Mehmed

Mehmed (modern Turkish: Mehmet) is the most common Turkish form of the Arabic name Muhammad (Muhammed and Muhammet are also used, though considerably less) and gains its significance from being the name of Muhammad, the prophet of Islam. Originally the intermediary vowels in the Arabic Muhammed were completed with an e, which spelled Mehemed, and ...
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Mehmed

(from the article `Dnishmend dynasty`) ...al-Mustarshid and Sanjar, the Seljuq sultan of Iraq-Iran, rewarded Gazi for his victories over the Christians by granting him the title of malik ...
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Mehmed

(from the article `Eref Dynasty`) Süleyman`s son Mehmed captured Akehir and Bolvadin and in 1314 accepted Il-Khanid (western Mongol) suzerainty. He was succeeded by his son Süleyman ...
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Mehmed

Mehmed or Mehmet.For persons thus named, use Muhammad.
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