133 Most Popular Uzbek Baby Names For Girls And Boys

The country of Uzbekistan in Central Asia is known for its tradition, heritage, architecture, and ancient cities. With Turkish speakers settled all over the country, the Uzbek language takes its inspiration from Turkish. That is why you would find most of the Uzbek baby names resemble Turkish names. The Turkish speakers settled in Uzbekistan between 600 and 700 AD. They have structured and developed the Uzbek language, explaining why Uzbek and Turkic share similar sounds and syntax. Persians and Russians also influence the Uzbek language. We have listed many Uzbek baby names for girls and boys in this post. Uzbek’s collective inspiration from the neighboring countries is evident in this baby’s list. You may notice many common Russian, Turkish and Persian baby names in this list and a few Hebrew and Christian names. Read on to understand the significance and find the right Uzbek name for your baby and also to have a peek at its history through these famous monikers.

Uzbek Baby Names For Boys

1. Abdulaziz

This traditional Muslim girl’s name in modern usage means ‘servant of the Almighty’.

2. Adam

The Biblical name, meaning ‘the red earth’, refers to the red earth of the Eden from which Adam was created.

3. Adham

Adham is the Slavic version of the name Adam, meaning ‘son of the red earth’. This moniker freshens up the original like no other.

4. Akbar

The name of the greatest Indian king and plenty of Indian restaurants, Akbar means ‘greatest’.

5. Akmal

Akmal, meaning ‘complete or perfect’, is the 45th most popular baby boy name in Uzbekistan.

6. Akram

Pakistani cricketer Wasim Akram contributed to the rise in popularity of this name, meaning ‘generosity.’

7. Alisher

This Uzbek name is a combination of Ali, which means ‘lofty’, and Sher, which means ‘lion. A boy with this name is sure to grow up into a brave lad.

8. Ansar

Uzbek baby name Ansar is an Islamic term for the inhabitants of Madina, who took Prophet Muhammad and his followers into their homes.

9. Azamat

Azamat, meaning ‘grandeur and pride’, would make an extravagant name for your baby boy.

10. Aziz

This traditional Arabic name, found throughout the Middle Eastern countries is one of the 99 names of Allah. Aziz means ‘powerful and beloved’.

11. Babor

Babor, Uzbek baby names for boys

Babor, a form of Urdu name Babur, is most familiar because of the first Indian Moghul ruler. It means ‘tiger’.

12. Bahadur

Parents who want their son to grow up into a strong and brave young man should keep Bahadur on their list. It means ‘brave and bold’.

13. Bilol

Most of the Uzbek parents are attracted to this name because of the ‘ol’ ending. Bilol means ‘First Muezzin’.

14. Carlos

This Spanish form of Charles is popular within the Hispanic communities residing in Uzbekistan.

15. Dalton

This English origin name with multifaceted appeal means ‘the settlement in the valley’.

16. Edel

This German origin name, meaning ‘noble’, is not used much independently. It’s mostly used as a hyphenated name.

17. Elman

Straight, strong, and leafy Elman, meaning ‘elm tree’, is one of the latest tree names on the baby name list.

18. Farhod

Farhod is originally a form of Persian name Farhad, which means ‘elation or happiness’.

19. Farrukh

Farrukh, a variant of the name Farouk, is renowned for its association with the last king of Egypt. It means ‘person who can tell right from wrong’.

20. Gabriel

In the Old Testament, Gabriel was the archangel, who is also viewed as the messenger of God. The name Gabriel means ‘strong man of God’.

21. Hawthorne

Nathaniel Hawthorne, the American author, put this name above most of the other last names as first names. Hawthorne means ‘lives where hawthorn hedges grow’.

22. Hidayat

Hidayat, meaning ‘guidance or instruction’, would make an inspiring name for your son.

23. Hilol

Hilol, meaning ‘wave of joy’, would spread utmost joy and happiness in your child’s life.

24. Husan

Husan, the Uzbek form of Hasan, is one of the most familiar Arabic names.

25. Ibroxim

Ibroxim is a form of the Arabic name Ibrahim and means ‘father of the multitudes’. It has been climbing the charts ever since its debut.

