|Variant form(s)||Topaloğlu (English: son of Topal)|
Topal is a Turkish word meaning "lame" and may refer to:
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Köprülüzade Fazıl Ahmed Pasha was an Ottoman nobleman and statesman, who was a member of the renowned Köprülü family of Albanian origin, which produced six grand viziers of the Ottoman Empire.
Damat Ibrahim Pasha was an Ottoman military commander and statesman who held the office of grand vizier three times (the first time from 4 April to 27 October 1596; the second time from 5 December 1596 to 3 November 1597; and for the third and last time, from 6 January 1599 to 10 July 1601. He is known as the conqueror of Kanije.
Ahmet Tevfik Pasha, known as Ahmet Tevfik Okday after the Turkish Surname Law of 1934, was an Ottoman statesman of ethnic Crimean Tatar origin. He was the last Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire.
Kara Musa Pasha was an Ottoman soldier and statesman of Bosnian origin who was named grand vizier by Sultan Ibrahim I 16 September 1647 after Nevesinli Salih Pasha's execution, holding the office for only five days until 21 September. He also held the office of Kapudan Pasha in 1647.
Mehmed Pasha or Mehmet Pasha may refer to:
Şemsi Ahmet Pasha also known as Chamsi-Pasha; was a prominent Ottoman statesman of Albanian origin who occupied numerous high-ranking political posts, serving at different stages as the Ottoman governor of Damascus, Rûm, Sivas, Anatolia and Rumelia, and subsequently succeeding Sokollu Mehmet Pasha as grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire in 1579.
OsmancıklıKoca Mehmed Nizamüddin Pasha was an Ottoman statesman who served as grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 1429 to 1438.
Semiz Ali Pasha was an Ottoman statesman from the Sanjak of Bosnia who served as Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 1561 to 1565. He was the beylerbey (governor) of Egypt Eyalet from 1549 to 1553. Semiz Ali Pasha was born in Prača in Bosnia, and replaced Rüstem Pasha as a Grand Vizier. After palace schooling, he discharged high-level functions along the Ottoman Empire.
Derviş Mehmed Pasha was an Ottoman statesman that served as the Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire briefly between 21 June 1606 and 9 December 1606.
Mahmud Pasha Angelović was the Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 1456 to 1466 and again from 1472 to 1474, who also wrote Persian and Turkish poems under the pseudonym Adni.
Lütfi Pasha was an Albanian Ottoman statesman, general, and Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire under Suleiman the Magnificent from 1539 to 1541.
Halil Hamid Pasha, also Halil Hamit Paşa (1736–1785) was the grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 31 December 1782 to 30 April 1785. He is the ancestor of Kemal Derviş. He was especially instrumental in inviting foreign experts, especially French ones, to the Ottoman Empire from 1784.
Mehmed Rushdi Pasha was an Ottoman reformist and statesman. He served as Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire during five separate terms. He was preceded by Midhat Pasha. Mehmed Rushdi Pasha was a fervent supporter of the Tanzimat. He believed that the empire would lag behind the West if no attempt was made to modernize itself. He served as a Translator of Military texts as well as a military colonel in his youth. He was born in 1811, and died on 27 March 1882.
Nevesinli Salih Pasha was an Ottoman civil servant and grand vizier.
Topal Izzet Mehmed Pasha, Topal Izzet Pasha, or Darendeli Mehmed Pasha was an Ottoman admiral and reformist statesman during the Tanzimat period of reformation. He was Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire during two terms:
Sarı Süleyman Paşa was an Albanian Ottoman grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 18 November 1685 to 18 September 1687. He was executed after the defeat of the Ottoman forces in the Battle of Mohács (1687).
Sokullu is a Turkish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Bodur Hüseyin Pasha was an Ottoman statesman and government official who served many high-level positions in the Ottoman Empire, including governorship of Bosnia (1594–95), of Damascus (1582–83), of Diyarbekir, of Budin, of Aleppo, of Van, of Anatolia, and of Egypt (1573–74).
Osman Pasha the Bosnian or the Herzegovinian, known as Osman-paša Kazanac, was an Ottoman statesman who served as the governor of the Damascus Eyalet, of Anatolia Eyalet (1678–1680), of Egypt Eyalet (1680–1683), of Diyarbekir Eyalet (1683), of Bosnia Eyalet (1684), and of Eğri Eyalet (1685). His byname suggests that he hailed from the Sanjak of Bosnia or the Sanjak of Herzegovina.
The Serbs in Turkey are Turkish citizens of Serbian descent or Serbia-born people who reside in Turkey.