Appendix:Persian given names (2)

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to: navigation, search

Boys[edit]

Alef (الف)[edit]

BOY

  • Abadard: One who possesses prosperity
  • Aban: 8th month of the Iranian/Zoroastrian calendar; Name of the angel presiding over water and 10th day of the Iranian/Zoroastrian month.
  • Abarja: Most strenuous
  • Abid: Spark, fire
  • Abtin: A character in Shahnameh (Fereydun's father)
  • Abtum: Creator of the plentiful waters
  • Adarbad: Protector of fire; name of a saint
  • Adarbahram: Fire of success, victory
  • Adarburzin: Fire of exaltation; name of son of hero Framroz; shortened form of Adarburzinmeher
  • Adarburzinmeher: Fire of exalted love and affection; the third sacred fire of Sassanian Iran, that of husbandmen
  • Adarfiroz: Fire of victory
  • Adarfra: Fire of glory
  • Adargushnasp: Fire dedicated to a war stallion; the second sacred fire of Sassanian Iran, that of warriors; an emblem of military strength
  • Adarhormazd: Fire of God
  • Adarhoshang: Fire of knowledge and intelligence
  • Adarkhordad: Fire of glory
  • Adarkhurshid: Fire Of The Sun
  • Adarmah: Month of Adar (see above)
  • Adarmard: A man of power
  • Adarpadyavand: Fire of power
  • Adarvan: Fire protector
  • Adro: Most righteous
  • Adwi: Needing no protection
  • Aerik: see Airik
  • Aflatun: Plato
  • Afrang or Afrand: Splendour, glory
  • Afrasiab: A character in Shahnameh (The King Of Turan)
  • Afshar: Accessorial, fellow, companion, partner.
  • Afshin: The title given to ancient Ushrusanian (ancient culture of Turks and Iranians) Princes, one of which (Afshin Khaydar) became the legendary general who famously quelled the Arab (Khurramite) invasion of Azerbaijan and Persia.
  • Afsar: (from Pahlavi; from Avestan Aiwi over/on + sar head) Crown; Diadem; Kingdom; Commander; Officer; Premium.
  • Ahumstut: One who prays the Ahu (Nvar) (i.e. Yatha Ahu Vairyo)
  • Ahun: Of God, pertaining to God
  • Aidin: Clear; enlightened; illuminated, bright (from Turkish)
  • Airik / Aerik*: Mentioned in Denkard 3 & 28th paragraph of Farwardin Yasht, Grandfather of King Minocheher, brother of Salm & Tuj. (In some books Airik is called Iraj)
  • Airyaman: Noble mind, name of an angel
  • Alborz: Name of a mountain range in Iran that is considered sacred in Zoroastrian faith
  • Alvand: Name of a mountain in Iran, near Hamadan
  • Amardad: Immortal; Av. Ameretat; Pahl. Amurdad
  • Amavand: Powerful, strong
  • Anahita: Queen of Heaven
  • Anaoshak: Immortality, Felicity.
  • Andisheh: Thought
  • Anosh: Immortal; elixir
  • Anoshiruvan: Having an immortal soul
  • Anoush: Eternal, ever-lasting
  • Anoushiravan: Name af a Persian king
  • Aoshnar: A man of intellect; Av. Aoshanara
  • Aparviz: Victorious; an epithet of King Khusru II
  • Aprang: A character in Shahnameh (Saam's Son)
  • Arad: Name of an angel
  • Aran/Aron: A former Persian province in the Caucasus (now part of Azerbaijan)
  • Arang: Colour
  • Arasb: Name of one of Cyrus the Great's generals
  • Arash: Truthfulness; righteousness; name of a famous archer of ancient Iran; Av. Erekhsha
  • Arashk: The first king of the Ashkanian Dynasty
  • Arashmid: Archimedes
  • Arasp: Name of one of Cyrus the Great's generals
  • Arasti: Adorned; name of Zarathushtra's uncle; father of Mediomah
  • Arastoo: Aristotle
  • Arawaostra: Possessing a white stallion
  • Arda: Name of a priest of the Magi (during the Sassanid period)
  • Ardafravash: Holy guardian spirit
  • Ardakhoreh: Having holy lustre
  • Ardashir/Ardeshir: Name of the founder of the Sassanian dynasty; righteous ruler; Pahl. form of Av. Aretakhshathra
  • Ardavan: A character in Shahnameh; name of many Parthian kings; name of Dariush I's brother
  • Ardeshir: Name of the founder of the Sassanian dynasty (Ardeshir BabakAn); Name of a couple of Achaemenid and Sassanid kings; also name of a couple of characters in Shahnameh
