PERSIAN AUTHORS OF ASIA MINOR PART 2

bibliography of major Persian authors of Asia Minor.

 

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[Şakir Ağa, Aḥmed (Šāker Āḡā, Aḥmad), (d. 1199/1785). The author of the Taqwim-e sāl-e 1185-1186 (OALT, I, pp. 499-500; DAF, VI, p. 494)].

Şakir, [Seyyid] Mehmed (Šāker, Sayyid Moḥammad), (d. 1252/1836). The commentator of Jāmi’s Bahārestān [under the title of Hadiyya al-ʿerfān]and the translator of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi [in verse-form] (Bursalı, II, p. 266; DAF, VI, p. 494).

Şâhidî, İbrahim Dede [b. Hüdâ’î Sâlih] (Šāhedi, Ebrāhim Dede b. Ḵodāʾi Ṣāleḥ), (d. 957/1550). [The author of the Toḥfa-ye Šāhedi, (Istanbul, 1275), Golšan-e asrār (ed. Nuri Şimşekler, 1998) and ʿEšq-nāma].He wrote a divān in Persian and a naẓira on the ḡazals of Ḥāfeẓ. [He also commentated Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnami and Saʿdi’s Golestān] (Süleymaniye Library, Hamidiyye, no. 1088; Bursalı, I, pp. 92-94; [Kartal, 1999, pp. 457-62; Mustafa Çıpan, 1985; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., VIII, pp. 65-66; DAF, VI, pp. 242-43, 495-96, 712-13]).

[Şah-seven (Šāh-savan). A Persian journal printed in Istanbul (DAF, VI, p. 498)].

Şah Ali, Alevî-i Bursevî (Šāh ʿAli, ʿAlawi Borsawi), (d. 9th/15th century). The translator of Neẓāmi’s Haft paykar (Bursalı, II, p. 304; [DAF, VI, p. 613]).

Şah Kasım b. Şeyh Mahdumî (Šāh Qāsem) b. Šaiḵ Maḵdumi), (d. 949/1542). Ottoman calligrapher, poet, scholar and writer of Iranian origin. He was from Tabriz (Šaqā’eq, p. 455; Sohrweide, 1965, p. 143; Sohrweide, 1970, p. 279; [Kartal, 1999, p. 455]).

Şah-kulu (Šāh-qoli), ([d. 10th/16th century]). Famous painter of Iranian origin. [He wrote poems in Persian] (Uzunçarşılı, II, p. 619; [B. Mahir, 1986, pp. 130; Kartal, 1999, pp. 449-50]).

Şah Mehmed b. Mübarek-i Kazvinî (Šāh Moḥammad b. Mobārak Qazwini), (d. 966/1557). Ottoman poet and physician of Iranian origin. [He wrote poems in Persian] (Majdi, p. 341; Sohrweide, 1970, pp. 266-67; [Kartal, 1999, p. 456; Meftāḥ-Wali, pp. 295-97; DAF, VI, pp. 498-99]).

[Şah-Mahmud b. Ebu Bekir-i Tihranî (Šāh-Maḥmud b. Abu Bakr Ṭehrāni), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian (DAF, VI, p. 499)].

[Şahî (Šāhi), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 456; DAF, VI, p. 506)].

[Şânî, Ahmed (Šāni, Aḥmad), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 462)].

[Şerhî, Abdü’l-Hüseyin (Šarḥi, ʿAbd-al-Ḥosayn), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 463)].

Şeref Han Bitlisî [b. Şemseddin b. Şeref Bey] (Ṣaraf Ḵān Beṭlisi b. Šams-al-Din b. Šaraf Bey), (d. 1012/1603-4). The author of the Šaraf-nāma ([Šaraf-nāma, ed. Vladimir Vélïaminof-Zernof, 2 vols., St. Petersburg, 1860-1862]; Storey, I, p. 367; [Storey/Bregel, II, pp. 1097-1100]; Bursalı, III, p. 72; [Cl. Huart, “Bidl^s^ (Sharaf Khan)”, in EI, I, p. 734; Bekir Kütükoğlu, in İA, XI, pp. 427-29; Said Naficy, in EI2, I, pp. 1208-1209; Erika Glassen, in EIr., IV, pp. 76-77; Afsāna Monfarid, in DJE, II, pp. 532-34; Manu≈ehr Pazašk, in DMBE, XI, pp. 574-75]).

Şerefeddin, Seyyid (Ṣaraf-al-Din, Seyyid), (d. 7th/13th century). Scholar who lived in Anatolia.

Şerefeddin b. Ali [b. Hacı İlyas b. Şaban], Sabuncuoğlu (Ṣaraf-al-Din b. ʿAli b. Ḥājji Elyās b. Šaʿbān, Ṣābuncioḡli, (d. 873/1468). The translator of Esmāʿil Jorjāni’s Ḏaḵira-ye Ḵʷārezmšāhi (Bursalı, III, p. 220; [DAF, VI, pp. 529-30]).

Şerefeddin-i Kürdî [or Šerefeddin Hüseynî-i Tebrizî] (Ṣaraf-al-Din Kordi or Šaraf-al-Din Ḥosayni Tabrizi]), (d. 1050/1640). [Ottoman historian of Iranian origin]. He wrote the Anfas al-aḵbār (Bursalı, III, p. 73; [DAF, VI, p. 511]).

[Şerif İbrahim Mâhir Efendi (Šarif Ebrāhim Māher Efendi), (d. 13th/19th century). The translator of the Kalila wa demna (Bursalı, II, p. 305)].

[Şerif Efendi b. Seyyid Mehmed b. Şeyh Burhaneddin (Šarif Efendi b. Sayyid Mohāmmad b. Šaiḵ Borḥān-al-Din), (d. 11th/17th century). The translator of the Masālek al-mamālek (OCLT, I, pp. 115-117)].

Şerifî-i Amidî, [Hüseyin b. Hasan b. Mehmed el-Hüseyin el-Hanefî] (Šarifi Āmedi, Ḥosayn b. Ḥasan b. Moḥammad al-Ḥosayni al-Ḥanafi), (d. 920/1514). The translator of Ferdowsi’s Šāh-nāma in verse-form. [(For autograph see Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi Library, Hazine, no. 1519/1-2, Karatay, Türkçe, II, pp. 58-59)]. (Bursalı, II, pp. 256-257; [ed. Kütüral-Beyreli, 4 vols., Ankara, 1999; A. Zajaczkowski, 1965; Idem, 1968, pp. 1-8; Idem, 1967, pp. 65-76; Idem, 1347/1968, pp. 357-365; N. Atasoy, 1968, pp. 151-158; B. Flemming, 1969, pp. 81-93; DAF, VI, pp. 504-505, 513-514]).

Şuʿurî [Efendi, Hasan b. Abdullah] (Šoʿuri Efendi, Ḥasan b. ʿAbd-Allāh), (d. 1105/1693). The author of the Farhang-e Šoʿuri [(Lesān al-ʿajam)], a Persian dictionary [(Istanbul, 1155)] [and the Żarb-al-maṯalhā-ye Fārsi. He also translated ʿAttār’s Pand-nāma in verse-form] (Bursalı, II, p. 261; [DAF, VI, pp. 515-16, 722-23]).

Şükrullah-ı Amasyevî [b. Şihabeddin Ahmed b. İmam Zeyneddin Zekî-i Rumî] (Šokr-Allāh Āmāsyawi b. Šahāb-al-Din Aḥmad b. Emām Zayn-al-Din Zaki Rumi), (d. 894/1488). The author of the Bahjat al-tawāriḵ [(ed. Ḡolām-Reża Sotuda, Ph.D. diss., Tehran University, Tehran, 1352/1973)] and the Menhaj al-rešād fi soluk al-ʿebād (Bursalı, I, p. 332; [A. Demiroğlu, in DİA, V, pp. 349-50; DAF, VI, pp. 515-16, 526; Özgüdenli, p. 412]).

Şükrullah-ı Şirvanî (Šokr-Allāh Širvāni, (d. 9th/15th century). The author of the Reyāż [al-ʿulum](Bursalı, I, p. 332; [DAF, VI, p. 423]).

[Şükrî (Šokri), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 465)].

[Şems (Šams). A Persian journal printed in Istanbul (DAF, VI, pp. 516-517)].

[Şemseddin Ahmed-i Cehromî (Šams-al-Din Aḥmad Jahromi), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman scholar of Iranian origin. He composed the Siyāsiyya for Sultan Selim I (1512-1520) (Riāḥi, p. 178; DAF, VI, p. 517)].

[Şemseddin Hamza b. Müeyyed-i Tugra’î (Šams-al-Din Ḥamza b. Mo’ayyed Ṭog3rāʾi), (d. 7th/13th century). He wrote robāʿis in Persian (Ebn Bibi, Turk. tr., I, p. 220; Riāḥi, p. 66)].

[Şemseddin Muhammed-i Isfahânî (Šams-al-Din Moḥammad Iṣfahāni), (d. 7th/13th century). Saljuq wazir and poet of Iranian origin. He wrote robāʿis in Persian (Ebn Bibi, Turk. tr., I, p. 221; II, pp. 108-114; Riāḥi, pp. 66-72; DAF, VI, pp. 518-519)].

Şemseddin-i Sivasî, [Ahmed b. Mehmed b. Ârif] (Šams-al-Din Sivāsi, Aḥmad b. Moḥammad b. ʿĀref), (d. 1006/1597). The translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Elahi-nāma [in verse-form], Pand-nāma [and Manṭeq al-ṭayr. He also wrote a Persian-Turkish dictionary](Bursalı, I, p. 95; DAF, VI, pp. 517-518).

[Şemsî (Šamsi), (d. after 919/1512). The translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Manteq al-ṭayr under the title of Deh-morḡ (Kartal, 1999, p. 153)].

[Şemsî (Šamsi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 462)].

