149 Turkish boy names for your baby with the most beautiful sounds and meanings

If you are looking for ideas of different names for your baby , those of Turkish origin can be a good option, especially if you like them short. In addition, they evoke suggestive sounds, very different from those of the Spanish language and contain beautiful meanings that, in the case of children, allude to qualities and moral values, emotions and animals.

Here are 149 Turkish boy names for your baby, for you to choose from.

  • Abi : can be translated as “older brother”.
  • Acar / Akar : “bright” or “the current flows.”
  • Adem : Turkish version of Adam, the name of the first man.
  • Ahmed : comes from Ahmad, named after three Ottoman sultans. It means “worthy of praise.”
  • Ali : of Arabic origin, it means “elevated”.
  • Alp : “hero”.
  • Altan : evokes the “red dawn”.
  • Asil : “noble from birth.”
  • Aslan : “lion.” He is one of his most iconic Narnia characters.
  • Atilla : name of the popular Hungarian warrior Atila, which can be translated as a diminutive of “father”.
  • Aydın : “enlightened”, “intelligent”.
  • Azad : refers to a “free” man.
  • Azize : “powerful.”
  • Bahadir : “hero” or “warrior”, “brave”.
  • Baris : “peace”.
  • Bekir : “firstborn.”
  • Berk / Berker : “solid”, “strong” or “firm”.
  • Berat : “transparent”, “bright”.
  • Bilge : unisex name, means “wise”.
  • Bora : “hurricane”.
  • Bülent : “tall” and “powerful”.
  • Bulut : “cloud.”
  • Burak : comes from Barar, a name from Arabic mythology, and can be translated as “lightning”.
  • Cahil : “naive” or “young”.
  • Can : represents the “soul” or “life”.
  • Candan : “sincere.”
  • Cem : “ruler”.
  • Cemal : “beauty”.
  • Cemil : “goodness.”
  • Cihan : unisex name meaning “world” or “universe”.
  • Deniz : unisex name, evokes the “sea”.
  • Derya : unisex name, means “ocean”.
  • Devrim : “revolution.”
  • Doruk : “top of the mountain”.
  • Duygu : unisex name, means “emotion”.
  • Ediz : “to be tall” or “to be in height”.
  • Ekrem : the “most generous” person, magnanimous.
  • Elvan : unisex name, it means “colors”.
  • Emin : “trustworthy.”
  • Emir : derives from the Arabic name Amir, and means “prince.”
  • Emirhan : born from combining ‘Emir’ (prince) with ‘han’ (leader).
  • Emre : “friend”, “brother”.
  • Engin : “great.”
  • Enver : “glow”, “bright”.
  • Ercan : “genuine”.
  • Erdem : “virtue.”
  • Erdogan : “hawk.”
  • Eren : “holy.”
  • Erkin : “freedom.”
  • Erol : “brave”.
  • Esat : “happy.”
  • Eser : unisex name, means “achievement”.
  • Evren : unisex name, means “the universe”.
  • Eymen : means “fortunate”, “auspicious” or “blessed”.
  • Fahri : of Arabic origin, it refers to the “will”.
  • Faruk : Name of Turkish origin that means “capable of distinguishing good from evil”, “separates what is correct and what is connected”.
  • Fatih : from Arabic ‘Fathi’, symbolizes “victory”.
  • Ferhan : cheerful “,” spacious “,” satisfied “.
  • Ferit : “unique”.
  • Fuat : from the Arabic ‘Fuad’, it means “heart”.
  • Galip : “winner”.
  • Goker : “man from heaven.”
  • Habbab : “loving”, “dear friend.”
  • Hakan : “emperor.”
  • Halil : “close friend.”
  • Halim : “soft.”
  • Haluk : “goodness.”
  • Harun : Arabic and Turkish variant of “Aaron.”
  • Hasan : comes from the Arabic word ‘hasuna’, which means “handsome.”
  • Haul : “sun.”
  • Hayati : “vital”.
  • Haydar : alternative to “Haidar”, which means “lion”.
  • Hayri : “useful man.”
  • Hikmet : comes from ‘Hikmat’ and refers to “wisdom”.
  • Huseyin : Turkish variant of the Arabic name Husayn. It refers to a “good and beautiful” man.
  • Husnu : of Arabic origin means “excellent”.
  • Ibrahim : variant of Abraham, “father of the people.”
  • Ihsan : translates to ‘goodness’, same as ‘Haluk’.
  • Ilhami : “inspiration”.
  • Ilhan : “ruler”, “emperor”.
  • Ilkay : unisex name, means “new moon”.
  • Ilkin : “first.”
  • Irfan : “gratitude”, “wise”.
  • Isa : Turkish version of Jesus, “salvation.”
  • Iskender / Iskander : variant of Alexander, “protector of the people.”
  • Ismail : variant of Ishmael, “God has heard.”
  • Ismet : “honor”.
  • Izzet : “glory”.
  • Kadir : “strong.”
  • Kadri : “courage.”
  • Kaan : “chief” or “king”.
  • Kahraman : “hero.”
  • Kemal: A variant of Kamal, it means “mature.”
  • Kerem : “noble”, “kind”.
  • Khan : “prince”.
  • Kiral : “supreme leader, king”.
  • Kundret : “energy” or “force”.
  • Kuzey : reference to “north”.
  • Levent : “handsome.”
  • Mavi : “blue”.
  • Mazhar : “honored.”
  • Mert : “brave”.
  • Mesut : of Arabic origin, it translates as “lucky”, “happy”.
  • Metin : “strong”.
  • Murat : “I wish.”
  • Nur : this unisex name of Arabic origin, means “light”.
  • Onan : “prosperous.”
  • Onur : “honor”.
  • Orhan : “great.”
  • Osman : this is the name of the founder of the Ottoman Empire and it means “friend of Muhammad”, “chief”.
  • Ozan : “poet.”
  • Özgür : unisex name, means “free”.
  • Ruslam : “lion”.
  • Ruzgar : unisex name that means “wind.”
  • Sahin : of Persian origin, it is the name of a type of falcon.
  • Sedat : “fair.”
  • Sehzade : “king”.
  • Selim : “sure.”
  • Semih : “generous”.
  • Serdar : “commander”.
  • Serhan : “superior leader”.
  • Sevilin : “beloved.”
  • Sukri : of African origin, it means “grateful”.
  • Suleyman: a variant of the biblical King Solomon, it means “peaceful”.
  • Tahir : “virtuous.”
  • Talat : “dew.”
  • Taner : “born at dawn.”
  • Tarkan : “brave”, “strong”.
  • Tarık : “the one who knocks at the door”.
  • Taylan : “stop.”
  • Tayyip : “nice.”
  • Toygar : “lark.”
  • Tuncay : “bronze moon”.
  • Tuktu : unisex name, means “passion”.
  • Ufuk : “horizon”.
  • Ugur : “good omen.”
  • Ulvi : “high” or “exalted”.
  • Ümit / Umut : unisex name, means “hope”.
  • Vahit : variant of the Arabic “Wahid, means“ unique ”.
  • Volkan : “volcano”.
  • Yagmur : unisex name, refers to “rain”.
  • Yakin : “close”.
  • Yigit : “brave”.
  • Yilmaz : “fearless.”
  • Yucel / Yurcel : “sublime”.
  • Yunus : comes from Jonah who in Hebrew represents a “dove”.
  • Yusuf : the Turkish equivalent of José.
  • Zeheb : “gold.”
  • Zeki : “smart.”

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