  • Ardaviraf: Holy resplendent hero
  • Ardoon/Ardun: Name of a Persian king
  • Ardavan: Protector of holiness
  • Aria/Arya: Aryan (the original inhabitants of Iran, who came from central Asia)
  • Ariana: Related or belonging to the Aryans
  • Arjan: A kind of fir tree; a kind of mountain almond
  • Arion:
  • Arjang: The house of the prophet Mani; a character in Shahnameh (a Turanian champion, killed by Tus)
  • Arjasp: A character in Shahnameh (Afrasiyab's grandson a Turanian champion; possessor of valuable horses
  • Arjumand: Beloved, dear, noble, the real name of Mumtaz, the wife of Shah Jahaan
  • Arman: Ideal, hope, aspiration
  • Armin: A dweller of the Garden Of Eden; son of King Kobad (a character in Shahnameh, the son of Key-Ghobad
  • Armiyah: Jeremiah
  • Armoun/Armun: Earnest, pledge
  • Arsalan: Lion; brave man
  • Arshad: Head of a group; marcasite
  • Arshak: Straightforward, The first king of the Ashkanian Dynasty (Arsacid Dynasty)
  • Arsham/Arshama: Very strong and brave; hero; the name of Dariush I's grandfather
  • Arshan: Hero
  • Arshasb: Possessor of stallions
  • Arshavir: Righteous hero
  • Arshia/Arsia: Throne
  • Arshis: Blessing
  • Artabaz: Name of Cyrus the Great The Great's commander of war chariots
  • Artafarnis: Havng holy glory
  • Artan: Darius's father-in-law
  • Artavardiya: Doer of justice, Name Of One Of Darius' Generals
  • Artawahishta: Best holiness; one of the seven Amahraspands (meaning Archangels); Av. Asha Vahishta
  • Artay: Strong
  • Arteman: Name of Khashayar's (Xerxes's) brother
  • Artin: Name of a Medes king; righteous
  • Arun: Amiable, attractive
  • Arvand: Swift; brave, courageous; name of a mountain in ancient Iran; majesty, grandeur; a character in Shahnameh (Lohrasb's father)
  • Arvin: Experiment, trial
  • Arya: see Aria
  • Aryabod: Chief of the Aryans; guardian of the Aryans
  • Aryaburzin: Exalted Iranian
  • Aryaman: Name of Khashayar's naval commander
  • Aryamanesh: Of Aryan character and nature
  • Aryameher: Aryan sun; sun amongst the Aryans
  • Aryan: Of Aryan character
  • Aryanan: Of Aryan Character & Race
  • Aryaramna: Name Of The Great-Grandfather Of King Darius I
  • Aryasb/Aryasp: Possessor of Aryan horses; name of Cyrus the Great The Great's general and friend
  • Aryo/Aryobarzan: Iranian hero who fought against Alexander
  • Arzani: Worthy
  • Arzhan: A kind of mountain almond
  • Arzhang: A character in Shahnameh
  • Asdin: Hope of religion
  • Asfandiar: Created by the Holy Spirit
  • Ashavahisht: Best righteousness
  • Ashkan: Name of the third dynasty of Persian kings
  • Ashour:
  • Ashtad: Rectitude; name of an angel
  • Aspandad: Bountiful humility; earth; name of an angel
  • Aspandyar: Bountiful friend; Av. Spentodator Meaning Bountiful
  • Aspantaman: White one; family name of Zarathushtra; Av. Spitama
  • Asrat: Third; Av. Thrita; father of hero Kersasp of the Sama family
  • Astoh: Unconquerable
  • Ata: To Give
  • Atars: Undaunted
  • Atash: Fire
  • Atashban/Atashbon: Guardian of fire
  • Atashband:
  • Athrina: Pertaining to fire
  • Atila: Attila the Hun
  • Aurang: Wisdom; understanding; throne; beauty
  • Aurashaspa: Possessing swift camels
  • Aurvatasp: One having swift horses; name of the father of Vishtaspa
  • Aushedar/Aushedarmah: One who increases holiness; name of a future saviour
  • Auzhan: Hero; victorious
  • Avgan: A character in Shahnameh (name of a warrior in Ferydoon's army)
  • Ayanghat: Made of iron
  • Azad: Free, liberated
  • Azadafroz: Shining nobly
  • Azadchehr: Of noble appearance
  • Azadmard: Noble man
  • Azadsarv: Noble cypress
  • Azarafrooz: A character in Shahnameh (son of Esfandiar)
  • Azarang: Bright, shining, flame-coloured, red
  • Azarbod: Guardian of fire
  • Azardad: Freedom-giving
  • Azarkevan: Fire of Saturn; name of a famous Dastur
  • Azarmig: Endearing, honoured, respected
  • Azartash/Azartush: Salamander
  • Azarzushnes: Fire-like potency