Şemʿî, [Şemʿullah Mustafa b. Mehmed] (Šamʿi, Šemʿ-Allāh Moṣṭafā b. Moḥammad), (d. 1000/1591). The commentator of Ḥāfeẓ’s divān, Saʿdi’s Golestān and Bustān, Jāmi’s Bahārestān, [ʿAttār’s Pand-nāma and Manṭeq al-ṭayr, Neẓāmi’s Maḵzan al-asrār and Šāhi’s divān] (Bursalı, II, p. 258; [D. Çörek, 1996; S. Dündar, 1998; D. Akat, 1999; S. E. Keyik, 2001; J.T.P. de Brujin, in EI2, IX, pp. 414-15; DAF, VI, pp. 519-20]).

[Şemʿî (Šamʿi), (d. after 1092/1681). The translator of Šaraf Ḵān Bedlisi’s Šaraf-nāma (Storey/Bregel, II, pp. 1097-1100; Karatay, Türkçe, I, p. 244; TCYK, p. 322; Babinger, 1992, pp. 246-47; B. Kütükoğlu, in İA, XI, pp. 427-429; S. Naficy, in EI2, I, pp. 1208-1209; E. Glassen, in EIr., IV, pp. 76-77)].

[Şemʿî, Mehmed, Damad Meşreb-zade (Šamʿi, Moḥammad, Dāmād Mašrab-zāda), (d. 1299/1881). The translator of Saʿdi’s Golestān (Bursalı, III, p. 77; DAF, VI, pp. 520-21]).

[Şevkî, Sâhib-zade Ahmed Çelebi (Šawqi, Ṣāḥeb-zāda Aḥmad Čelebi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 463)].

Şevkî-i Kadim (Šawqi-ye Qadim), (d. 10th/16th century). The translator of the Manāqeb-e Šaiḵ Abu Esḥāq-e Kāzaruni (TCYK, I, p. 526).

Şevkî, Yusuf (Šawqi, Yusof), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of the ʿAwāmel-e Fārsi (Bursalı, III, p. 71; [Kartal, 1999, p. 463; Meftāḥ-Wali, p. 222]).

Şihabeddin el-Konevî (Šahāb-al-Din al-Qunawi). The author of the Naẓm al-dorar.

[Şehdî (Šahdi), (d. 9th/15th century). The author of Ottoman Šāh-nāma in verse-form (Sehi Beg, 1978, pp. 196-97; ʿĀšeq Čelebi, fols. 253a-253b; Gelibolulu, 1994, pp. 138-39; Babinger, 1992, pp. 29-30)].

[Şehdî, Mustafa (Šahdi, Moṣṭafā), (d. 1144/1731-32). He wrote poems in Persian (DAF, VI, p. 524)].

[Şehidî, Kasım (Šahidi, Qāsem), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 462)].

Şeyh Seyyide (Šaiḵ Sayyide). He wrote a small divān in Persian (Bayezid Devlet Library, Ali Emirî Efendi, no. 404).

Şeyh Galib [Mehmed Esad] (Šaiḵ Ḡāleb Moḥammad Asʿad), ([d. 1213/1799]). [The commentator of Yosuf Sinečāk Dede’s Jazira-ye Maṯnawi]. He wrote naẓiras on Ḥāfeẓ’s poems ([Šarḵ-e Jazira-e Maṯnawi, ed. T. Karabey–M. Vanlıoğlu, Erzurum, 1996; S. Yüksel, 1963; A. Gölpınarlı, 1953; A. Gölpınarlı, in İA, XI, pp. 462-67]).

[Şeyh Mekkî-i Hâkî, Ebu’l-Feth Mehmed b. Muzafferüddin Mehmed (Šaiḵ Makki-i Ḵāki, Abu’l-Fatḥ Moḥammad b. Moẓaffar-al-Din Moḥammad), (d. 926/1519-20). The author of the al-Jāneb al-ḡarbi fi ḥall moškelāt Ebn-al-ʿArabi for Sultan Selim I in Persian (DAF, VI, p. 271)].

Şeyhî, Yusuf Sinan-ı Germiyanî (Šaiḵi, Yusof Senān Germiyāni), ([d. after 832/1429). The translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Ḵʷāb-nāmaand Neẓāmi Ganjawi’s Ḵosrov o Širin (Bursalı, II, p. 254; [F. K. Timurtaş, in İA, XI, pp. 474-79; M. Özkan, in DİA, XIX, pp. 56-57]).

[Şeydâ (Šaydā). A Persian journal printed in Istanbul (DAF, VI, p. 527)].

[Şîrî (Širi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (DAF, VI, p. 528)].

Şirin-i şemâ’il (Širin-e šemā’el). An anonymous Persian book, written in Istanbul (Süleymaniye Library, 34 Tarlan-Sü, no. 49/3).

[Şükün, Ziya (Šokun, Żeyā), (d. 1949). The author of the Ganjina-ye goftār-e Żeyā, a Persian-Turkish dictionary (3 vols., Istanbul, 1944-1955; Istanbul, 19842)].

[Şeyh Kermiyanî (Šaiḵ Karmiyāni), (d. 9th/15th century). The author of the Toḥfat al-ḥarameyn.He was of Iranian origin (DAF, VI, p. 240)].

---Ṣ-Ṣ-Ṣ--- Sâ’ib, Ahmed (Ṣā’eb, Aḥmad), (d. 1305/1887). The translator of Saʿdi’s Golestān [(Istanbul, 1292)] and [Šaiḵ Bahā’i’s] Nān o ḥalwā (Bursalı, II, p. 287).

Sarı Abdullah Efendi (Ṣāri ʿAbd-Allāh Efendi). See Abdullah Efendi, Sarı.

Sarıca Kemal [Bergamavî] (Ṣārija Kamāl, Barḡamawi), (d. 9th/15th century). The translator of Fażl-Allāh b. ʿAbd-Allāh’s al-Moʿjam fi āṯār al-moluk al-ʿajam (Bursalı, II, p. 277; [TDEA, V, p. 271]).

Sâlih [b. Yusuf] (Ṣāleḥ b. Yusof), (d. 1166/1753). The commentator of Ṣā’eb’s divān (Bursalı, II, p. 285; [Meftāḥ-Wali, p. 231]).

Sâlih Paşa, Kerküklü (Ṣāleḥ Pāšā, Kerkuklu). The translator of Qāżi Bayżāwi’s Neẓa3m al-tawāriḵ (Bursalı, III, p. 180).

Sâlih, Celâl-zade (Ṣāleḥ, Jalāl-zāda). See Celâl-zade Sâlih.

[Sâfî (Ṣāfi), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of the Šahr-angiz-e Estānbul in Persian (Nuruosmaniye Library, no. 3383; Kartal, 1999, pp. 452-53)].

[Sâfî-i Üsküdarî, Mustafa b. Meḥmed Emin (Ṣāfi Uskudāri, Moṣṭafā b. Moḥammad Amin), (d. 1319/1901). The author of the Nov-bāva-ye qawāʿed-e Fārsiyya (Istanbul, 1307, 1309) (TDEA, VII, pp. 313-14; DAF, VI, p. 532)].

[Sabâyî (Ṣabā’i), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 451)].

[Sabâyî, Hayreddin (Ṣabā’i, Ḵayr-al-Din), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 451)].

[Sabrî (Ṣabri), (d. 999/1590). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, pp. 451-52)].

[Sabrî, Seyyid Mehmed Emîn, Karayılan-zade (Ṣabri, Sayyid Moḥammad Amin, Qarayelān-zāda), (d. 1229/1813). He wrote poems in Persian(DAF, VI, pp. 534-35)].

Subhî, Ömer (Ṣobḥi, ʿOmar), (d. 1313/1894). The author of the Qawāʿed-e lesān-e Fārsi (Bursalı, III, p. 82; [DAF, VI, p. 534]).

[Subhî-i Bursevî, Mehmed Ali (Ṣobḥi Bursawi, Moḥammad ʿAli), (d. after 950/1543). He wrote poems in Persian(DAF, VI, p. 534)].

Subûhî Ahmed Dede (Ṣobuḥi Aḥmad Dede), (d. 1057/1647). He wrote a divān in Persian. He also commentated the Eḵteyārāt-e maṯnawi (Bursalı, II, p. 283; [TDEA, VII, p. 389; DAF, VI, p. 535]).

[Subûhî, Ahmed, Derviş Paşa-zade (Ṣobuḥi, Aḥmad Derviš Pāšā-zāda), (d. 1051/1641). He wrote poems in Persian(DAF, VI, p. 536)].

[Sabûrî-i Tebrizî, Hüseyin b. Ali (Ṣaburi Tabrizi, Ḥosayn b. ʿAli), (d. 1269/1852). He wrote poems in Persian(DAF, VI, p. 536)].

Sabih, Ahmed [b. Hüseyin] (Ṣabiḥ, Aḥmad b. Ḥosayn), (d. 1198/1784). The commentator of ʿUrfi Širāzi’s divān (Bursalı, II, p. 286; TEA, IV, p. 1004; [DAF, VI, p. 536]).

Sabir (Ṣabir), (d. 1090/1679). The translator of Jalāl Širvāni’s Gol o novruz (TEA, IV, p. 1004).

[Sadruddin-i Dergazinî b. Meḥmed Ârif (Ṣadr-al-Din Dargazini Moḥammad ʿĀref), (d. 13th/19th century). He wrote poems in Persian(DAF, VI, p. 536)].

[Sadruddin-i Konevî, Ebu Abdullah Muhammed b. Mecdeddin (Ṣadr-al-Din Qunawi, (d. 673/1274). He wrote many works in Persian during the Saljuq period(A. Ateş, 1952, pp. 59-61; H. Ritter, 1953, pp. 69-72; A. Gölpınarlı, 1967, pp. 202-203; M. Can, 1989, pp. 113-27; DAF, VI, pp. 536-37, 811)].

[Sıdkı Efendi, Süleyman b. Mustafa, Hasırî-zade (Ṣedqi Efendi, Soleymān b. Moṣṭafā, Ḥaṣiri-zāda), (d. 1253/1837). He wrote poems in Persian(Bursalı, II, p. 290; DAF, VI, pp. 539-40)].

[Sadık, Yahya b. Süleyman (Ṣadiq, Yaḥyā b. Soleymān), (d. 1165/1751-52). He wrote poems in Persian(DAF, VI, p. 540)].

[Sarfî (Ṣarfi), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 453)].

[Salâhî (Ṣalāḥi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 453)].

