Tolgahan is a Turkish given name for males. Notable people with the name include:
Alan may refer to:
Ilyas is a form of the masculine given name Elias or Elijah.
Kardeş Türküler is a contemporary Turkish ethnic/folkloric band. It was formed in 1993 with a series of stage performances given by the music branch of the Folklore Club at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul, Turkey.
Reza is a Persian name, originating from the Arabic word رضا, Riḍā, which literally means "the fact of being pleased or contented; contentment, approval". In religious context, this name is interpreted as satisfaction or "perfect contentment with God's will or decree". The name is neutral and not one used only by a particular sect, and is used widely by Iranians, Arab Christians and Arab Druze. According to Annemarie Schimmel, "riḍā is closely related to shukr"; "shukr" is an Arabic term denoting thankfulness and gratitude.
Vahid is the Persian, Kurmanji Kurdish and Bosnian variant of the Arabic masculine given name Wahid, meaning "The One", "Unique". People named Vahid include:
Farooq is a common Arabic given and family name. Al-Fārūq literally means "the one who distinguishes between right and wrong."
Çelik, meaning "steel" in Turkish, is a Turkish given name and surname. It may refer to:
Turks in Liechtenstein refers to ethnic Turkish people who have migrated to Liechtenstein as well as the growing Liechtenstein-born community with full or partial Turkish origins. The majority of Liechtensteiner Turks descend from the Republic of Turkey; however, there has also been Turkish migration waves from other post-Ottoman countries, including ethnic Turkish communities which have come from the Balkans, the island of Cyprus, as well as from other parts of the Levant. In addition, there has been migration to Liechtenstein from the Turkish diaspora; for example, Turkish-Austrians, Turkish-Germans, and Turkish-Swiss people have arrived in Liechtenstein as Austrian, German, and Swiss citizens.
Adem corresponding to Adam, is a masculine given name common in Turkey and Bosnia.
Saleh or Salih is an Arabic masculine given name and surname which means "Pious".
Aytaç is a Turkish given name and surname. Ay is the Turkish word for "moon" and taç for "crown", so Aytaç can be translated as "crown of the moon" or "moon crown". People named Aytaç include:
Tolgahan Acar is a Turkish professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for the amateur side Adana 1954 FK. He has been capped at youth level for the U-18, U-19 and U-20 Turkey squads.
Umut is a Turkish gender neutral given name meaning hope. Notable people named Umut include:
Demirci is a Turkish surname meaning "blacksmith". Notable people with the surname include:
Kurt or Kurd is a Turkish name and surname literally meaning "wolf".
Events in the year 1986 in Turkey.
Tolgahan Mulla Çiçek is a professional footballer who plays as a left back for TFF Third League side Osmaniyespor FK. Born in the Netherlands, he represented Turkey at under-21 international level.
Turgut Tolgahan Sayışman is a Turkish actor and model. Sayışman won Manhunt International competition in 2005 in South Korea.
Pehlivan or Pahlevan derives from Iranian language word meaning noble, wrestler, hero or champion and it is a loan word in many Asiatic languages as well as middle eastern languages including Turkish surname originally given to wrestlers. The name of Feyli (Pehli) Kurds is also deriving from the same root word. The word consist of two Iranic (Aryen) word "pehli" or "pahli" and "van, wan". While peh, pah is root word for hero "van" or "wan" is a suffix similar as in "er, or" in soldier, warrior, wrestler, shopper.