Be (ب)[edit]

BOY

  • Babak/Bobak: A character in Shahnameh; diminutive of father in Persian; a father's youngest/dearest child ; ancestor of Sassanian King Ardashir; papak, little father
  • Baghodat: Created by God
  • Bahador/Bahadur: Brave, honourable, valiant
  • Bahman: Name of the 11th month of the Iranian Calendar; name of a couple of characters in Shahnameh (one of Esfandiyar's sons); good mind
  • Bahmanyar: Having a friend with a good mind; name of a student of Avicenna
  • Bahmard: Good man
  • Bahram/Behram/Bahrom: A character in Shahnameh; the planet Mars; victorious; name of an angel; Av. Verethraghna
  • Bahramchobin: Having a victorious club; name of a celebrated Iranian general
  • Bahramdad: Created by victory
  • Bahramian: Descended from the family of Bahram
  • Bakhtafarid/Bakhtafarit: Blessed by fortune
  • Bakhtiar/Bakhtyar: Name of a tribe; name of place in southern Iran; friend of fortune
  • Baktash: The elder, grandee of a tribe; precious, dear; name of one of the kings of Kharazm
  • Balash: Name of a Sassanid king
  • Bamdad: Early morning; name of Mazdak's Father
  • Bamdat: Dawn
  • Bamin: Bright, radiant; a town in Herat, Afghanistan
  • Bamshad: Pleasant dawn; a famous musician in the Sassanid dynasty
  • Banan: Tips of the fingers (from Arabic)
  • Baraz: Exalted
  • Barbad/Barbod: A famous musician in Khosro Parviz's court (Sassanid dynasty)
  • Bardia/Bardiya: Name Of Cyrus the Great The Great's Son Who Was Also Darius I's Father-In-Law
  • Barid: Courier, messenger
  • Barin: Eminent; supreme; pleasant; the north-east wind; name of a fire temple; strength, power (from Turkish)
  • Barkhia: The father of Asef (from Arabic)
  • Barmac/Barmak: Name of a noble and famous Iranian family from Khorasan who served as Grand Vizier during Harun Al-Rashid
  • Barman: High minded; a character in Shahnameh (one of Afrasiyab's generals)
  • Barsam: Great fire; an army commander in the Sassanid dynasty
  • Barzin: An Iranian hero, a character in Shahnameh
  • Barzu: Exalted
  • Bashu: Lizard
  • Bastam: Coral
  • Bastavar/Bastur: Name of a famous hero; Av. Bastavairi one who wears tight armour around his chest; name of Zarir's son and King Gushtasp's nephew
  • Bavand: Iranian dynasty that ruled Tabaristan (now Mazandaran, northern Iran
  • Bavar: Belief
  • Bavard: Name of a hero, and the city (near Neishabur) founded by him
  • Bazan:
  • Bazur: A character in Shahnameh (The Turanian Sorcerer)
  • Bazyar: A falconer; a farmer
  • Behbod:
  • Behdad: Excellent gift; of good birth
  • Behdin: Good rite; of good religion
  • Behfar: Dignified
  • Behkam: Good wish
  • Behmanesh: Clean in deed
  • Behmard: Good man
  • Behnam: Reputable; someone with an honourable name
  • Behnan:
  • Behnia: Of good ancestry
  • Behnoud: The name of Indian kings
  • Behpour: Good son
  • Behrad: Charitable person; giver of goodness, one of Godlike goodness
  • Bahrang: Good color
  • Behrouz: Fortunate, lucky (literally 'good day')
  • Behzad/Behzaad: بهزاد Literally "of good birth"; Born of a good/noble family; Aristocrat; Also the horse of Siyavash (Iranian mythological paladin) in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh is called Shabrang Behzad شبرنگ بهزاد meaning Blackish Behzad, riding which, he valiantly leaps through burning pyres as a gesture to prove his righteousness.
  • Berezavant: Exalted
  • Bezan: Name of the son of Banugushnasp, the brave daughter of Rustam
  • Bijan/Bizhan: A character in Shahnameh (Giv's son and Manijeh's husband)
  • Bina: Seeing, clear-sighted
  • Bokhtar: Redeemer, saviour, reliever of all troubles
  • Borjasb: Possessor of tall and lean horses
  • Borjis: Exaltation
  • Borna: Young, youthful
  • Borzin: Fire; name of an ancient fire temple; name of an ancient champion of Iran
  • Borzoo/Borzu: Tall; a character in Shahnameh (Sohrab's son)
  • Borzouyeh/Borzuyeh: Iranian physician of Sassanid period (he translated Pancha Tantra from Sanskrit into Persian and named it Kelileh And Demneh)
  • Bostin: Patient
  • Bozorgmehr/Buzarjomehr: Name of the Prime Minister of Anushiravan, King of Persia
  • Bandar: With a noble lineage
  • Burjor: Exalted
  • Burzafrah: Having exalted glory
  • Burzafrid: One who is exalted
  • Burzasp: Having tall stallions
  • Burzin: Exalted
  • Burzincheher: With an exalted face
  • Burzinkurush: Exalted sun; name of a teacher of Zarathushtra
  • Burzinmeher/Buzargmeher: Exalted love, great friendship