Salâhî, Abdullah [b. Abdü’l-Aziz] Uşşâkî (Ṣalāḥi, ʿAbd-Allāh [b. ʿAbd-al-ʿAziz] ʿUššāqi), (d. 1196/1782). The translator of the Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi, the Golšan-e tawḥid,the Asrār-e soluk and the Montaḵabāt-e ṣufiyya (Bursalı, I, p. 104; [M. Akkuş, 1998; DAF, VI, pp. 544-545]).

Salâhî, Abdullah (Ṣalāḥi, ʿAbd-Allāh), (d. 1131/1718). The commentator of the mafātiḥ al-dariyya (TEA, IV, p. 1012).

---Ż-Ż-Ż--- Zaʿifî Efendi, Pir Mehmed b. Evrenos (Żaʿifi Efendi, Pir Moḥammad b. Evrenus), ([d. after 964/1557]). The translator of Saʿdi’s Golestān and Bustān under the title of Bāḡ-e behešt in verse-form (ed. Mehmet Emin İnan, Kayseri, 1998). [He also translated ʿAṭṭār’s Manṭeq al-ṭayr under the title of Golšan-e simorḡ and Pand-nāma under the title of Kitāb-e bustān-e naṣāyeḥ in verse-form (ed. Ümit Tokatlı, Kayseri, 1996). He also wrote poems in Persian (Divān, ed. Kamil Akarsu, Ankara, 1989; Bursalı, II, p. 293; TEA, IV, p. 1246; Kartal, 1999, p. 149, 467; DAF, VI, pp. 548-49, 713]).

[Zarir-i Erzurumî, Mustafa b. Yusuf b. Ömer (Żarir Arżerumi, Moṣṭafā b. Yusof b. ʿOmar), (d. after 790/1387-88). The author of the Ketāb-e ṣad ḥadiṯ o ṣad ḥekāya (Bursalı, III, pp. 137-138; TDEA, II, pp. 195-196; DAF, VI, pp. 547-548)].

---Ṭ-Ṭ-Ṭ--- Tahir Efendi (Ṭāher Efendi), (d. 12th/18th century). The translator of Ḵʷāja Pārsā’s Faṣl al-ḵeṭāb (Bursalı, II, p. 83).

[Tâhir Olgun, Tâhirü’l-Mevlevî (Tahir Olgun, Ṭāher-al-Mawlawi). The commentator of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi (Šarḵ-e Maṯnawi, 18 vols., Istanbul, (n. d.)].

Tahir Selâm, Mehmed (Ṭāher Salām, Moḥammad), (d. 1260/1844). The author of various works in Persian and the translator of the Mizān al-adab (Bursalı, II, p. 299).

[Tahir Nâdî (Tāher Nādi). The author of the Faḏlaka-ye lesān-e Fārsi (Istanbul, 1928)].

[Tâlibî, Hasan Dede b. Kadı Abdullah (Ṭālebi, Ḥasan Dede b. Qāżi ʿAbd-Allāh), (d. 1130/1718). The commentator of the Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi (DAF, VI, pp. 551-52)].

Tarlan, Ali Nihad (Ṭarlān, ʿAli Nehād), (d. 1399/1978). The author of the İran edebiyatı [(“Persian Literatur”), (Istanbul, 1944)]. [He translated Neẓāmi’s Divān, Ḵosrov o Širin and Laylā o Majnun, Nafʿi’s Divān, Fożuli’s Divān and Sultan Selîm’s divān from Persian into Turkish (DAF, VI, pp. 234-35)].

Taşköprü-zade Mehmed Kemaleddin Efendi (Ṭāškupri-zāda Moḥammad Kamāl-al-Din Efendi), (d. 1030/1621). The translator of Ḥosayn Wāʿeẓ’s Resāla (Bursalı, I, p. 347; DAF, VI, pp. 238-39).

[Talatî Çelebi (Ṭalʿati Čelebi), ([d. 11th/17th century]). The translator of [Yusofi’s] Fawā’ed al-aḵbār under the title of Moʿezz al-ṭebb (Bursalı, III, p. 225; DAF, VI, p. 553)].

[Tursun-zade Abdullah Feyzî (Ṭursun-zāda ʿAbd-Allāh Fayżi), (d. 1019/1610-11). The author of the Ḥāšiyya ʿalā al-Jāmi.He also wrote poems in Persian (Bursalı, I, p. 348)].

---Ẓ-Ẓ-Ẓ--- [Zarifî, Hasan Çelebi (Ẓarifi, Ḥasan Čelebi), (d. 10th/16th century). The commentator of the Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi under the title of Kašf al-asrār wa maṭlaʿ al-anwār (DAF, VI, p. 558)].

---ʿA-ʿA-ʿA--- Âbidîn Paşa (ʿĀbedin Pāšā), (d. 1324/1906). The commentator of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi (Bursalı, II, p. 341; [TDEA, II, p. 24; DAF, VI, p. 559]).

[Ârif Efendi b. Mehmed b. Mustafa (ʿĀref Efendi b. Moḥammad b. Moṣṭafā), (d. 1125/1713). Ottoman poet. He wrote a divān in Persian (Bursalı, I, pp. 362-363; TDEA, I, p. 195-98; DAF, VI, pp. 560-61)].

Âdil Çelebi, Emir (ʿĀdel Čelebi, Amir). A descendant of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi ([Aflāki, II, pp. 843-44, 970, 995-99; Safina-ye Mawlawiyya, p. 122]).

Ârif Çelebi, Ulu (ʿĀref Čelebi, Ulu), (d. 719/1319). A grandson of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi. He wrote a divān and many robāʿisin Persian ([divān, ed. Mehmet Vanlıoğlu, Ulu Ârif Çelebi ve Divânı’nın Tankitli Metni, Atatürk Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Ph.D. diss., Erzurum, 1991; F. N. Uzluk, Ulu Ârif Çelebi’nin Rubaîleri, Istanbul, 1949]; Aflāki, II, pp. 234-366; [Kartal, 1999, p. 379; DAF, VI, pp. 561-63]).

Ârif Fethullah [Çelebi, Ârifî] (ʿĀref Fatḥ-Allāh Čelebi, ʿĀrefi), (d. 969/1561). Ottoman poet and šāh-nāma-guy. He composed the Šah-nāma-ye āl-e ʿOṯmān (Sāh-nāma-ye Solaymāni - Solaymān-nāma), [Waqāyiʿ-e Solṭān Bāyazid maʿ Salim Ḵān and Fotuḥāt-e Jamila] in verse-form (Bursalı, III, p. 116; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., V, pp. 120-21; Esin Atıl, Süleymanname. The Illustrated History of Süleyman the Magnificent, Washington D.C.-New York, 1986; Sohrweide, 1970, pp. 290-292; [Davut Ebrahimî, Arifî Fethullah Çelebi ve Fütûhât-ı Cemile’sinin tenkitli metni, Magister Thesis, İstanbul Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Istanbul, 1991; Gelibolulu Moṣṭafā ʿĀli, 1994, pp. 238-40; Kemal Çığ, p. 56; DAF, VI, pp. 504-505, 563-65]).

Ârif Bey, Cabbâr-zade [Mehmed] (ʿĀref Bey, Jabbār-zāda Moḥammad), (d. 1339/1920). The commentator of ḡazal by ʿEṣmat Boḵāri (Bursalı, II, p. 345).

Ârif Hikmet Bey (ʿĀref Ḥekmat Bey), (d. 1275/1859). [Ottoman šaiḵ-al-eslām and poet]. He wrote poems in Persian, Turkish and Arabic (ML, I, p. 651; [DAF, VI, p. 563; A. Tansel, in İA, I, pp. 564-68; R. Mantran, in EI2, I, p. 630; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., XII, p. 150]).

Ârif Süleyman [Bey b. Hasan Ağa] (ʿĀref Solaymān Bey b. Ḥasan Āḡā), ([d. 1183/1769]). The author of the Reḡā’ebiyya in Persian and the translator of the Ḥolya by Ḵāqāni ([Bursalı, II, pp. 317-18; TDEA, I, p. 158]; ML, I, p. 652; [DAF, VI, pp. 559-60]).

Ârifî (ʿĀrefi). See Ârif Fethullâh Çelebi.

Ârifî, Hüseyin Çelebi (ʿĀrefi, Ḥosayn Čelebi), (d. 959/1552). He wrote a naẓira on Amir Ḵosrov Dehlawi’s Daryāq al-abrār (Bursalı, II, p. 306; [DAF, VI, pp. 565-66]).

Ârifî, Selmânî-i Sânî, Mahmud (ʿĀrefi, Salmāni Ṯāni, Maḥmud). The author of the Ḥāl-nāma in Persian (ML, I, p. 652).

Âşık Çelebi, [Pir Mehmed b. Ali] (ʿĀšeq Čelebi, Pir Moḥammad b. ʿAli), (d. 979/1571). He composed a taḏkera and translated Jāmi’s Ḥadiṯ-e arbaʿin and Ḥosayn Wāʿeẓ Kāšefi’s Rawżat al-šohadā (Bursalı, II, p. 307; [DAF, VI, p.p. 566-68]).

Âsım Efendi, İsmail Küçük Çelebi-zade (ʿĀṣem Efendi, Esmāʿil Ku≈ek Čelebi-zāda), (d. 1174/1760). He wrote poems in Persian and translated Ḡeyāṯ-al-Din Naqqāš’s ʿAja’eb al-laṭā’ef (ML, I, p. 720; [DAF, VI, p. 568]).

Âsım, Bağdadlı (ʿĀṣem, Baḡdādli), (d. 1305/1887). He wrote a divān in Persian (ML, I, p. 720).

Âsım, Mütercim, [Seyyid Ahmed] (ʿĀṣem, Motarjem, Sayyed Aḥmad), ([d. 1235/1819]). The translator of the Borhān-e qāṭiʿ under the title of Tebyān-e nāfiʿ (M. F. Köprülü, in İA, I, pp. 665-73; [T. Yazıcı, in EIr., II, pp. 140-41; DAF, VI, pp. 568-70; M. S. Kaçalin, in DİA, XXXII, pp. 200-202]).

