Ubykh Submitted Names

Ubykh names are used by the Ubykh people, who were originally from the Caucasus but now live mostly in Turkey and the Middle East.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
ATIJE Атийе f Ubykh
Ubykh form of ATIYA.
C’ƏK’ʷ-DED ЦӀыкӀу-дед, Ҵыкә-дед f Ubykh
Derived from the Adyghe дэд (ded) meaning "very" and цӀыкӀу (tsIykIu) meaning "small".
DARUHAN Дарухъан f Ubykh
Etymology unknown.
DEVLETХAN Девлетхъан f Ubykh
Derived from the Turkish name DEVLET and han meaning "khan, ruler".
FÄFE Фафэ f Ubykh
Etymology unknown.
FIRDES Фирдес f Ubykh
Ubykh form of FIRDAUS.
GʷAŠʲAXʷƏRAJ Гуащахъурай, Гәашьахәырай f Ubykh
Derived from the Adyghe guashche meaning "mistress" and x"uray meaning "round".
GOŠʲANƏS Гощаныс f Ubykh
Derived from the Adyghe гуащэ (guashche) meaning "mistress" and нысэ (nyse) meaning "sister in law".
HANƏFA Хьаныфа, Ҳаныфа f Ubykh
Ubykh form of HANIFA.
KOŞEHUVARI f Ubykh
Historical variant transcription of GʷAŠʲAXʷƏRAJ.
NAFIYE Нафийе f Ubykh
Ubykh form of Nafiya.
NANƏW Наныу f Ubykh
Derived from nanaw meaning "baby".
NEFISE Нефисе f Ubykh
Ubykh form of NAFISA.
NESTEREN Нестерен f Ubykh
Possibly an Ubykh form of NESRIN.
NISAKUJ Нисакуй f Ubykh
Etymology uncertain, although the first element may be related to the Adyghe нысэ (nyse) meaning "sister in law".
SʷAQʷA Шъуакъуа, Сәах’әа m Ubykh
Derived from sʷa meaning "white" and qʷa meaning "son".
ȘAŞ Щащ f Ubykh
Ubykh form of SHCHASHCHA.
SURET Сурэт f Ubykh
Derived from the Arabic صُورَة‎ (ṣūra) meaning "picture, form, appearance, manner".
SURETHAN Сурэтхьан f Ubykh
Derived from SURET and han meaning "khan, ruler".
TAŠʲ Тащ m Ubykh
Derived from t’ašʷ meaning "younger".
TEMRƏQʷ Темрух m Ubykh
Ubykh form of TIMUR.
URÛTSÛK Уруцук m Ubykh
Etymology uncertain, although the second part may be from the Adyghe цIыкIу (tsIykIu) meaning "small".
VAHIDE Вахьиде, Ваҳиде f Ubykh
Ubykh form of WAHIDA.
WƏRƏSBIJ Вуруспий m Ubykh
Derived from wərəs meaning "Russian" and bij meaning "lord, master".
XʷƏSEJƏN Хъусейын m Ubykh
Ubykh variant form of HUSAIN.
XAZAČI Хазачи m Ubykh
Derived from the Adyghe зечэ (zeche) meaning "breeder, trainer" and хьэ (kh'e) meaning "dog".
XOTŠIR Хотшир m Ubykh
Etymology unknown.