Azerbaijani Submitted Surnames
are used by the Azeri people of Azerbaijan and northern Iran.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Means "son of the effendi", from the Ottoman title افندي (efendi)
meaning "lord, master", of Greek origin.
Derived from Azerbaijani gül
meaning "rose" or "flower"; ultimately from Persian.
Means "son of Mammad", from the name Mammad
and the patronymic particle -ov
. It is estimated to be the most common name in Azerbaijan.
Russified version of the Arabic surname Salim/Selim/Saleem. The feminine variation of this name is Salimova. Those carrying this name most likely come from the predominantly-Muslim former Soviet states.
Means "son of the Sharif". Sharif is an Arabic title meaning "noble". Sunni Arabs refer to the Sharifs as the descendants of Hasan ibn Ali.
Means "son of the vizier"; derived from the Azerbaijani word vəzir
meaning "vizier". A vizier is a high official in Muslim countries such as Turkey.