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Axiy

The name "Axiy" is of Uzbek origin and holds a significant and profound meaning. In Uzbek culture, "Axiy" (Ахий) is a name that signifies honor, respect, and dignity. It reflects qualities of nobility and integrity, suggesting a person of high moral character and esteemed status.


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Nazira

The name "Nazira" is of Arabic origin and is commonly used in Uzbek culture. It means "observer," "spectator," or "one who looks with attention." The name conveys the idea of a person who is attentive, thoughtful, and observant, often associated with inte...
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Bilol

Bilol is an Uzbek name that means “blessed” or “divinely favored”. It is a name that symbolizes hope, faith, and good fortune. It encourages its bearer to be optimistic and to always strive for the best. Bilol serves as a reminder to be humble and...
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Mahdi

The name "Mahdi" is of Arabic origin and holds significant spiritual and cultural meaning in Islamic tradition. In Arabic, "Mahdi" means "guided" or "the rightly guided one." In Islamic eschatology, the Mahdi is believed to be a future leader who will est...
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Xosiyat

The Tajik (Persian) or Uzbek (Xosiyat) form of the Arabic name Khasiyat and in a figurative meaning means “special; positive.”...
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Shahruza

Turkic (Kazakh or Uzbek Shaxruza) name, the feminine form of the male Persian name Shahruz and figuratively means “happy.”...
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Nilufar

Nilufar is a female name of Uzbek origin, which is derived from the Persian word "Nilufar" meaning "water lily," a beautiful and fragrant flower that grows in still waters. As such, Nilufar is often interpreted to mean "lotus flower" or "water lily" in Uz...
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Azamat

Azamat is an Uzbek name derived from the Arabic language, meaning “great” or “mighty.” It is a popular name among parents in Uzbekistan, and is often given to boys. The name Azamat symbolizes strength and power, and is associated with courage and ...
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Muhammadyusuf

Muhammadyusuf is an Uzbek name derived from the Arabic language, meaning “praise to the Prophet Muhammad”. The name is a reminder to its bearer to always strive to live a life that is in accordance with the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon...
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Shohruz

Tajik (Shohuz) or Uzbek (Shohruz) form of the Persian name Shahruz - “happy, fortunate.”...
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Sanjar

Sanjar is an Uzbek name which means “king” or “ruler”. It is a popular name in Uzbekistan and other Central Asian countries, and is often given to children born into positions of power or authority. Those who bear the name Sanjar are thought to be...
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