Pe (پ)[edit]

BOY

  • Parham:
  • Payam: Good message
  • Parsa: Name of a holy Zoroastrian
  • Pooya/Pouya: Dynamic
  • Pooyan/Pouyan: Spirit
  • Parvis: A character in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh
  • Pasha: A Turkish name for Lord - From Persian Padshah (King)
  • Payman: Covenant, promise, contract
  • Peyvand: Union
  • Poriya/Poria: Name of mythical Persian Warrior
  • Pezhman/Pejam: Name of Great
  • Pedram: Invincible

Te (ت)[edit]

BOY

  • Tahmasp: A Persian King
  • Thraetona: A Pishdadian King

Se (ث)[edit]

BOY

(ث) is not an original persian letter

Jim (ج)[edit]

BOY

  • Jahangir
  • Jamshid: A person who people cluster around; a character in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh, a king

Che (چ)[edit]

BOY

  • Chubin: Having a wooden mace, club, or bat; nickname of the famous General Bahram of King Khusru Parvez who used a wooden club

He (ح)[edit]

BOY

  • Houshyar: Clever

Khe (خ)[edit]

BOY

  • Khosrow: The name of a Sassanid emperor
  • Kiumars:

Dal (د)[edit]

BOY

  • Dara: Wealthy, also a character in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh
  • Darab:
  • Dariush/Darius: Name of a Persian king
  • Dariyan / Daryan: A village in north-western Iran
  • Delawar: A person who devote his/her heart, particularly to the loved ones; a very brave person in the battlefield whose presence encourages the rest

Zal (ذ)[edit]

BOY

(ذ) is not an original persian letter

Re (ر)[edit]

BOY

  • Ramin: Old Zoroastrian name, featured in "Vis and Ramin"; joyful
  • Rambod: Peace guard and pacifist
  • Rostam:
  • Rouzbeh: Fortunate, lucky (literally 'good day')
  • Radin: young man

Ze (ز)[edit]

BOY

  • Zartosht: Zoroaster

Zhe (ژ)[edit]

  • Zhubin: ژوبين Spear; Swift. Derived from Sanskrit 'jubeen,' by way of Hindi 'zubin'

Sin (س)[edit]

BOY

  • Saam: Zal's father in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh-Rostam's grandfather
  • Sahand
  • Sasan: Father of Ardeshir the founder of Sassanid dynasty
  • Sepehr: the sky
  • Siamak: Black haired Boy, Bringer of Joy, Great Empreror, A character in Shahnameh (Kiumars' son)
  • Siroos: The first king of the Persian Empire. The English equivalent is Cyrus
  • Sohrab: Son of Rostam the hero of the epic story Shahnameh
  • Soroush: Messenger; angel