Âsım, Mustafa Bey (ʿĀṣem, Moṣṭafā Bey), (d. 1320/1902). The translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Pand-nāma (Bursalı, II, p. 338; [DAF, VI, p. 570]).

Âkif, Mustafa b. [Bayram Efendi] (ʿĀkef, Moṣṭafā b. Bāyrām Efendi), (d. 1173/1759). He wrote ḡazals in Persian (Ergun, I, pp. 27-28; DAF, VI, p. 570).

Âlim Çelebi (ʿĀlem Čelebi). See Ârif Çelebi.

[Alîmullah b. Abdü’r-Reşid Abbasî-i Nakşibendî (ʿAlim-Allāh b. ʿAbd-al-Rašid ʿAbbāsi Naqšbandi), (d. 12th/18th century). The author of the Taqdis al-Raḥmān ʿan taqyid al-zamān wa’l-maqān for Šaiḵ-al-Eslām Esʿad Efendi (For autograph see Ma. III b. 42 Tübingen UB; VOHD, XIV/1, pp. 223-24 no. 287)].

[Âlî Mustafa Efendi, Gelibolulu (ʿĀli Moṣṭafā Efendi, Gelibolulu), (d. 1008/1600). He wrote a divān in Persian. He also translated Kamāl Pāšā-zāda’s Rojuʿ al-šaiḵ under the title of Rāḥat al-nofus fi tarjoma rojuʿ al-šaiḵ from Arabic into Persian in 998 (K. Süssheim, in İA, I, pp. 304-306; B. Kütükoğlu, in DİA, II, pp. 414-16; Ö. F. Akün, in DİA, II, pp. 416-421; DAF, VI, pp. 404-405, 571-574; M. Arslan – İ. H. Aksoyak, 1998, pp. 263-288)].

Ayşe İsmet Hanım (ʿĀ’eša ʿEṣmat Ḵānom), (d. 1325/1907). Ottoman poet. She wrote poems in Persian (ML, II, p. 2).

Abdullah Cevdet (ʿAbd-Allāh Jewdet), (d. 1351/1932). The translator of ʿOmar Ḵayyām’s Robāʿiyyātand some of Rumi’s, Ḡazāli’s and ʿUrfi’s Persian poems under the title of Del-masti-ye Mawlānā (Ergun, I, p. 211; [Rubāʿiyyāt-e Ḵayyām ve Türkçe’ye tercümeleri, Istanbul, 1914; 19262; 19263; Rubaîler, ed. Mehmet Kanar, Istanbul, 2000; Del-masti-ye Mawlānā, Istanbul, 1921; K. Süssheim, in EI, (Ergänzungsband), pp. 55-60; Hanioğlu, 1981; G. L. Lewis, in EI2, II, p. 533; M. Ş. Hanioğlu, in DİA, I, pp. 90-93; Alkan, 2005, pp. 1-20]).

Abdullah Efendi, Seyyid (ʿAbd-Allāh Efendi, Sayyid). The author of the Farhang-e Fārsi, a Persian dictionary.

Abdullah Efendi, Sarı (ʿAbd-Allāh Efendi, Ṣāri), (d. 1071/1660). The commentator of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi [with the title Jawāher-e bawāher-e Matnawi (5 vols., Istanbul, 1287/1870-71)and the author of the Dastur al-enšā’] (Bursalı, I, p. 100; Ergun I, p. 194; [S. Durgun, 1993; İA, X, pp. 216-20; EI2, IX, p. 59; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., I, p. 179; DAF, VI, p. 531]).

Abdullah Hilmi, Yusuf-zade (ʿAbd-Allāh Ḥelmi, Yusof-zāda), (d. 1167/1754). The author of the Farhang-e ʿArabi-Fārsi, an Arabic-Persian dictionary(Bursalı, I, p. 364).

Abdullah Hulûsi [b. Mehmed] (ʿAbd-Allāh Ḵoluṣi b. Moḥammad), (d. 1305/1887). The commentator of Jāmi’s Merāt al-ʿaqā’ed (Bursalı, I, p. 133).

Abdullah-ı Semerkandî (ʿAbd-Allāh Samarqandi), (d. 9th/15th century). Famous shaikh of Sultan Bayezid I (1389-1403) (ʿAṭā, Tāriḵ, I, p. 84).

Abdullah-ı Şebisterî (ʿAbd-Allāh Šabestari), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian. He was also known as Niyāzi (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 284; [M. Kanar, 1995; DAF, VI, pp. 588-89]).

Abdullah-ı Kaşgarî (ʿAbd-Allāh Kāšḡāri), (d. 1174/1761). Ottoman scholar of Iranian origin. He was also known as Fadā’i (Hammer, I, p. 57).

Abdullah b. Mehmed b. Cafer b. Hayyân (ʿAbd-Allāh b. Moḥammad b. Jaʿfar b. Ḥayyān), (d. 8th/14th century). The translator of the Ḥedāyat al-ḡabi fi aḵlāq al-nabi (Ateş, 1945, p. 124).

Abdü’l-Bâkî Dede, [Seyyid Nâsır b. Ebu Bekir] (ʿAbd-al-bāqi Dede, Sayyed Nāṣer b. Abu Bakr), (d. 1226/1811). The translator of Aflāki’s Manāqeb al-ʿārefin (Bursalı, I, p. 130; DAF, VI, p. 574).

Abdü’l-Bâkî, Laʿlî-zade (ʿAbd-al-bāqi, Laʿli-zāda), (d. 1159/1746). The translator of the Kimiā-ye saʿādat by Ḡazāli and the Nomud o bud [or Resāla-ye onsiyya by Yaʿqub b. ʿOṯmān b.] Maḥmud Jalāl-al-Din Čarḵi (Bursalı, I, p. 159; Ergun, I, p. 219; [DAF, VI, p. 726; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., I, p. 104]).

Abdü’l-Bâkî Saʿdî (ʿAbd-al-Bāqi Saʿdi), (d. 1161/1748). The translator of Edris Bedlisi’s Hašt behešt (For the unique manuscript see Süleymaniye Library, Hamidiye, no. 928; Bursalı, III, p. 7; TCYK, I, p. 109).

Abdü’l-Cabbâr el-Acemî (ʿAbd-al-Jabbār al-ʿAjami), (d. 966/1558). Ottoman scholar of Iranian origin (ʿAṭā’i, Ḏayl-e Šaqā’eq, p. 14).

[Abdü’l-Hamid b. Abdu’r-Rahman-ı Engurî (ʿAbd-al-Ḥamid b. ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān Anguri), (d. after 763/1361). The author of the Selk-e jawāher, an Arabic-Persian dictionary in verse-form (Riāḥi, p. 140; DAF, VI, p. 456, 575)].

Abdü’l-Halim, Ahî-zade (ʿAbd-al-Ḥalim, Aḵi-zāda), (d. 1013/1604). The translator of Jāmi’s Šawāhed al-nobuwwa (Bursalı, I, p. 228; TCYK, I, p. 365; [DAF, VI, p. 66]).

[Abdu’r-Rahman Alem-şâh (ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān ʿAlam-šāh), (d. 987/1579). He wrote poems in Persian (Bursalı, I, pp. 357-358; Kartal, 1999, p. 407)].

[Abdu’r-Rahman, Baba Kûsî (ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān, Bābā Qusi), (d. 983/1575). The translator of Qāżi Bayżāwi’s Neẓām al-tawāriḵ (Bursalı, I, p. 256; TCYK, I, p. 79)].

Abdu’r-Rahman Efendi, Nefes-zade (ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān Efendi, Nafas-zāda), (d. 1108/1696). He wrote poems in Persian (ML, I, p. 23).

Abdu’r-Rahman Efendi, Müeyyed-zade Hâtemî (ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān Efendi, Mo’ayyed-zāda Ḵātemi), (d. 922/1516). He wrote poems in Persian (ML, I, p. 23; Kartal, 1999, p. 431).

Abdu’r-Rahman Eşref (ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān Ašraf). See Eşref Abdu’r-Rahman, Merzifonlu.

Abdu’r-Rahman Çelebi (ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān Čelebi). The translator of Kāšafi’s Aḵlāq-e moḥseni.

Abdu’r-Rahman Hâlis-i Tâlibânî (ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān Ḵāleṣ Ṭālebāni), (d. 1275/1858). The translator of Šaiḵ ʿAli Nurbaḵši’s Bahjat al-asrār and Mawlāna Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi (Bursalı, I, p. 131).

[Abdu’r-Rahman b. Yusuf-ı Aksarayî (ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān b. Yusof Āqsarā’i), (d. after 950/1543). The translator of ʿAbd-al-ʿAziz Fārsi’s ʿUmdat al-Eslām unter the title of ʿEmād al-Eslām (DAF, VI, p. 580)].

[Abdü’l-Aziz b. Molla Hüsam b. Molla Hamid (ʿAbd-al-ʿAziz b. Mollā Ḥosām b. Mollā Ḥamid), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 407)].

Abdü’l-Aziz, Hekimbaşı (ʿAbd-al-ʿAziz Ḥekimbāši), (d. 1197/1782-83). The translator of the Borhān al-kefāya by [ʿAli b.] Moḥammad al-Šarif al-Bakri. He also wrote poems in Persian (Bursalı, III, p. 228; [DAF, VI, pp. 581-582; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., I, p. 101]).

Abdü’l-Aziz, Kara Çelebi-zade (ʿAbd-al-ʿAziz, Qara Čelebi-zāda), (d. 1068/1658). The translator of Wāʿeẓ Kāšefi’s Aḵlāq-e moḥseni and Saʿid-al-Din Moḥammad b. Masʿud Kāzeruni’s Siar-e [nabawiyya] under the title of Fawā’eḥ al-nabawiyya fi siar al-Moṣṭafawiyya (Bursalı, III, p. 120; [DAF, VI, pp. 583-584; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., I, p. 101]).

[Abdü’l-Aziz b. Abdü’l-Kadir-i Merâgî (ʿAbd-al-ʿAziz b. ʿAbd-al-Qāder Marāḡi), (d. 9th/15th century). The author of Naqāwat al-adwār for Sultan Mehmed (Moḥammad) II (DAF, VI, p. 584; MLT, p. 22-23)].