26. Izel

Since each child is unique in their own way, why not give them a name meaning same? Izel means ‘unique’.

27. Izzat

Despite being widely in use, Izzat has the charm of a foreigner. Izzat means ‘glory and respect’.

28. Jafar

This name, meaning ‘flowing’, reminds us of the antagonist from Disney’s “Aladdin” movie.

29. Jaloliddin

Strong and likable Jaloliddin is the Arabic version of Jalaluddin and means ‘glory of the faith’.

30. James

A name as old as James is stylish even today and shows the power of a classic name. James means ‘supplanter’.

31. Jamshid

Jamshid is the Uzbek form of the Arabic name Jamshed and means ‘bright or radiant twin’.

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32. Jasur

Jasur is an appealing and bouncy moniker, meaning ‘one of great courage’.

33. Java

Java, an Indonesian name, meaning ‘home or distant’, has always been one of the top 50 baby boy names in Uzbekistan.

34. Kobe

Kobe, Uzbek baby names for boys

This energetic Swahili name, meaning ‘tortoise’, is the fifth most popular name in Uzbekistan.

35. Lars

Lars is the Scandinavian variant of the name Laurentius and means ‘crowned with laurel’.

36. Makhmud

This preppy and colorful form of Mahmud has several popular bearers, including Aliev Makhmud, the fighter. Makhmud means ‘praiseworthy’.

37. Makhsudbek

Makhsudbek is an Uzbek form of Maqsood and means ‘intended and proposed’.

38. Mansur

The name Mansur is considered attractive because of its meaning ‘the one who is victorious’.

39. Marcel

Marcel, meaning ‘dedicated to’ Mars’, is on the brink of renaissance in Uzbekistan.

40. Mardon

Mardon, meaning ‘from the valley of the pool’, is heard often in Uzbekistan to sound friendly and familiar.

41. Max

Max, a diminutive of Maximilian, meaning ‘greatest’, is used as a standalone name in Uzbekistan.

42. Mohsin

Mohsin is an Arabic name quite well used in Uzbekistan. It means ‘brave’.

43. Muazzam

Muazzam is the Uzbek term for the head of the mosque or priest. The name means ‘magnified or respected’.

44. Muhammadjon

Muhammadjon is the Uzbek version of Muhammad Jan or Jan Muhammad and means ‘praiseworthy soul’.

45. Muzaffar

Ensure that your son is triumphant in whatever he does by naming him Muzaffar, which means ‘victorious’.

46. Naim

Naim is either derived from a Hebrew word meaning ‘pleasant’ or Arabic word meaning ‘tranquil’. This rhythmic name is the top 200 names in France.

47. Naufal

Naufal sounds very pleasant to the ears. It means ‘handsome benefactor’.

48. Panchito

Francis is cool, but if you want a truly unique name meaning ‘free man’ go for Uzbek name Panchito.

49. Qamar


Qamar is a supremely popular baby boy name, derived from Arabic origins. It means ‘moon’.

50. Raphael

In the Old Testament, Raphael is the name of a major archangel. Raphael has its roots in the Hebrew language and means ‘God is healer’.

51. Rashid

Rashid is one of the most popular Arabic names in English speaking countries. It means ‘righteous’.

52. Ruslan

This Uzbek name is originally a form of Yeruslan, meaning ‘lion’. This name was used by Aleksandr Pushkin in his poem ‘Ruslan and Ludmila’.

53. Rustam

Rustam is the Uzbek form of Rostam, the name of a warrior hero in Persian legend. His tale was recorded in Shahnameh by Persian poet Firdausi. Rustam means ‘tall, strong, and free man’.

54. Sarvar

Rarely do we come across a decent ‘ar’ ending name. Sarvar means ‘chief or leader’.

55. Shahram

Shahram is an elaborate Uzbek name, meaning ‘the people of the city listen to him’.

56. Sohail

Baby name Sohail, meaning ‘second brightest star in the sky’ would make a vibrant name for your son.

57. Stephen

Stephen is a well-used and fashionable classic name, meaning ‘crown’.