Shin (ش)[edit]

BOY

  • Shapoor: The son of the King
  • Shahriar: Protector of the Kingdom. From ancient Persian Xashtra meaning kingdom + Tar meaning protector.
  • Shaya: From "Shayesteh" meaning "worthy"
  • Shayan:
  • Shervin: Everlasting or eternal soul; also the legendary Persian knight ('The legendary Persian knight' was the angel of darkness that represented the Persian world power) and the name of several ancient (legendary) kings.

Sad (ص)[edit]

BOY

(ص) is not an original persian letter

Zad (ض)[edit]

BOY

(ض) is not an original persian letter

Ta (ط)[edit]

BOY

(ط) is not and original persian letter

Za (ظ)[edit]

BOY

(ظ) is not an original persian letter

Ayn (ع)[edit]

BOY

(ع) is not an original persian letter

Ghayn (غ)[edit]

BOY

(غ) is not an original persian letter

Fe (ف)[edit]

BOY

  • Faramarz: Without limit; a character in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh
  • Faraz:
  • Farbod: An ancient Persian figure known to be the keeper or protector of glory. "Farbod" is mistakenly referenced on certain internet sites as meaning "right" or "orthodox." Rather, it is a name dating back to before the Arabic invasion of the Persian empire. Many Iranian families gave this name to their male children after the Iranian revolution as a statement of resistance to the Islamic regime.
  • Fardin:
  • Faredun/Faridoon/Fereydoon: Pahl. Fretan; Av. Thraeraona meaning thrice strong; famous king of Iran, who killed Zohak
  • Farhad: A character in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh
  • Farhang:
  • Fariborz:
  • Farid: Unique, precious
  • Farkhan: Big king, Farkhaneh; behaving with propriety
  • Farnian:
  • Farokh:
  • Farshad:
  • Farshid:
  • Farzad:Born in Farvardin (Persian month)
  • Farzin: literally "he who the law has great distaste for", or "man of great speed"
  • Firuwz: Victorious
  • Foroud:
  • Faryar: Best friend
  • Freyja: Daughter of Manutschehr, Pischdadian King of Ancient Persia
  • Freydun: The great Old Iranian Arch-Father that divided whole the world into three part

Qaf (ق)[edit]

BOY

Kaf (ک)[edit]

BOY

  • Kambiz: Fortunate
  • Kamiar/Kamyar: Successful in life
  • Kamran: Successful in every undertaking; name of a learned Zoroastrian of Shiraz. The English name Cameron, though similar sounding, comes from the Gaelic for "bent nose" - "cam" = bent, "sron" = nose
  • Kaveh: A character in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh
  • Kaykavus: A Kiani King
  • Keyon: Persian King
  • Keyvan or Keivan/Kaivan/Kayvon/etc: Saturn; a star
  • Kian: The second dynasty of the Iranian empire
  • Kianoosh or Kianoush/Kiyanoosh/etc: A character in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh
  • Kiarash:king like/kia means king and the second part rash can be translated to like
  • Kurosh or koorosh: Cyrus
  • Kasra:

Gaf (گ)[edit]

BOY

  • Gashtasb:

Garshsb

Lam (ل)[edit]

BOY

Mim (م)[edit]

BOY

  • Mani: Someone who will stay forever - A Persian Prophet
  • Manuchahr: A hero from the Shahnameh of Ferdowsi
  • Mazdak: A Persian Prophet
  • Maziar/Maziyar: Name of an ancient Persian warrior who thwarted many Arab invading armies until he was betrayed by his brother. On the day of his execution he drank poison to save his pride. Many Persians consider him a national hero.
  • Mehran
  • Mehrdad: Gift of the sun

Nun (ن)[edit]

BOY

  • Nader: rare
  • Nami: Famous
  • Nariman
  • Nikon: name from Shahnameh
  • Nikrad: good noble man
  • Nimâ: An old Iranian Tabari name, pen name of the great poet Nimâ Yushij, Just, Fair

Vaav (و)[edit]

BOY

  • Vandad:

He (ه)[edit]

BOY

  • Hadish: Heaven, Khashayar's palace in Persepolis
  • Houman: Enormous guarding mountain; ancient Persian God of
  • Hurang: Color of misfortune. The encrypted name of Ahriman (Angra Mainyu)
  • Horang: The one who brings Misfortune to your civilization.