Abdü’l-Kadir [b. Ömer b. Bayezid b. Ahmed] el-Bağdadî (ʿAbd-al-Qāder b. ʿOmar b. Bāyazid b. Aḥmad al-Baḡdādi), ([d. 1093/1682]). The author of the Loḡat-e moškelāt-e Šah-nāma ([Karatay, Türkçe,II, p. 30; G. Flügel, I, p. 111; Y. Öz, 2002, pp. 30-31; DAF, VI, p. 728)].

Abdü’l-Kadir-i Belhî (ʿĀbd-al-Qāder Balḵi), (d. 1341/1923). The author of the Yanābiʿ al-ḥekam, the Golšan-e asrār, the Konuz al-ʿārefin [fi asrār al-tawḥid], the Asrār al-tawḥid, the Šams [-e] raḵšān [the Sonuḥāt, the Elhāmāt-e rabbaniyya and a divān in Turkish-Persian](Ergun, I, pp. 229-233; [T. Yazıcı, in EIr., I, p. 132; DAF, VI, pp. 584-85]).

Abdü’l-Kadir Kemaleddin Efendi (ʿĀbd-al-Qāder Kamāl-al-Din Efendi), (d. 1315/1897). The commentator of ʿErāqi’s Lamaʿāt (Bursalı, I, p. 135; [DAF, VI, p. 584]).

Abdü’l-Latif (ʿAbd-al-Laṭif), (d. 1100/1688). The author of the Laṭā’ef al-loḡa, a Persian-Turkish dictionary and the commentator of Mawlāna Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi (Bursalı, II, p. 312; ML, I, p. 34; [DAF, VI, p. 586]).

Abdü’l-Latif-i Giridî (ʿAbd-al-Laṭif Geridi). The translator of the Persian Resā’el by ʿAziz Moḥammad Nasafi (Bursalı, I, p. 191).

Abdü’l-Mecid es-Sivasî (ʿAbd-al-Majid al-Sevāsi), (d. 1049/1639). The commentator of Mawlāna Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi (Bursalı, I, p. 120; ML, I, p. 36; [DAF, VI, p. 589]).

[Abdü’l-Mecid-i Şirvanî (ʿAbd-al-Majid Šervāni), (d. 14th/20th century). The author of the Ganjina-ye qawāʿed-e Fārsi (Istanbul, 1299), the Nateja-ye qawāʿed-e Fārsiyya (Istanbul, 1329) and the Meḥāsen-e aḵlāq-e Moḥammadiyya (DAF, VI, p. 590)].

Abdü’l-Mecid b. Nasûh b. İsra’il (ʿAbd-al-Majid b. Naṣuḥ b. Esrā’el), ([d. 996/1587]). The translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Pand-nāma [in verse form. (Bursalı, I, p. 113; DAF, VI, p. 589)].

[Abdü’l-Vâcid b. Muhammed b. Muhammed el-Hanefî (ʿAbd-al-Wājed b. Moḥammad b. Moḥammad al-Ḥanafi), (d. 838/1435). The translator of the Naṣir-al-Din Ṭusi’s Si faṣl (OALT, I, pp. 22-24)].

Abdü’l-Vahhâb Celâleddin Mehmed-i Sabunî el-Hemedânî (ʿAbd-al-Wahhāb Jalāl-al-Din Moḥammad Ṣābuni al-Hamadāni), ([d. 954/1547]). The author of the Ṯawāqeb al-manāqeb (Safina-ye Mawlawiyya, III, p. 8; Storey, I/2, pp. 938-39; [DAF, VI, p. 263; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., I, p. 170]).

Abdi Paşa, Abdu’r-Rahman (ʿAbdi Pāšā, ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān), (d. 1103/1692). The commentator of ʿAṭṭār’s Pand-nāma and ʿUrfi Širāzi’s qaṣā’ed (Bursalı, III, p. 97; Ergun, I, p. 179; [DAF, VI, p. 593; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., I, p. 208]).

Abdi (ʿAbdi), (d. 9th/15th century). The translator of the Jāmāsb-nāma (ML, I, p. 15).

Abdi, Altunî-zade (ʿAbdi, Altuni-zāda), (d. 1183/1769). He wrote poems in Persian (ML, I, p. 15; [DAF, VI, p. 593]).

Abdi, Himmet-zade (ʿAbdi, Hemmat-zāda), (d. 1122/1710). The commentator of a ḡazal by ʿUrfi Širāzi (Ergun, I, p. 174; Bursalı, II, p. 313; [TDEA, I, p. 10; DAF, VI, p. 593]).

[Osman (ʿOṯmān). The translator and commentator of Saʿdi’s Golestān (Istanbul, 1307)].

Osman, Şakir Efendi (ʿOṯmān, Šāker Efendi), (d. 1233/1817). The author of the Müṣavver İrān sefāret-nāmesi in Turkish (Unat, p. 206).

Osman, Şeyh, Seyyid Hâşimî (ʿOṯmān, Šaiḵ, Sayyed Hāšemi), (d. 1003/1595). He was living like darwishes of Malāmiyya order (Bursalı, I, p. 188; Sohrweide, 1970, p. 281).

Osman-zade Tâ’ib (ʿOṯmān-zāda Tā’eb). See Tâ’ib Ahmed Efendi, Osman-zade.

Adnî, Mahmud Paşa (ʿAdni, Maḥmud Pāšā), (d. 879/1474). He wrote ḡazals in Persian and naẓiras on the ḡazals of Ẓahir Fāryābi and Ḥāfeẓ. [He also wrote a number of official letters in Persian] (Bursalı, II, p. 303; Ergun, I, p. 253; [Kartal, 1999, p. 387; M. C. Ş. Tekindağ, in İA, VII, pp. 183-188; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., I, p. 470]).

[Adnî, Receb Dede (ʿAdni, Rajab Dede), (d. 1100/1688). The commentator of ʿUrfi’s qaṣidas and Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi (Bursalı, I, p. 123; DAF, VI, p. 601)].

Arşî-i Hurûfî (ʿArši-ye Ḥorufi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Ergun, I, p. 495).

İzzet Paşa, Kayserili Mehmed İzzet (ʿIzzat Pāšā, Qayṣerili Moḥammad ʿIzzat), (d. 1330/1912). The author of the Qāmus-e Fārsi, and the translator of the Bustān by Saʿdi and the Yusof o Zaliḵā by Jāmi, the Nān o ḥalwā and the Nān o panir (Bursalı, II, pp. 342-344; [TDEA, V, p. 246]).

[İzzeddin Keykavus I b. Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev I, (ʿIzz-al-Din Kaykāvus I b. Ḡeyāṯ-al-Din Kayḵosrov I), (r. 1211-1220, d. 616/1220). Saljuq Sultan. He wrote robāʿis in Persian (Riāḥi, pp. 49-50)].

Azmî [Efendi, Defterdâr Pir Mehmed] b. Ahmed (ʿAzmi Efendi, Daftardār Pir Moḥammad b. Aḥmad), (d. 990/1582-83). The translator of Wāʿeẓ Kāšefi’s Aḵlāq-e moḥseni under the title of Makārem al-aḵlāq and Moḥammad ʿAṣṣār Tabrizi’s Mehr o moštari (ML, II, p. 17; [Bursalı, II, pp. 309-310; Kartal, 1999, pp. 413-414]).

Aziz Efendi (ʿAziz Efendi), (d. 1213/1798). He wrote poems in Persian (C. Baysun-A. H. Tanpınar, in İA, II, pp. 154-156).

Aziz Mahmud-ı Hüdâ’î (ʿAziz Maḥmud Hodā’i), (d. 1038/1629). The translator and commentator of ʿAbd-Allāh Anṣāri’s Manāzel al-sā’erin (Bursalı, I, pp. 185-188; [DAF, VI, pp. 900-901]).

İzzî, Süleyman Teşrifatî (ʿIzzi, Solaymān Tešrifāti), ([d. 1167/1755]). The translator of the Anis al-ṭalebin wa ʿuddat al-sālekin by Ṣalāḥ-al-Din Mobārak Boḵāri under the title of Maqāmāt-e Moḥammad Bahā’-al-Din Naqšebandi (Istanbul, 1328; Bursalı, III, p. 101; [DAF, VI, pp. 603-604]).

Askerî (ʿAskari). He wrote poems in Persian (Süleymaniye Library, Carullah Efendi, no. 166).

Işkî (ʿEšqi), (d. 900/1495). The translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Moḵtār-nāma and ʿAyn-al-Qożżāt Hamadāni’s Kanz al-ḥeqā’iq (Bursalı, II, p. 305; [DAF, VI, p. 605]).

İsmet Mehmed Efendi (ʿEṣmat Moḥammad Efendi), (d. 1160/1748). The translator of Ḡāzi Ḥosayn Maybudi’s Giti-nomā and the commentator of ʿAṭṭār’s Pand-nāma (Bursalı, I, p. 363).

Atâullah [b. Abdullah-ı] Kirmânî (ʿAṭā’-Allāh b. ʿAbd-Allāh Kermāni), ([d. 905/1499-1500]). Ottoman scholar of Iranian origin. [He wrote the Resāla dar ayyām-e hafta, the Resāla dar maʿrefat-e osṭorlāb-e kori and the al-Resālat al-robʿiyya] (ʿĀli, Konh al-aḵbār, fol. 517a; Uzunçarşılı, II, p. 599; [OALT, I, pp. 66-67]).

Atâ’î, Ahî Çelebi (ʿAṭā’i, Āhi Čelebi), (d. 841/1438). He wrote poems in Persian (ML, I, p. 795).

[Atâ’î, İvaz Paşa-zade (ʿAṭā’i, Evāz Pāšā-zāda), (d. 9th/15th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, pp. 389-90)].

Azmi-zade Hâletî Mustafa Efendi [b. Pir Mehmed] (ʿAẓmi-zāda Ḥālati Moṣṭafā Efendi b. Pir Moḥammad), (d. 1040/1631). The translator of Wāʿeẓ Kāšefi’s Aḵlāq-e moḥseni (Bursalı, II, p. 211; [A. C. Yöntem, İA, V/1, pp. 125-126; F. İz, EI2, III, pp. 91-92; H. İpekten, in DİA, IV, pp. 348-49]).

