Melodious Tatar names for the girl - what they mean and how they choose
Muslims choose a name for their child withspecial care. Most of them believe that the future destiny of a person largely depends on him. It is for this reason that the name should not only sound beautiful (which is also important), but also give its owner some kind of positive quality.
In Soviet times, we met quite oftenCrimean Tatar names of girls created artificially under the influence of communist ideas. For example, Lennie literally means "Lenin is", Lemaire - "Lenin, Marx", Zarema - "for the revolution of the world", Elmar - "Engels, Lenin, Marx." There are a lot of other not very successful examples. Years later, they were so tightly integrated into the culture of Soviet Muslims that even now, when the communist government and its influence on the lives of citizens are long behind, they continue to be called children, not only in the Crimea, but throughout the post-Soviet space. In principle, a similar situation was observed in other peoples of the USSR. One Dazdruperma (long live May 1) is worth it.
It is unlikely that anyone will be surprised if they learn that the Russianthe girl was called Alsou (very beautiful) or Jasmine (in honor of the flower), not to mention Lily (white tulip) or Louise (glorious battle). Undoubtedly, in this case the decisive role in the choice is played not by the very meaning of the word, but by the beauty of the sound.
Choosing Tatar names for the girl,brought up in a non-Muslim family, you need to take into account certain nuances. Do not dwell on the first available version, taking into account only its sound. Be sure to ask the meaning of this name, because it can really affect a child's life, even indirectly. For example, calling the girl Dzhusama (sounds good, but in translation means "nightmare"), you can condemn her to numerous insults in childhood and adolescence, which can affect the mental health of the child. You should also take into account the sound taking into account the phonetic features of the native language. For example, the name Bizyak for Tatars, perhaps, sounds beautiful (means "pattern"), but, for example, for the Russian language is not entirely acceptable and even rude. Therefore, before making a final choice, one should think well, consult with relatives and analyze the possible consequences. Do not risk the fate of the child, blindly following the fashion trend or calling it the name of your favorite hero from the television series.