Ye (ی)[edit]

BOY

Girls[edit]

Alef (الف)[edit]

GIRL

  • Ahu, Ahoo آهو: Female deer.
  • Alaaleh آلاله: Buttercup flower.
  • Amitis: Wise friend; Shahbanu of Iran, daughter of Astiak Shah of Mad (The Median King), Wife of Cyrus the Great
  • Amstrida / Amstreeda: Daughter of Ardeshir II (Artaxerxes II)
  • Anahita: Angel of water & rain, clean, innocent
  • Anahid: Variation of Anahita
  • Andia: Hope, wish
  • Anoosha: Immortal, Variation of Anosh (boys name)
  • Arezou: Wish, hope, desire, ideal
  • Armita:Righteous, virtuous, good
  • Aryames: Achaemenid name, A princess from Alexander's time
  • Asana: Calmness
  • Asatira / Asatyra: Angel of calmness, (Wife of Darius III)
  • Atosa / Atousa: Daughter of Cyrus, Daughter of Ardeshir II (Artaxerxes II)
  • Ava: A fulfilling sound or voice
  • Aydina: Joyous, glad, blissful.
  • Azadeh: Free, unbounded
  • Afareen: Praise; also means to create
  • AfsAneh: A fairy tale
  • Afsar: Crown
  • AfshAn: To sprinkle
  • Afsoon: Charm, spell, bewitchment
  • Ahou/Ahoo: Deer
  • Alaleh: A flower
  • Anahita: Goddess of water
  • Anusheh/anoosheh: Happy, fortunate
  • Ara: Ornament, decoration
  • Arezuw: Wish
  • Asa: Like, similar to
  • Asal: Honey
  • Atoosa: Name of an Iranian princess
  • Azadeh: Free
  • Azin: Accessories (usually jewelry)
  • Azita: Name of an Iranian princess
  • Azar: Fire, 9th month of the Iranian calendar
  • Azarin: Golden
  • Azin:

Be (ب)[edit]

GIRL

  • Banafshe: Pansy; Violet (flower)
  • Bahar: Spring (season)
  • Bahare:
  • Baharak: Small Spring (season)
  • Bahareh: Someone who brings the spring (or a sprint flower)
  • Bahamin/Bahameen: Spring
  • Banou: Lady
  • Behbaha: Best price
  • Behdis:
  • Behdokht: Best girl
  • Behfar: Good class
  • Behgol: Good flower
  • Behnaz: Best coquetry
  • Behnoosh: Good drink
  • Behrokh: Best face
  • Bita: Unique;peerless
  • Bolour: Crystal
  • Bousseh: Kiss

Pe (پ)[edit]

GIRL

  • Parastoo: Swallow
  • Pari: Fairy; nymph; extremely benevolent genie
  • Parisa: (from pari fairy + Saa attributive suffix) Beautiful and benevolent as a fairy.
  • Parivash: Beautiful and benevolent as a fairy (from pari fairy + vash attributive suffix)
  • Parvane: Butterfly, fearless
  • Parvin:
  • Parya:
  • Pegah: Early morning's light
  • Peroshad:
  • Persia: Persia (is now called Iran)
  • Panthea: The most beautiful woman of the Persian Emipire. Cyrus the Great admired her for her beauty. Also means "Everything Is Always God"
  • Pooneh:
  • Pooran:
  • Poorandokht:

Te (ت)[edit]

GIRL'

  • Taraneh: Song

Se (ث)[edit]

GIRL

(ث) is not an original persian letter

Jim (ج)[edit]

GIRL

  • Jeiran: Gazelle, deer

Che (چ)[edit]

GIRL

He (ح)[edit]

GIRL

  • Hoda:
  • Homa: A mythical bird in Persian mythology. The person on whom Homa sat became king of Persia

Khe (خ)[edit]

GIRL

  • Khatere Arabic in origin: Memory
  • Khandan:

Dal (د)[edit]

GIRL

  • Dana:
  • Darya: Ocean
  • Delbar:
  • Delkesh:
  • Donya: World
  • Delnaz: Sweetheart, beloved

Zal (ذ)[edit]

GIRL

(ذ) is not an original persian letter

Re (ر)[edit]

GIRL

  • Ramesh:
  • Rozhave:
  • Roshanak: Luminous beauty
  • Rasa:
  • Roya: A precious dream
  • Roxana: Persian princess
  • Rudabeh: Symbol of beauty, Shining Child, the quintessential first lady of Persian literature

Ze (ز)[edit]

GIRL

  • Zar: Golden
  • Zarbanoo: Lady of go

Zhe (ژ)[edit]

GIRL

  • Zhaleh: ژاله Dew.