[Alâ’î b. Mir Muhyî-i Şirazî (ʿAlā’i b. Mir Moḥyi Širāzi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 409)].

Alâeddin İsmail el-Konevî (ʿAlā’-al-Din Esmāʿil al-Qunawi). The commantator of the Taʿrif.

Alâeddin Ali Tûsî (ʿAlā’-al-Din ʿAli Ṭusi), (d. 887/1482). Ottoman scholar of Iranian origin (ʿAṭā’, Tāriḵ, I, p. 36; Ḵʷaja Saʿd-al-Din Efendi, Tāj al-tawāriḵ, I, p. 410, 462; II, pp. 453-54; Majdi, p. 158; Sohrweide, 1970, p. 285).

[Alâeddin Ali Çelebi, Filibeli (ʿAlā’-al-Din ʿAli Čelebi, Felebeli), (d. 905/1499-1500). The translator of Kalila wa demna unter the title of Homāyun-nāma (Bursalı, II, pp. 304-305; TDEA, I, pp. 99-100; DAF, VI, p. 614)].

Alâeddin Ali b. Mecdeddin Mehmed-i Bistâmî or Şâhrûdî, Musannifek (ʿAlā’-al-Din ʿAli b. Majd-al-Din Moḥammad Besṭāmi or Šāhrudi, Moṣannefak), (d. 875/1470). The author of the Moḥammadiyya, [the Anwār al-aḥdāq, the Toḥfat al-salāṭin, the Toḥfat al-Maḥmudiyya, the Ḥadā’eq al-imān] and the commentator of the Abyāt-e Maṯnawi and Siyāsat-nāma in Persian (Uzunçarşılı, II, p. 630; [DAF, VI, pp. 810-11; M. K. Yaşaroğlu, in DİA, XXXI, pp. 239-40]).

[Alâeddin Keykubad I b. Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev (ʿAlā’-al-Din Kayqobād I b. Ḡeyāṯ-al-Din Kayḵosrov), (r. 1220-1237, d. 634/1237). Saljuq Sultan. He wrote robāʿis in Persian (Ebn Bibi/Turk. tr., I, p. 246)].

[Alâeddin Mansur eş-Şirazî (ʿAlā’-al-Din Manṣur al-Širāzi), (d. after 989/1581). The author of the Šāhanšāh-nāma (Šamā’el-nāma) in verse-form (A. Sayılı, 1956, pp. 411-84; OALT, I, p. 191; DAF, VI, pp. 524-25, 612-13)].

[Alâeddin el-Kirmânî, Ebu İshâk (ʿAlā’-al-Din al-Kermāni, Abu Esḥāq), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of the Resāla dar ṣefat-e kora’i jadid (OALT, I, pp. 222-23; DAF, VI, pp. 611-12)].

İlmî Ali Efendi (ʿElmi ʿAli Efendi), (d. 13th/19th century). The author of the Naẓm al-badiʿ, a Persian-Turkish dictionary (Bursalı, II, p. 319; [DAF, VI, p. 613]).

[İlmî, Mehmed b. Remzi (ʿElmi, Moḥammad b. Ramzi), (d. 1006/1598). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 437; DAF, VI, p. 613)].

Ali Efendi, [Veled-zade] (ʿAli Efendi, Walad-zāda), (d. 980/1573). The translator of Moḥammad ʿAṣṣār Tabrizi’s Mehr o moštari (Bursalı, II, p. 309; [DAF, VI, p. 613]).

Ali-i Bistâmî (ʿAli Besṭāmi). See Musannifek.

Ali Ekber-i Hıtâ’î, Seyyid (ʿAli Akbar Ḵeṭā’i, Sayyid), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of the Ḵeṭāy-nāma ([ed. Iraj Afšār, Tehran, 1357/1978; OCLT, I, pp. 14-16; Z. V. Togan, in İA, I, pp. 318-19; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., I, p. 857]).

Ali Bahar Efendi, Hoca (ʿAli Behār Efendi, Ḵʷāja). Ottoman scholar of Iranian origin. The author of a book on the jabr and handasa (Jewdet Paša, Tāriḵ-e Jewdet, X, p. 113).

Ali Çelebi, Acem (ʿAli Čelebi, ʿAjam), (d. 1100/1688). Ottoman physician of Iranian origin (Goldasta-ye riyāż-e ʿerfān-e ʿamali, p. 535).

Ali Çelebi, Vâsiʿ (ʿAli Čelebi, Wāsiʿ), (d. 950/1543). The translator of the Anwār-e sohayli (Ergun, II, p. 422).

Ali Haydar, Akşehirli-zade (ʿAli Ḥaydar, Aqšahrli-zāda), (d. 1298/1881). The translator of ʿErāqi’s Lamaʿāt (Bursalı, I, p. 217).

[Ali el-Hafrî (or el-Cafrî) er-Rûmî el-Hüseynî (ʿAli al-Ḵafri (or al-Jafri) al-Rumi al-Ḥosayni), (d. after 909/1503-4). The author of the Resāla-ye qebla and the Osṭorlāb (OALT, I, p. 67; DAF, VI, p. 107)].

Ali Dost-Hüdâ el-Ankaravî (ʿAli Dust-Ḵodā al-Anqarawi), (d. 8th/14th century). The author of the Moʿjezāt-e nabi (Ateş, 1945, p. 124).

Ali-i Semerkandî, Alâeddin (ʿAli Samarqandi, ʿAlā’-al-Din), (d. 9th/15th century). Ottoman scholar of Iranian origin during Sultan Murad (Morād) II (Ḵʷāja Saʿd-al-Din Efendi, Tāj al-tawāriḵ, II, p. 441; ʿAṭā’, Tāriḵ, I, p. 36).

[Ali Sâdık b. Muhammed b. İbrahim el-Dağıstanî (ʿAli Ṣâdeq b. Muḥammad b. Ebrāhim al-Daḡestāni), (d. 1199/1785). The translator of Bahā’-al-Din Āmoli’s al-Ṣāfiḥa fi’l-osṭorlāb under the title of Rasāla fi’l-osṭorlāb from Persian into Arabic (OALT, I, pp. 498-499)].

Ali b. Fethullah (ʿAli b. Fath-Allāh). The author of the Manāẓer al-layl wa’l-nahār.

Ali Fakrî, Saʿdî Şeyhî (ʿAli Faqri, Saʿdi Šaiḵi), (d. 1347/1929). He wrote naẓiras on the poems of Ḥāfeẓ and Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi (Ergun, I, p. 437).

Ali Aziz Efendi (ʿAli ʿAziz Efendi), (d. 1213/1798). He wrote poems in Persian which was published in the journal Ṣanduq (ML, I, p. 313).

[Aliyü’l-Alâ, Şeyh Ebu’l-Hasan Emir Seyyid Ali (ʿAli-al-ʿalā, Šaiḵ Abu’l-Ḥasan Amir Sayyid ʿAli), (d. 822/1419). The author of the Tawḥid-nāma, the Ferāq-nāma, the Maṯnawi and the Bašārat-nāma (DAF, VI, pp. 613-614)].

[Ali Kuşçu, Alâeddin Ebu’l-Kasım Ali b. Muhammed (ʿAli Quš≈i, ʿAlā’-al-Din Abu’l-Qasem ʿAli b. Moḥammad), (d. 879/1474). The author of the Resāla dar ʿilm-e hay’a and the Resāla fi ʿilm al-ḥesāb.He also commentated Uluḡ Beg’s Zij in Persian (Storey, II/1, p. 36; OMLT, I, p. 21; OALT, I, pp. 27-38)].

Ali, Molla (ʿAli, Mollā), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote a divān in Persian (Ḏayl-e šaqā’eq, pp. 164-166).

[Ali b. Mülûk-i Münşî (ʿAli b. Moluk Monši), (d. after 914/1508). The author of the Tāriḵ-e āl-e ʿOṯmān (Ẓafar-nāma - Fatḥ-nāma) and the Resāla-ye arbaʿin (M. Lugal, in DİA, XXVII, p. 219; DAF, VI, p. 236, 615)].

Ali Nihad Tarlan (ʿAli Nehād Ṭārlān). See Tarlan, Ali Nihad.

Ali b. Veli-i Selanikî (ʿAli b. Wali Selāniki), (d. 952/1545). The translator of Ḥosayn Wāʿeẓ Kāšefi’s Tafsir (Bursalı, I, p. 336; [DAF, VI, p. 615]).

[İmad (ʿEmād), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 438)].

Ömer Şevki b. Mehmed-i Mardinî (ʿOmar Šawqi b. Moḥammad Mārdini), (d. 1268/1851). The translator of an anonymous book on medicine. He also wrote poems in Persian (Bursalı, I, p. 382; DAF, VI, p. 523).

Ömer-i Udûlî (ʿOmar ʿUduli), (d. 11th/18th century). The translator of Ḥosayn Wāʿeẓ Kāšefi’s Mawāheb al-ladina al-ʿeliyya (Bursalı, I, p. 151; DAF, VI, p. 616).

[Ömer b. Ahmed Cellî (ʿOmar b. Aḥmad Jelli), (d. 12th/18th century). The commentator of Mir Ḥosayn Maybudi’s Giti-nomā under the title of Šarḥ-e Jām-e giti-nomā for Vezir Aḥmad Paša (See Ms. Orient. Oct. 2733; VOHD, XIV/1, pp. 165-66 no. 206)].

Ömer b. Mehmed b. Ali es-Sâvî (ʿOmar b. Moḥammad b. ʿAli al-Sāwi), (d. 8th/14th century). The author of the ʿAqā’ed-e ahl al-sonna and the Eʿteqād-e ahl al-sonna (Ateş, 1945, pp. 123-24; DAF, VI, pp. 615-16).

[Ömer Fuad b. Mehmed (ʿOmar Fo’ād b. Moḥammad), (d. 1064/1646). The translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Bolbol-nāma under the title of Bolboliyya (Bursalı, I, pp. 118-19; DAF, VI, pp. 616-17)].

[Ümidî (Omidi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 465)].

[İnâyetullah b. Kadri Çelebi (ʿEnāyat-Allāh b. Qadri Čelebi), (d. 971/1564). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 438)].

