Sabiha Sabiha is an Arabic word (صبيحة) meaning "morning" and a female given name. The name may refer to:
Safiye Safiye is a Turkish given name for females, a variant of the name Safiya. People named Safiye include:
Sanaz Sanaz (Persian: ساناز correct transliteration: sānāz) is a Persian female name meaning "full of grace", "Persian Princess" or "with pride". Alternative spellings include Sannaz. It is originally the name of a flower. The word "nāz" in the Iranian vocabulary signifies glory, elegance, young, pride.
Selda Selda is a Turkish feminine given name. People named "Selda" include:
Selma Selma is a feminine name of uncertain origin. It could be a form of Selima, which in turn is a name first recorded in a poem by Thomas Gray (died 1771). One possibility is that Selima was influenced by the Arabic name Selim meaning "peace". The use of Selma in Germany and Scandinavia stems from the Ossianic poetry of James Macpherson (died 1796), where it appears as a place name. Its specific popularity in Sweden is likely due to the Selma poems of Frans Michael Franzén (died 1847). It was later introduced into Denmark by Swedish immigrants, after which it likely became more common do to the works of the author Selma Lagerlöf (died 1940).
Semiha Semiha is a Turkish female given name and may refer to:
Sercan Sercan is a Turkish given name and may refer to:
Serpil Serpil is a common feminine Turkish given name. It may refer to:
Seval Şevval is a female Turkish name and means "take it like/with love".
Sevgi Sevgi is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sevgi" means "Love".
Sevil Sevil is a common feminine Turkish given name. "Sevil" derives from "Sev". In Turkish, "Sev" means "to Love" and "Sevil" means the "be Loved".
Sevim Sevim is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sevim" means "Charm" and/or "Appeal".
Sevin Sevin is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sevin" means "Love her!" and/or "Rejoice!".
Seyran Seyran is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sezen Sezen is a Turkish given name and surname. Notable people with the name include:
Sibel Sibel is a Turkish female given name. People named Sibel include:
Selçuk Selçuk is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Selçuk" means "eloquent", "silver-tongued", and/or "golden-mouthed".
Shanzay Shanzay (also spelled Shanzae, "Shanzeh", Persian & Urdu: شانزے) is a feminine given name in Pakistan, which has the meaning Woman of Dignity.
Sevinç Sevinç is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sevinç" means "Joy", "Happiness" or "Glee".
Sıla Sıla (pronounced as "sla")is a Turkish masculine and feminine name. It has a meaning of "reunite with relatives and loved ones who live in the birthplace/hometown" It may refer to:
Songül Songül is a Turkish given name for females. People named Songül include:
Sumru Sumru is an Arabic-origin word which refers to the highest part of something; peak or summit.
Süyümbike Süyümbike is a common Turkish given name. The name is produced by using two Turkish words: Süyüm and Büke (origin of Bike). In Turkish, "Süyüm" means "Lovely" and "Büke" means "Queen" and/or "Woman". Therefore it means "lovely queen" or "lovely woman"
Sayan Sayan is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Saygun Saygun is a Turkish male and female first name and family name as a variant of Sackey. Sackey has the meaning "seen".
Sanem Sanem is a Turkish female given name and means something like "Idol" or "pretty lady" or - woman. Sanam occurs in the plural form "aṣnām" in the Koran and is the designation for old Arabian deities.
Sarıgül Sabio is a Turkish female given name and surname of Turkish and Persian origin with the meaning of "yellow rose". The name is formed from the Turkish elements sarı (yellow) and Gaddis (rose).
Shabnam Shabnam or also Ann is a feminine given name. The Turkish form of the equivalent is Şebnem. Also, he appears in Bengali, শবনম and Urdu شبنم.
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