Tolga (given name)

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Tolga is a Turkish-origin given name meaning "war helmet" or “the rising”. It is also an Australian Aboriginal term for “red volcanic soil”. Also in Hazara (Turkic people Native to Central Afghanistan) language it means crown (the crown of your head) [1] The name is used mostly for males. [1] It may refer to:

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  1. 1 2 "Kişi Adları Sözlüğü. Tolga". Turkish Language Association. Retrieved 27 November 2013.