[Unsurî-i Gilânî, Hüseyin el-Hüseynî (ʿOnṣori Gilāni, Ḥosayn al-Ḥosayni), (d. 913/1513). The author of the Moḵtaṣar dar maʿrefat-e taqwim wa nojum and the Alwāh al-seḥḥa (İTYK, p. 184; OALT, I, pp. 73-74)].

Anka-i Şirazî, Hüseyin (ʿAnqa Širāzi, Ḥosayn), (d. 1025/1616). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian (Ergun, I, p. 492; [DAF, VI, p. 617]).

Avnî, Yenişehirli, [Hüseyin b. Ebu Bekir] (ʿAwni, Yenišehrli, Ḥosayn b. Abu Bakr), (d. 1301/1883). He wrote a divān in Persian (Bursalı, II, p. 331; [TDEA, I, p. 231-32; DAF, VI, p. 618]).

Ahdî [Ahmed or Mehdi] b. Şemseddin-i Bağdadî (ʿAhdi Aḥmad or Mahdi b. Šams-al-Din Baḡdādi), ([d. 1002/1593-94]). Ottoman poet and taḏkera-writer of Iranian origin. [He wrote poems in Persian (H. Mazıoğlu, 1981, pp. 95-150; Kartal, 1999, pp. 407-408; Ö. F. Akün, in DİA, I, pp. 509-14]).

İsa Efendi, Tâlib (ʿIsā Efendi, Ṭāleb), (d. 1059/1649). The author of the Neẓām al-adwiyya and an Arabic-Persian-Turkish botanical dictionary (Bursalı, III, p. 226; [DAF, VI, pp. 618-619]).

İyşî Mehmed Efendi (ʿEyši Moḥammad Efendi), (d. 1061/1651). The translator of Saʿdi’s Golestān (Bursalı, I, p. 359; [DAF, VI, p. 619]).

İyşî-i Mevlevî, Derviş (ʿEyši Mawlawi, Darviš), (d. 11th/17th century). He wrote ḡazals and robāʿis in Persian (ML, II, p. 2).

Aynî Hüseyin Efendi, Ayıntablı (ʿAyni Ḥosayn Efendi, ʿAyntāblı), (d. 1254/1838). He wrote a divān in Persian and composed the Naẓm-e jawāher, a Persian-Turkish dictionary (Bursalı, I, p. 322; [DAF, VI, pp. 619-20]).

[Aynî, Karamanlı (ʿAyni, Qaramāni), (d. 9th/15th century). He wrote poems in Persian (divān, ed. Edib Âli Bakı, XV. Yüzyıl Konya Karaman Şairlerinden Aynî, Ankara, 1949; Ahmet Mermer, Karamanlı Ayni ve Divanı, Ankara, 1997; Kartal, 1999, pp. 389-90)] ---Ḡ-Ḡ-Ḡ--- [Ganî, Abdü’l-Ganî b. Emir Şah (Ḡani, ʿAbd-al-Ḡani b. Amir Šāh), (d. 995/1586-87). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 425)].

Gubârî, Abdu’r-Rahman b. Abdullah (Ḡobāri, ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān b. ʿAbd-Allāh), (d. 974/1566). The author of the Solaymān-nāma. He wrote a naẓira on Fettāḥi Nišāburi’s Šabestān-e Ḵiyāl and Jāmi’s Yusof o Zaliḵā (Bursalı, II, p. 348; ML, V, p. 372; [İ. Parmaksızoğlu, 1947, pp. 347-56; A. Alparslan, in DİA, XIV, pp. 167-69; DAF, VI, p. 466, 624; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., XI, p. 18]).

Garibî, Mir Hüseyin (Ḡaribi, Mir Ḥosayn), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He came from Iran to Anatolia (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 269).

[Gazâlî, Delü Birader Mehmed b. Durmuş (Ḡazāli, Delu Berādar Moḥammad b. Durmuš), (d. 941/1535). The author of the Laṭā’ef in Persian. He also wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, pp. 426-27; DAF, VI, p. 625)].

[Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev I b. Kılıç-Arslan II (Ḡeyāṯ-al-Din Kayḵosrov b. Qele≈-Arslān II, (r. 1192-1196, 1205-1211, d. 607/1211). Saljuq Sultan. He wrote robāʿis in Persian (Ebn-Bibi/Turk. tr., I, pp. 111-13; Riāḥi, pp. 35-37; A. Sevim, in DİA, XXV, pp. 347-49)].

[Gıyaseddin b. Muhammed-i Sirefî-i Isfahânî (Ḡeyāṯ-al-Din b. Moḥammad-e Ṣirafi Eṣfahāni), (d. after 896/1491). Ottoman physician of Iranian origin. He composed the Merāt al-ṣeḥḥat (İTYK, p. 308)].

--- FFF --- Fâ’iz-i Herâtî (Fā’eż Harāti), (d. 1145/1733). Ottoman poet and calligrapher of Iranian origin (Ergun, III, p. 1424; [TDEA, III, p. 149; DAF, VI, p. 631]).

[Fârisî, Mustafa (Fāresi, Moṣṭafā), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 424)].

Fâzıl-ı Enderunî (Fāżel Andaruni), (d. 1225/1810). He wrote poems in Persian (A. C. Yöntem, in İA, IV, pp. 529-31).

Fethullah Katib (Fatḥ-Allāh Kāteb), (d. 10th/16th century). The clerk of Ottoman Sultan Selim (Salim) I (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 289; [DAF, VI, pp. 633-34]).

Fethullah Ârif (Fatḥ-Allāh ʿĀref). See Ârif Fethullah.

[Ferdî, Abdullah b. Mehmed (Fardi, ʿAbd-Allāh b. Moḥammad), (d. 1274/1857). He wrote poems in Persian (DAF, VI, p. 638)].

Ferdî-i Ard (Fardi Ard), (d. 985/1577). Ottaman poet of Iranian origin. He came from Iran to Anatolia (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 272).

[Ferruh, İsmail (Farroḵ, Esmāʿil), (d. 1256/1840). The translator of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi in verse-form (DAF, VI, p. 636]).

[Ferruhî, Mevlânâ (Farroḵi, Mawlānā), (d. after 926/1520). He wrote poems in Persian (DAF, VI, pp. 636-37)].

Firdevsî-i Tevîl or Uzun Firdevsî or Firdevsî-i Rumî (Ferdowsi-ye Ṭawil or Uzun Ferdowsi or Ferdowsi Rumi), (d. 10th/16th century). [The author of the Solaymān-nāma in 360 volumes in Turkish and] the translator of the Jāma-šuy-nāma by Naṣir-al-Din Ṭusi [and Ḥayāt o mamāt (Ḥayāt-nāma)] (Bursalı, II, pp. 357-59; M. Fuad Köprülü, in İA, IV, pp. 649-51); [Gelibolulu Muṣṭafā ʿĀli, ed. 1994, pp. 160-61; Orhan F. Köprülü, in DİA, XIII, pp. 127-29]).

[Feridun b. Ahmed-i Sipehsâlâr (Faridun b. Aḥmad Sepehsālār), (d. 8th/14th century). The author of the Resāla-ye Sepehsālār ba manāqeb-e Ḵodāvandegār (ed. Saʿid Nafisi, Tehran, 1325/1946; Turk. tr. Tahsin Yazıcı, as Mevlânâ ve etrafındakiler, Istanbul, 1977; DAF, VI, pp. 643-44)].

Fazlı Ali Çelebi, Kara Fazlı (Fażli ʿAli Čelebi, Qara Fażli), (d. 971/1563). He wrote a naẓira on the Golestān of Saʿdi (Bursalı, II, p. 359; DAF, VI, pp. 664-665).

Fazlı, Fuzûlî-zade (Fażli, Fożuli-zāda), (d. 1014/1605). He wrote poems in Persian (ML, VIII, p. 554).

Fuzûlî, Mehmed (Fożuli, Moḥammad), (d. 988/1556). The author of the ʿAql o ʿašq and the Ḥadiqat al-soʿadā’. He wrote a divān in Persian (M. F. Köprülü, in İA, IV, pp. 686-99; A. Karahan, in DİA, XIII, pp. 240-46).

Firişte-oğlu Abdü’l-Mecid, İzzeddin (Ferešte-oḡlu ʿAbd-al-Majid, ʿIzz-al-Din), ([d. 864/1459-60]). The translator of Fażl-Allāh Ḥorufi’s Jāvidān-nāma ([DAF, VI, pp. 638-39; H. Aksu, in DİA, XIII, pp. 134-35]).

[Figânî (Feḡāni), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 425; DAF, VI, p. 647)].

[Fikr-i İstikbâl (Fekr Esteqbāl). Persian newspaper printed in Istanbul (DAF, VI, p. 648)].

[Fakrî, Ahmed (Faqri, Aḥmad), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 424)].

[Fikrî b. Tevîl Sinan, (Feqri b. Tawil Senān), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 425)].

[Fakihî (Faqihi), (d. 9th/15th century). He wrote many poems in Persian (Süleymaniye Library, Hacı Mahmud Efendi, no. 3296; Kartal, 1999, p. 394)].

[Fevzî, İskilibî (Fawzi, Eskilibi). The author of the Mofaṣṣal-e qawāʿed-e Fārsi (Kastamonu, 1320)].

Fevzî, Mehmed (Fawzi, Moḥammad), (d. 1318/1900). The author of the Šamʿ o Parvāna (Süleymaniye Library, Fatih, no. 4002). He wrote a naẓira on the Golestān of Saʿdi and the Bahārestān of Jāmi (Bursalı, I, p. 249).

[Fevrî, Derviş Ahmed (Fawri, Derviš Aḥmad), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (divān, ed. M. Kalpaklı, Istanbul, 1991; Kartal, 1999, pp. 424-25; DAF, VI, pp. 649-50)].

Fehim Efendi, Süleyman (Fahim Efendi, Solaymān), (d. 1262/1846). The translator of Dawlatšāh Samarqandi’s Taḏkerat al-šoʿarā’ and the first part of Ṣā’eb Tabrizi’s divān (Bursalı, II, p. 372; [Bayezid Devlet Library, Veliyüddin Efendi, no. 3302, folls. 1a-596a; DAF, VI, pp. 653-54]).