58. Sufian

Sufian is either derived from the Arabic word ‘safa’, which means ‘pure’, or the Arabic word ‘suf’, which means ‘wool’. A notable bearer of this name is Sufjan Stevens, an American musician.

59. Sunnat

Sunnat is an Arabic term which stands for the record of deeds, teachings, and sayings of Prophet Muhammad.

60. Timothy

This New Testament, second tier, classic keeps moving in and out of fashion. Timothy means ‘honoring God’.

61. Timur

This Uzbek moniker is derived from the Turkic name Temur, which means ‘iron’. It was the name of a 14th century Turkic leader who conquered several regions of Western Asia.

62. Tom

Tom, meaning ‘twin’, is a simple and well-liked name.

63. Tyler

Tyler is an English occupational name, meaning ‘maker of tiles’.

64. Umid

This short, but meaningful moniker is a form of Urdu name Ummeed, which means ‘hope’.

65. Vlad

Vlad is the short form of the Russian Vladimir, meaning ‘to rule’.

66. Walid

This moniker, meaning ‘newborn’, is generally used to honor the Ummayid Caliph, Al-Walid the first, who’s renowned for conquering Spain.

Uzbek Baby Names For Girls

67. Aida

This melodic Arabic name, meaning ‘happy’, is famous for its association with the Ethiopian princess in the Verdi opera, who dies saving her people.

68. Aila

Those who want their daughter’s life to illuminate like moon can consider the name Aila, which means ‘moon’.

69. Aisara

Baby name meaning moon or inspired by the moon is quite popular among Uzbek parents. Once such name is Aisara, which means ‘a woman as beautiful as the moon’.

70. Ajva

Ajva, pronounced as Iva, is an Uzbek term for ‘quince fruit’. This moniker manages to be sassy without going over the top.

71. Albina

Albina, meaning ‘white’, is a sleeker and usable Uzbek baby name. It can make a long form for daughters you want to call Bina.

72. Alchira

Alchira, meaning ‘rosy-cheeked’, is a quintessential and stylish Uzbek baby girl name.

73. Alina

Alina, meaning ‘scarlet’, in Uzbek language would make a nice alternative to the classic name Helen. Apart from Uzbekistan, Alina is well used in Russia, Poland, and Germany as well.

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74. Alsu

Alsu, Uzbek baby names for girls

Since most girls, if not all, love the shade pink, why not take inspiration for naming your daughter from the same? Alsu is an Uzbek name, meaning ‘pink’.

75. Amina

This moniker of Prophet Mouhammad’s mother is used by Muslim families everywhere across the world, including Uzbekistan. Amina is a popular Islamic girl’s name that means ‘trustworthy, faithful’.

76. Anira

This refined name, meaning ‘light’ would make a lovely and exotic alternative to Nora and even Eleanora for that matter.

77. Anora

This noble name is presumed to be a twist on the name Honor. But it’s a standalone Persian origin name, meaning ‘pomegranate’. It comes with the beautiful nickname option, Nora.

78. Ashura

Ashura, the name of Islamic month, is an unusual moniker with a stylish and silky feel.

79. Azadija

This inspiring name is derived from the Persian word Azad, which means ‘freedom’. Just keep in mind that ‘j’ in this name is pronounced as ‘y’.

80. Bibidana

The name Bibidana, meaning ‘only daughter,’ is generally given to baby girls who are the only daughters in the family.

81. Chinara

If you want to give a nature-inspired name to your child, take a look at Chinara, the Persian word for sycamore tree. This name is known for its uniqueness.

82. Dana

This name, also found in both Scandinavian and Celtic mythology with different meanings, is used in Uzbek too, where it means ‘wise.’

83. Darisa

If you want your daughter to educate the masses when she grows up, you can name her Darisa, which means ‘teacher’.

84. Daruna

Daruna, meaning ‘heart and soul’, is one of the most desirable Uzbek baby girl names, possibly because of its lovely etymology.

85. Dilara

Dilara, meaning ‘sweetheart’, drips with sweetness. If you’re feeling apprehensive using it as a first name, you can consider it as a pet name.

