are used in Ossetia, which is a region split by Russia and Georgia.
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ALBORTY Ӕлборты Ossetian
Derived from Loir
, the name of a village in present-day North Ossetia-Alania.
BAZZATY Бӕззаты Ossetian
Derived from Georgian ბაზი (bazi)
meaning "falcon" or from a given name derived from Tatar базу (bazu)
meaning "to dare" (given in hopes that a son would become a warrior).
BESTAUTY Бестауты Ossetian
Derived from Ossetian бистэ (biste)
meaning "village, suburb" or from Persian به (beh)
meaning "good, excellent, better". In the case of the former, it would have been used to indicate the place of residence of an ancestor.
BIBYLTY Бибылты Ossetian
Derived from Georgian ბიბილო (bibilo)
meaning "scar" or "crest", used to refer to a person with a distinctive scar on their face.
DUDAYEV Дудайты Chechen, Ossetian (Russified)
Russified form of a Chechen and Ossetian family name of disputed meaning; the name may be derived from Ossetian дудахъхъ (dudaqq)
meaning "bustard", from Ingush тат (tat)
meaning "Mountain Jew", or from Circassian дадэ (dade)
meaning "grandfather" or "king, head, chief"... [more
DZAGOEV Зӕгъойты Ossetian (Russified)
Russified form of the Ossetian surname Зæгъойты (Zægoyty)
, which came from the nickname Dzagoy
. The name was probably from Ossetian дзаг (dzag)
meaning "full, complete", ultimately derived from Persian چاق (čâq)
DZHIOTY Джиоты Ossetian
Most likely related to Sanskrit उज्ज्वल (ujjvala)
meaning "bright, radiant, luminous".
DZUGAEV Дзугаты Ossetian (Russified)
Probably derived from Dzuga
, the name of a past ancestor and the founder of the family/clan of uncertain meaning, though it could have been used to refer to a shepherd or herder if derived from Iron Ossetian дзуг (dzug)
meaning "flock, herd (of sheep or cattle)".
GABARATY Гӕбӕраты Ossetian
Derived from Алгуз (Alguz)
, an earlier Ossetian family name of unknown meaning. Historically, the last of the Alguz family migrated to the village of Zalda (located in present-day South Ossetia), where most members of the family presently reside.
GAZAEV Гӕззаты Ossetian (Russified)
Russified form of an Ossetian name most likely derived from Ossetian гæзæмæ (gæzæmæ)
meaning "few, little, rare".
GAZDANTY Гӕздӕнты Ossetian
Possibly derived from Arabic غَازِي (ḡāzī)
meaning "hero, champion".
GAZDIEV Ingush (Russified), Ossetian (Russified)
Russified form of an Ingush and Ossetian surname derived from the name of an Ingush teip (clan) of unknown meaning, possibly of Turkic origin. The name is mainly found in present-day Ingushetia and North Ossetia-Alania.
ILYASOV Uzbek, Bashkir, Tatar, Tajik, Azerbaijani, Kyrgyz, Kazakh, Crimean Tatar, Turkmen, Chechen, Avar, Ossetian, Ingush, Circassian
Means "son of ILYAS
KHAREBATY Харебаты Ossetian
Derived from Georgian ხარება (xareba)
LALIEV Лалыты Ossetian (Russified)
Russified form of an Ossetian surname derived from Georgian ლალი (lali)
meaning "ruby", ultimately from Sanskrit लाल (lāl)
PLIEV Плиты Ingush (Russified), Ossetian (Russified)
Russified form of an Ingush and Ossetian name, which is derived from the name of an Ingush teip (clan). The name itself comes from Plievo
, the name of a village in Ingushetia, which means "village of the sons of Pkhile", referring to a given name possibly derived from Ossetian пыл (pyl)
RAMAZANOVA Azerbaijani, Lezgin, Lak, Dargin, Kumyk, Dagestani, Bashkir, Tatar, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tajik, Uzbek, Chechen, Ossetian, Ingush, Circassian, Avar, Turkmen, Crimean Tatar, Russian
Feminine form of RAMAZANOV