Sin (س)[edit]

GIRL

  • Samirah
  • Sanaz: Name of flower
  • Sara: Calm, Peaceful
  • Saphidah: Dawn
  • Seema : Countenance
  • Setareh: Star
  • Soosan/Susan: Name of a flower
  • Sudabah:

Shin (ش)[edit]

GIRL

  • Shadi: Happiness
  • Shahrzad: Born from the city
  • Shervin/Sherveen/Shervin Dokht (feminine form): Eternal Soul, Brave
  • Shirin: Sweet
  • Sheyda: Someone who is lovesick, in love

Sad (ص)[edit]

GIRL

(ص) is not an original persian letter

Zad (ض)[edit]

GIRL

(ض) is not an original persian letter

Ta (ط)[edit]

GIRL

(ط) is not an original persian letter

Za (ظ)[edit]

GIRL

(ظ) is not an original persian letter

Ayn (ع)[edit]

GIRL

(ع) is not an original persian letter

Ghayn (غ)[edit]

GIRL

(غ) is not an original persian letter

Fe (ف)[edit]

GIRL

  • Fariba: Someone who plays tricks on people, or cast a spell with her beauty
  • Farihtah: Angel
  • Firuzah: Turquoise
  • Farah: Joy, happiness, cheerfulness
  • Farahnaz: Joy
  • Farangis: A female character in Shahnameh
  • Fariba: Charming, enticing
  • Farideh: Unique, precious
  • Farkhondeh: Happy, joyous
  • Farrin: Glorified
  • Farzaneh: Wise
  • Faranak: A character in Shahnameh, Fereidoun's mother
  • Farnaz: Splendid coquetry, glorious coquetry
  • Farishtah: Angel
  • Fila: Lover
  • Firuzah/Firuwzah: Turquoise
  • Fojan/Fozhan: A loud voice or sound
  • Forouzan: Shining
  • Forouzandeh: Shining

Qaf (ق)[edit]

GIRL

Kaf (ک)[edit]

GIRL

  • Katayun/Katayun: A character in Shahnameh

Gaf (گ)[edit]

GIRL

  • Giti: Universe
  • Golsa: Like flower
  • Golbarg: Petal
  • Golrokh: Flower Face
  • GOlnar: Fire Flower
  • Gelareh: Eyes

Lam (ل)[edit]

GIRL

  • Ladan: Flowers
  • Laleh: Tulip
  • Lida:
  • Linda:
  • Layah: The first flowers of spring.

Mim (م)[edit]

GIRL

  • Mahdokht: Daughter of the moon
  • Mahzad (مهزاد): Born of the sun
  • Maryam: Mary, mother of Jesus; a flower
  • Marjan: (from Arabic) Coral
  • Mehri
  • Mina Flower
  • Minoo: Heaven, Firmament; Afterworld; Paradise
  • Mitra: (Mitr in Pahlavi, Mitra in Sanskrit, Mehr/Meher in Avesta, Mithras in Latin) Indo-Iranian goddess of sun in pre-Zoroastrian era and an angel in post-Zoroastrian era who attends provisions of the 7th Iranian month of Mehr.

Nun (ن)[edit]

GIRL

  • Nahid: Name of 2nd planet from sun.=Anahita(Goddess of sun)
  • Nazanin
  • Negar: Sweet heart
  • Negin: Precious jewel
  • Nushin: Sweetness
  • Nyousha: Who listen very careful
  • Niloofar: Flower, Lilies

Vaav (و)[edit]

GIRL

  • Vida:

He (ه)[edit]

GIRL

  • Helya: Sunshine
  • Haleh: Halo
  • Hayla: Bird, Merlin

Ye (ی)[edit]

GIRL

See also[edit]