86. Diliya

Diliya, meaning ‘heart’, was once rarely heard outside the Uzbek community. But since the love for D-starting names is getting stronger in America, this could, as well, change.

87. Durdona

If you’re seeking an uncommon gemstone inspired name for your little princess, take a look at Durdona, a beautiful Uzbek name, meaning ‘pearl’.

88. Feruza

Feruza, meaning ‘turquoise,’ is one of least used and most beautiful color-inspired names. Two popular spelling variations include Firuza and Feroza.

89. Florida

Florida, a popular place name, is the ninth most popular female gender name in Uzbekistan. It means ‘flowery.’

90. Friend

As weird as it may sound, Friend is the second most popular name for girls in Uzbekistan. We feel it will make a sociable middle name.

91. Gabriella

Gabriella, the feminine form of Gabriel, is also used widely by the Uzbeks. The short form Gaby would make a perfect nickname. Gabriella means ‘strong man of God’.

92. Guldasta

Make your daughter’s life smell like fresh flowers by naming her Guldasta, which means ‘rose or flower bouquet’. Guli, which also means ‘rose’ would make a cute nickname for Guldasta.

93. Gulisa

Just like moon, even rose is a favorite word of the Uzbek people. Gulisa, meaning ‘rose fragrance’, can be considered if you want a floral name for your daughter.

94. Gulnora

This beautiful floral moniker originates from the Persian word ‘gol’, which means ‘flower’, and anar, which means ‘pomegranate’. Hence, the name means ‘pomegranate flower’.

95. Holly

Holly, an English nature name, is usually chosen for girls born during Christmas. This beautiful name evokes images of a shrub with bright berries and green leaves.

96. Indira

Even we were surprised to know that Uzbeks borrow Indian names. This Sanskrit origin name, meaning ‘beauty’, has an exotic and modern feel to it.

97. Kamara

Kamara is the feminine version of the Arabic name Qamar. It means ‘moon’.

98. Larisa

This moniker is a Greek nymph used widely in Russia, from where it was transported to Uzbekistan. Larisa means ‘citadel’.

99. Leila

We just cannot get enough of this gorgeous Arabic name, meaning ‘light’. Its alternative is Layla.

100. Lena

Lena is usually considered a pet form of Helena, but it’s also the name of a Siberian river, which inspired Uzbek people to use this name for their baby girls.

101. Liana

This beautiful and graceful name is actually associated with a ‘tropical vine’. It will fit well with current favorites such as Eliana and Juliana.

102. Lola

Lola is generally considered a diminutive of Dolores, but in Uzbekistan, this short and sweet name means ‘tulip’.

103. Madina

No, we’re not talking about the Spanish variation of Madeline. This Uzbek name refers to the holy city of Saudi Arabia.

104. Madison

Madison has risen through the ranks in Uzbekistan and is currently the fourth most popular baby girl name. It means ‘son of Maud’.

105. Maimouna

Maimouna is the name of one of the wives of Prophet Muhammed. It’s derived from the Arabic word ‘meymewn’, which means ‘auspicious’.

106. Maviya

Maviya is used for baby boys in India, but in Uzbek, it’s reserved for girls. The meaning of this name is unclear.

107. Nargiza

Nargiza means daffodil

Nargiza is the Uzbek form of Nargiz and means ‘daffodil’. It may seem extreme to English ears, but it’s given to hundreds of girls every year in Uzbekistan.

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108. Nasrin

This lilting Persian name originates from the Persian word for wild rose. There was a time when it was restricted to the Persian empire, but is now heard all over the world. You can even consider its Maghrebin form, Nesrine, which is the 248th most popular female name in France.

109. Nilufer

Nilufer is a Muslim origin name, meaning ‘water lily’. English-speaking readers can consider Nilufer as a lovely and uncommon alternative to Jennifer.

110. Olma

If Gwyneth Paltrow can choose Apple for her daughter, then why can’t you use Olma, an understated version of this wholesome fruit? Olma means ‘apple’ in Uzbek language.

111. Ona

This ‘o’ beginning name comes packed with loads of oomph. It means ‘lamb’ in Latin and ‘mother’ is Uzbek language.

