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1. AGHGYUL
From Turkish aq "white" and Persian gul "rose" i.e. "white rose". It is a rare name now especially used in villages.
2. AZIZGYUL
From Arabian aziz "dear", "perfect" and Persian gul "rose" i.e. "perfect rose". Now it is a rare name.
3. BAKHCHAGYUL
From Persian bakhca "garden" and gul "rose" i.e. "garden rose". It is in use since XVII c. (in written sources). It is a rare name now.
4. DASTAGYUL
From Persian dasta "bunch" and gul "rose", "flower" i.e. "bunch". It is spread in Iran and Azerbaijan. The short form is Dasto. It is a rare name now mainly used in villages.
5. GULO
Is the diminutive form of the name Gyulizar (see Gyulizar). We also have the surname Guloyan.
6. GYULAB
From Persian gul "rose" and Arabian ab "water" i.e. "sweet-smelling", "fragrant". It is in use since XVII c. till now (also a male name).
7. GYULBAHAR
From Persian gul "rose" and bahar "spring" i.e. "spring rose". It is in use since XV c.
8. GYULIZAR
From Persian gul "rose" and Arabian izar "face", "glance" i.e. "rosy cheeks". It is in use since XVIII c. till now.
9. GYULNAR
From Persian gulnar "pomegranate flower" (gul "rose", "flower" + inar "pomegranate"). It is in use since XV c., which is often met in songs.
10. GYULNARA
From Persian gul "rose", "flower" + nar "pomegranate" i.e. "pomegranate flower". It is in use since 1930s due to Gegham Saryan's "Gyulnara" poem.
11. GYULPERI
From Persian name Gulperi (gul "rose", "flower" and peri "fairy"). It spread under the impression of Eastern tales in XVII c. till now.
12. NARA
Is a new name, which is the short form of the name Gyulnara or Narineh. It is spread now.
13. SARGYUL
From Persian sar "head" and gul "rose" i.e. "head of rose". Note that the Turkish name Sarigyul consists of sari "yellow" and gul "rose" i.e. "yellow rose". It is also possible that Sargyul is…
14. SAVGYUL
From Turkish sevgili "darling" which came through Turkish.
15. TAZAGYUL
From Persian taza "new", "fresh" and gul "rose" i.e. "fresh rose" which is in use since XVII c. till now esp. in villages. The short forms are Tazgyul, Tazo.
16. YAZGYUL
From Turkish yaz "summer" and Persian gul "rose" or "flower" i.e. "summer rose". It was very spread in XVII-XIX c., now forgotten.

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