From Turkish ak
"white" and soy
Means "iron" in Turkish, originally referring to an ironworker.
Nickname from a Turkish word indicating a "crow".
Derived from Turkish katır
meaning "mule", a name for a person who made transports by mule.
From Turkish kundak
meaning "stock, wooden part of a rifle".
From the name of a profession: a person who made water bottles or flasks.
Means "tailor" in Turkish, ultimately of Persian origin.