DoletbiyДолэтбийmCircassian (Rare) Most likely from Persian دولت (dowlat) meaning "state, government, country" (of Arabic origin) combined with the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".
HazretХьазрэтmCircassian, Turkish (Rare) Derived from Persian حضرت (hazrat) meaning "holiness, excellency, majesty". A notable bearer is Hazret Sovmen (1937-), the second President of Adygea from 2002-2007.
NakihatfCircassian Etymology unknown. This was the name of the mother of Suleiman I of Persia.
NalbiНальбыйmCircassian Either means "happy ruler" or derived from Persian نعل (na'l) meaning "horseshoe" (of Arabic origin) combined with the Ottoman Turkish title بك (beg) meaning "chief, lord, master".
NartНартmCircassian From the name of a race of superhuman giants in Caucasian mythology, derived from Proto-Iranian narθra- meaning "manhood" (from h₂nḗr meaning "man").
SalbiyСалбийmCircassian Derived from Arabic سَالَ (sāla) meaning "to flow, to run" (figuratively meaning "brook, stream, creek") combined with the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".
TlepshЛъэпщmCaucasian Mythology, Circassian (Rare) From Ancient Greek χάλυψ (khálups) meaning "steel, iron" via Latin chalybs. In Circassian mythology, Tlepsh is a patron god of blacksmiths, weapons, iron, and fire.
TuguzhukoТыгъужъыкъо, ТыгъужъыкъуэmCircassian (Rare), History Meaning unknown. A known bearer was Tuguzhuko Kyzbech (1777-1840), a Circassian nobleman and leader during the Russian-Circassian War.
UrysbiyУрысбийmCircassian (Rare) Derived from Adyghe Урыс (Urys) meaning "Russian (person)" combined with the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".