".
AYRAT m Tatar, Bashkir
Possibly a form of the Arabic name Khayrat
, derived from Turkish hayret
meaning "astonishment, wonder", or derived from Mongolian Ойрад (Oyrad)
meaning "forest person" (referring to a western group of Mongols residing in Russia and China).
BAYRAMBIKÄ f Bashkir
Derived from байрам (bayram)
“festivity” and бикә (bikä)
which is a name element.
BIKBULAT m Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir бик (bik)
meaning "strong, hard" and from Persian پولاد (pulâd)
DAYAN m Bashkir
Derived from an Arabic word meaning "mister".
DINISLAM m Bashkir
Combination of Bashkir дин (din)
meaning "religion, faith", ultimately from Arabic and Ислам (Islam)
, from the name of the religion of the same name.
FANNUR m Bashkir, Tatar
The first element of this name is derived from either the Arabic noun فن (fann)
meaning "art, skill" (compare Irfan
) or the Persian noun فن (fann)
meaning "science, knowledge, learning"... [more]
GAWHAR f Tatar, Bashkir
Means "diamond, gem" in Tatar and Bashkir, ultimately from Persian گوهر (gowhar)
GILMETDIN m Bashkir, Tatar
Means "flower of religion", derived from Bashkir and Tatar гөл (göl)
meaning "flower" combined with Arabic دِين (dīn)
meaning "religion, creed, faith".
GÖLBANÏW f Bashkir
From Bashkir гөл (göl)
meaning "flower" and баныу (baniw)
GUZAL f Tatar, Bashkir
Means "beautiful, elegant" or "beauty" in Tatar and Bashkir, of Turkic origin.
ILDUS m Tatar, Bashkir
Meaning "friend of the motherland", derived from Turkic el
meaning "country, homeland" combined with Persian دوست (dôst)
ILFAT m Tatar, Bashkir
Means "friend of the nation", derived from Turkic el
meaning "people, country, nation".
ILGIZ m Tatar, Bashkir
Means "traveller" derived from Tatar ил гизүче (il gizüche)
meaning "traveller, wanderer, itinerant", ultimately from гизү (gizü)
meaning "to walk through" or "roam, wander".
ILNUR m Bashkir
Combination of Turkic ēl
"nation" +Arabic نُور (nūr) "ray of light".
IREK m Tatar, Bashkir
Means "freedom, liberty" in Tatar and Bashkir, of Turkic origin.
IZ̦EL m Bashkir
From Bashkir Иҙел (Iz̦el)
, which is derived from Old Turkic Etil
, which is the old name of the Volga River in Russia.
LAYSAN f Bashkir, Tatar
Means "the first spring rain", derived from Arabic نِيسَان (nīsān)
referring to the month of April in the Syrian calendar.
MILAWSHA f Tatar, Bashkir
Means "violet" in Tatar and Bashkir, ultimately derived from Persian بنفشه (banafše)
MULLAYAN m Bashkir
Means "soul of the mullah", derived from Bashkir мулла (mulla)
meaning "mullah" (a term for an Islamic cleric), of Arabic origin, combined with the suffix -йән (-yän)
meaning "soul" (of Persian origin).
NIL m Bashkir
From Нил (Nil)
, the Bashkir name for the Nile River in Egypt.
NÖGÖŞ m Bashkir
From Нөгөш (Nögöş)
, the Bashkir name of the Nugush River, which runs through Bashkortostan.
RADIK m Tatar, Bashkir
Derived from Persian راضی (râzi)
meaning "pleased, satisfied, happy" (through an Arabic borrowing).
RAMIL m Tatar, Bashkir
Derived from Arabic رَمْل (raml)
meaning "sand" or "magical, wonderful".
REZEDA f Tatar, Bashkir, Chechen (Rare)
Derived from Tatar рәсидә (räsidä)
meaning "mature, ripe"; ultimately from Arabic رَشَدَ (rašada)
"to be well guided, to be of age".
RIF m Bashkir, Tatar
Either derived from Arabic رِيف (rīf)
meaning "country, countryside" or a Bashkir and Tatar form of the name Arif
SALAWAT m Bashkir
Derived from Arabic صَلَوَات (ṣalawāt)
meaning "prayers", the plural of صَلَاة (ṣalāh)
"prayer". A notable bearer was Salawat Yulayev (1754 - 1800), a Bashkir national hero.
ŠÄWRÄ f Bashkir
Derived from the Arabic word شُهْرَة (šuhra)
meaning "famous" or "renowned".
SHAIKHISLAM m Bashkir (Rare)
From the Arabic title شَيْخ (šayḵ)
meaning "chief, chieftain, head" combined with the name of the religion Islam
SHAIKHZADA m Bashkir
Meaning unknown. A known bearer was Shaikhzada Babich, a Bashkir writer and poet.
TANHILIW f Bashkir
Cognate of Tañsilu
derived from Bashkir таң (tañ)
"dawn, daybreak" combined with һылыу (hïlïw)
TANZILA f Bashkir, Tatar
Derived from Arabic تَنْزِيل (tanzīl)
meaning "sent down (from above)" or "descended (from above)".
TASHTEMIR m Chechen, Bashkir
Derived from Turkish taşdemir
, which is composed of the words taş
meaning "stone" and demir
meaning "iron". A bearer of this name was Tashtemir Elzhurkayevich Eldarkhanov, a Chechen educator and statesman.
UYILDAN m Bashkir
Derived from Arabic وِلْدَان (wildān)
VILDAN f & m Turkish, Bashkir, Bosnian
Derived from Arabic وِلْدَان (wildān)
meaning "children". It is also a Bashkir variant transcription of Uyildan
, of the same origin.
YOMABIKA f Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir йома (yoma)
meaning "Friday" (of Arabic origin) combined with бикә (bikä)
, a component used in female names.
YULAY m Bashkir
Most likely means "lunar road" from Bashkir юл (yul)
meaning "road, way, path" combined with ай (ay)
"moon". Alternatively, it could be related to the Hungarian name Gyula
. It was traditionally given to boys who were born while traveling.
ZAKIRYAN m Bashkir
Combination of Zakir
and the suffix -йән (yän)
, which is derived from Persian جان (jân)
meaning "soul, being" or "dear, darling".
ZAYTUNA f Bashkir
Derived from Arabic زَيْتُون (zaytūn)
ZILYA f Tatar, Bashkir
Means "radiant, clarity, illumination" from Arabic ضِيَاء (ḍiyāʾ)
meaning "splendour, light, glow" (see Ziya
ZOLFIA f Bashkir
Derived from Persian زلف (zolf)
meaning "curl, tress".
ZOLKHIZA f Bashkir
Derived from Arabic ذُو الْحِجَّة (ḏū l-ḥijja)
referring to Dhul Hijjah, the twelfth month of the Islamic lunar calendar.