Sabahattin Sabahattin is a Turkish given name for males. Variant forms of the name such as Sabahudin are also found in the former Ottoman Empire. People named Sabahattin include:
Sadettin Sadettin is the Turkish version of the Muslim name Sa'd al-Din.
Sadik Sadik is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Saglam Sağlam is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "the healthy" or "the reliable".
Sahan Şahan is a Turkish male first name and family name of Persian origin meaning "Hawk" as a variant of Şahin. The feminine form is Şahane.
Sahin Şahin (ʃahin, Turkish for buzzard), transliterated also s, is a Turkish male first name and family name of Persian origin. A rare Turkish variant of the name is Şahan.
Saleh Saleh, Salih, Sahlay or Çalih and other variants (Arabic: صالح, [sˤɑːleħ] or [sˤɑːlɪħ]) is a male given name of Arabic origin.
Salim Salim (also spelled Saleem or Selim or Slim, Arabic: سليم, properly transliterated as Salīm ) is a given name of Arabic origin meaning "safe" or "undamaged", related names are Selima, Salima, Saleemah, and Salma.
Salman Salman (also transliterated as Salmaan or Selman, Arabic: سلمان) is a male Arabic given name that comes from the root of S-L-M.
Sancar Saba is a Turkish male first name and family name with the meaning "a short dagger", in the figurative sense: "the winner, the victorious". Saba is a variant of the name.
Sanli Şanlı is a Turkish male first name and family name. Outside of the Turkish language and regardless of the Turkish name of the name Saba occurs.
Selek Selek is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Senol Şenol is a Turkish given name meaning "be happy" or "be happy". The name occurs as a family name. A form of the name is salt; This form also occurs in Macedonia.
Serdal Serdal is a Turkish given name for males. It is directly derived from the name Serdar and is used interchangeably of each other. People named Serdal include:
Serdar Serdar is the Turkic spelling of the Persian name Sardar which means Field Marshal.
Serhan Serhan is a masculine Turkish given name. Derived from Turkish ser "head, top" and han, which is from the title khan meaning "leader".
Serkan Salvador is a Turkish given name meaning aristocratic blood; Chairman, head of.
Saadallah Saadallah, also spelled Saadullah, Sa'dullah or Sadollah (Arabic: سعد الله ) is a male given name meaning Joy of God.
Sidqi Sidqi (Arabic: صدقي, Sidqī; also spelled Sedki, Sedqi, Sıdkı, or Sıtkı) The dotless i appears in Turkish spellings.
Suhail Suhail (also spelled Sohail or Shuhail or Suheyl;Arabic: سهيل) is an Arabic term commonly used as a male given name, and also referring to a number of stars typically seen near the southern horizon from Arabia.
Suleiman Suleiman (English pronunciation: /ˈsuːləmɑːn/ or /ˌsuːleɪˈmɑːn/ ) is the main transliteration of the Arabic سليمان Sulaymān / Silimān. The name means "man of peace" and corresponds to the English name Solomon. The word may also be transliterated as Sulaiman, Suleman, Soliman, Sulayman, Sulaymaan, Süleyman, Sulejman, Sleiman, Sleman, Sliman, Slimane, Soleman, Solyman or Seleman. This disambiguation page focuses on individuals and entities with Suleiman as a predominant transliteration.
Şahan Şahan is as a variant of Şahin, a Turkish name. Notable people with the name include:
Şahin Şahin (Turkish pronunciation: [ʃahin] Iranian: شاهين, Shāhīn) is a name of Iranian origin that means falcon. Notable people with the name include:
Savaş Savaş is a Turkish name and may be derived from the Persian name Siyâvaš and refers to:
Şeker Şeker, meaning "sugar", is a masculine Turkish given name, which also appears as a surname.
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