are used in Ingushetia, a federal subject of Russia.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Arbi Ӏарби m Chechen, Ingush
Derived from Chechen Ӏаьрбий (arbiy)
or Ingush Ӏарбий (arbiy)
both meaning "Arab".
Ayshet f Circassian, Ingush
Adyghe and Ingush form of Aisha
. It can also be derived from Turkish ay
meaning "moon, month" combined with Persian شاد (šâd)
meaning "glad, happy, cheerful"
Bekkhan Бекхан m Chechen, Ingush
From the Turkish military title beg
meaning "chieftain, master" combined with the Turkic title khan
meaning "ruler, leader".
Khavazh Хаваж m Chechen, Ingush
Derived from the Persian title خواجه (khajeh)
meaning "lord, owner, master".
Khazhbikar m Chechen, Ingush
Possibly from Arabic حَاجِب (ḥājib)
meaning “concealing, screening, protecting” or حَاجّ (ḥājj)
meaning “pilgrim (to Mecca)” and Persian بیکار (bikâr)
meaning “unemployed, idle, unoccupied”.
Maksharip Макшарип m Ingush
From Arabic مكة (Makka)
referring to the city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia combined with شريف (sharif)
meaning "eminent, virtuous".
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".
Sulambek Суламбек m Ingush, Chechen
Derived from Arabic سلام (salam)
meaning "peace" or سلامة (salama)
meaning "safety, good health" combined with the Turkish military title beg
meaning "chieftain, master".
Tarkhan Тархан m Chechen (Rare), Ingush (Rare)
From an ancient military title used by Mongol, Turkic and Iranian leaders, which is of uncertain origin. In the Mongol Empire this title granted exemption from taxation.
Zarema f Chechen, Crimean Tatar, Dagestani, Ingush, Kazakh
Meaning uncertain, though the name is likely of either Arabic or Persian origin. It might possibly be derived from Arabic زريمة (zarima)
meaning "flaming, igniting, submissive" or from Persian زر (zar)
meaning "gold, golden" (compare Zarya