112. Parizoda

Parizoda is the Uzbek version of Persian name Parisad, which means ‘fairy face’.

113. Saffiya

Arabic name Saffiya, meaning ‘pure’, was borne by a Jewish-Bedouin woman, Saffiya Bint Huyayy, who converted to Islam and married Prophet Muhammad. It’s spelling variations include Safiya and Safiye.

114. Sakina

This name, derived from the Arabic word ‘sukun’, appears in the Quran as the name of an attribute which fell on Prophet Muhammed and his followers when they entered Mecca. Sakina means ‘peace, tranquility’.

115. Samia

Kathy Najimy, famous actress and comedienne, bestowed this beautiful name upon her daughter. And it has been popular ever since. Samia is the feminine form of Sami and means ‘elevated’.

116. Shahlo

Shalo, meaning ‘blue dye’, would make an interesting first or last naming option for parents involved with arts.

117. Shahnoza

This moniker, meaning ‘pride of the king’, comes from Persian elements ‘shah’, meaning ‘king’ and ‘naz’, meaning ‘pride’.

118. Shirin

Shirin may be a unisex name in the US, but in Uzbekistan, it’s strictly a female name. You can pronounce this name either as Sheer-een or Sheer-In.

119. Tahmina

Tahmina is an Old-Persian name, but is used in large numbers in Uzbekistan. We loved its etymology ‘strong woman’ a lot.

120. Umida

Umida is the feminine form of Umid and means ‘hope’. We think it’s a lovely name to remind your daughter of the hopes you’ve placed on her.

121. Varida

If you want to incorporate rose in your little girl’s name without naming her that, you can consider Varida, an Uzbek name, meaning ‘rose’.

122. Vilada

The name Vilada, meaning ‘of light appearance’, is generally given to girls born with blue eyes.

123. Yulduz

Move aside Stella. It’s time for Yulduz to be in the spotlight. The name Yulduz means ‘star’.

124. Zamfira

Zamfira, meaning ‘sapphire’, is a lush and lovely Uzbek name for your baby girl.

125. Zamina

Zamina, meaning ‘earth or soil’, originates from the Urdu language. The vowel ending makes it extremely appealing.

126. Zana

Zana is the Polish version of Jane used by the Christian population residing in Uzbekistan. It means God’s gracious gift’.

127. Zara

This evocative name, which was once used for sensual characters from the East, is one of the most popular names of Uzbekistan. Zara means ‘princess’.

128. Zarina

This Persian origin name Zarina, meaning ‘a golden vessel’, is just perfect for our little czarina.

129. Zarya

Zarya is a lovely name with several meanings. In Uzbek, it means ‘dawn’ and in Slavic mythology, it’s associated with the water priestess.

130. Zeb

Zeb is a short, sweet and to the point name, meaning ‘beauty’ is Uzbek. The laidback aura of this name will surely appeal our American readers.

131. Zinira

One of our favorite names in this list. Zinira is obtained from the Quran and means ‘radiant’.

132. Zulnara

If your daughter is born with the fire sign, you can name her Zulnara, an Uzbekistan girl name, meaning ‘fire’.

133. Zumara

Parents who like keeping up with the society they live in, can name their daughters Zumara, an Uzbek girl name, meaning ‘society’.

We are sure that this list of Uzbek baby names will come in handy when you are in search of names that have a historical origin or have been around for centuries. A few of the names in this list have been modernized from their previous version and given a new form, but their roots remain the same. We have also included the meanings of each of the names to make the process of choosing easier for you according to your needs. So scroll through and choose the name that attracts your interest the most.

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When you have to choose a name for your baby, a few hundreds of names may not be just enough. Keep digging our mine of baby names until you find that one precious gem.

Key Pointers

  • Uzbek baby names are mostly inspired by Turkic sounds and syntax.
  • Some Uzbek names may also have Persian, Russian, Hebrew, and Christian roots.
  • Akbar, Gabriel, and Max are some of the most common boy names in Uzbekistan.
  • Girl’s names like Lola, Tahmina, and Zara are popular among new Uzbek parents.

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Article written by Baby Plumbing

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