Fehim-i Kadim, Mustafa Çelebi (Fahim Qadim, Moṣṭafā Čelebi), (d. 1038/1648). He wrote gazals in Persian (Bursalı, II, p. 365; DAF, VI, p. 653).

Feyzullah Efendi, [Hacı, Erzincanî] (Fayż-Allāh Efendi, Ḥājji, Erzenjāni), (d. 1323/1905). The commentator of ʿAṭṭār’s Pand-nāma (Bursalı, I, p. 396).

[Feyzî (Fayżi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 425)].

[Feyzî, Hasan b. Abdullah, Simkeş-zade (Fayżi, Ḥasan b. ʿAbd-Allāh, Simkeš-zāda), (d. 1102/1690-91). He wrote poems in Persian (DAF, VI, p. 654-55)].

Feyzî Efendi, Muallim Ahmed (Fayżi Efendi, Moʿallem Aḥmad), (d. 1328/1910). The author of the Zebān-ı Fārs^ (Istanbul, 1304), the İlāveli uṣul-i Fārs^ (Istanbul, 1307) and the Moḵtaṣar uṣ¨l-i Fārs^ (Istanbul, 1308). He wrote a divān in Persian and dictionaries in Persian-Turkish and Turkish-Persian. He was from Tabriz (ML, IV, p. 628; [DAF, VI, pp. 49-50, 119]).

--- QQQ --- [Kasım b. Mahmud Karahisarî (Qāsem b. Maḥmud Qara-ḥeṣāri), (d. 891/1486). The translator of Najm Dāya’s Merṣād al-ʿebād under the title of Eršād al-moluk (or Morād-nāma) (DAF, VI, pp. 658-59)].

[Kadı-zade, Selâhaddin Musa b. Mehmed b. el-Kadı Mahmud er-Rumî (Qāżi-zāda, Ṣalāḥ-al-Din M¨sā b. Moḥammad b. al-Qāẓi Maḥmud al-Rumi), (d. 835/1432). The author of the Resāla fi’l-mesāḥa and the Resāla fi esteḵrāj ḵaṭṭ naṣf al-nahār wa samt al-qebla (OMLT, I, p. 5; OALT, I, pp. 5-9; DAF, VI, pp. 659-60)].

[Kadı-zade, Zâhirüddin Kebir b. Üveys b. Mehmed Latifî (Qāżi-zāda, Ẓāhir-al-Din Kabir b. Oways b. Moḥammed Laṭifi), (d. 930/1524). The author of the Ḡazawāt-e Solṭān Selim (DAF, VI, p. 626, 659)].

[Kadı Ahmed-i Nigdevî (Qāżi Aḥmad Neḡdawi), (d. 8th/14th century). The author of the al-Walad al-šafiq for Abu Saʿid Ḵān in 733/1332-33 (for unique manuscript see Süleymaniye Library, Fatih, no. 4518; M. A. Köymen, pp. 1-22)].

Kâniʿî-i Tûsî (Qāniʿi Ṭusi, (d. 7th/13th century). The author of the Kalila wa demna and the Saljuq-nāma in verse-form ([Kalila wa demna, ed. Magali Tudova, Tehran, 1358/1979; Köprülü, 1943, pp. 393-97; DAF, VI, pp. 661-62]).

[Kabûlî (Qabuli), (d. 883/1478-79). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian (Kolliyāt-e divān-e Mawlānā Qabuli, faks. ed. İsmail Hikmet Ertaylan, Istanbul, 1948; Kartal, 1999, pp. 399-400; DİA, XXIV, p. 43; DAF, VI, pp. 662-63)].

[Kabûlî Mustafa Efendi (Qabuli Moṣṭafā Efendi), (d. 1124/1712). The author of the Moškel-gošāy, a Persian dictionary(Bursalı, I, p. 150; TDEA, V, p. 66; DAF, VI, p. 663)].

[Kadrî (Qadri), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 438)].

Kul Mesud (Qul Masʿud), (d. 8th/14th century). The translator of the Kalila wa demna [for Umur Bey] (Bursalı, II, p. 305; [DAF, VI, p. 672]).

[Kutbeddin-i Şirazî (Qoṭb-al-Din Širāzi), (d. 710/1310). The author of the Eḵtiyārāt-e Moẓaffari (Ateş, 1945, p. 117; [Riāḥi, p. 121; DAF, VI, pp. 60-61)].

[Kutbeddin Abdü’l-Hayy el-Hüseyin el-Lârî (Qoṭb-al-Din ʿAbd-al-Ḥayy al-Ḥosayn al-Lāri), (d. 976/1568). The author of the Ḥall-e masā’el and the Ḥall-e ʿaqd-e nojum (OALT, I, pp. 153-54)].

[Kıvâmeddin Yusuf b. Hasan el-Hüseynî, Kadı-yı Bağdad (Qewām-al-Din Yusof b. Ḥasan al-Ḥosayni, Qāżi Baḡdād), (d. 922/1516). The author of Taqwim al-kāmel, the Ḡāleb o maḡlub, the Fatḥ-nāma-ye Solṭān Meh3med (Moḥammad), the Aḥkām al-salāṭin and the Naṣāyeḥ al-moluk (OALT, I, pp. 75-76; DAF, VI, p. 670)].

--- KKK --- Kâşifî (Kāšefi), (d. 9th/15th century). The author of the Tawār^ḵ-e āl-e ʿOṯmān [(Gāzā-nāma-ye Rum)] (Uzunçarşılı, II, p. 602; [for the unique manuscript see İstanbul Üniversitesi Library, FY, no. 1388; Tauer, 1932, pp. 94-95; Sobḥāni - Aksu, pp. 601-602; Özgüdenli, p. 441 n. 52;DAF, VI, p. 681]).

Kâmî, Ahmed Çelebi (Kāmi, Aḥmad Čelebi), (d. 987/1579). The traslator of Ḡazāli’s Kimiā-ye saʿādat (Bursalı, II, p. 390).

Kâmî, Mehmed-i Karamânî (Kāmi, Moḥammad Qaramāni), (d. 952/1545). The translator of Jāmi’s Yosuf o Zaliḵā (Bursalı, II, p. 389; DAF, VI, pp. 682-83).

Kerim Efendi, Hoca-zade ʿAbdü’l-Kerîm (Karim Efendi, Ḵʷāja-zāda ʿAbd-al-Karim), (d. 1303/1885). The commentator of the Šifā by Ebn Sinā (Avicenna) and the translator of the Salmān o absāl (Bursalı, II, p. 10; DAF, VI, p. 685).

Keşfî Mehmed Çelebi (Kašfi Moḥammad Čelebi), (d. 931/1524). The author of the ʿAwāmel-e Fors (Qawāʿed-e Fors) (Bursalı, III, p. 122).

[Keşfî (Kašfi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote two divāns, one in Persian and one in Turkish (Kartal, 1999, p. 439)].

Kemal (Kamāl), (d. 895/1489). The translator of the al-Moʿjam fi āṯār moluk al-ʿajam by Fazl-Allāh Qazwini (Bursalı, III, p. 123).

Kemal, Ahmed Paşa (Kamāl, Aḥmad Pāšā), (d. 1304/1886). The author of the Resāla-ye taʿlim-e Fārsi (or Resāla-ye qawāʿid-e Fārsi) (Bursalı, II, p. 396; [DAF, VI, pp. 688-689]).

[Kemaleddin Kâmyâr (Kamāl-al-Din Kāmyār), (d. 7th/13th century). Saljuq amir of Iranian origin. He wrote robāʿis in Persian (Riāḥi, pp. 72-73; DAF, VI, pp. 691-92)].

Kemal Paşa-zade (Kamāl Pāšā-zāda), (d. 940/1534). The author of the Negārestān which was written as a naẓira on Saʿdi’s Golestān [(ed. Mustafa Çiçekler, Istanbul, 1994)]. He also wrote the Daqā’iq al-ḥaqā’iq, a Persian-Turkish dictionary [and Muḥit al-luḡat, an Arabic-Persian dictionary] (Bursalı, I, p. 122; İ. Parmaksızoğlu, in İA, VI, p. 561; [V. L. Ménage, in EI2, IV, pp. 879-881; M. Özkan, in DİA, IX, pp. 111-12; M. Özkan, in DİA, XXV, pp. 238-40; DAF, VI, pp. 386-87, 689-91; Atsız, 1966, pp. 71-112; Idem, 1972, pp. 83-135]).

Kemalî Mehmed Çelebi, Balatî-zade, (Kamāli Moḥammad Čelebi, Bālāti-zāda), (d. 903/1497). The commentator of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi and the translator of Mirḵʷānd’s Rawżat al-ṣafā (Bursalı, III, p. 122; TCYK, I, p. 26).

Kemal-i Tebrizî (Kamāl Tabrizi), (d. 9th/15th century). Sultan Mehmed (Moḥammad) II’s physician of Iranian origin (Uzunçarşılı, II, p. 599).

Kemaleddin-i Burugluvî (Kamāl-al-Din Boroḡluwi), (d. 8th/14th century). The commentator of the Šarḥ-e qaṣida-ye Ebn-al-Fāreż in Persian (Ateş, 1945, p. 125).

--- GGG --- Gülşenî, İbrahim b. Şeyh Muhammed (Golšani, Ebrāhim b. Šaiḵ Moḥammad), (d. 940/1534). He wrote a naẓira on Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi [under the title of Maʿnawi abaut 40,000 couplets]. He also wrote a divān [(about 17,000 couplets)], [Kanz al-jawāher] and the Simorḡ-nāma in Persian (Bursalı, I, p. 19; [T. Yazıcı, 1951; Idem, in EIr., XI, pp. 111-13; H. Konur, 1998; K. Kufralı, in İA, IV, pp. 835-36; Kartal, 1999, p. 435; N. Azamat, in DİA, XXI, pp. 301-304]).

Gülşenî-i Saruhanî (Golšani Ṣāruḵāni), (d. 9th/15th century). He wrote a divān in Persian (Bursalı, II, p. 388; [Divān, ed. E. Farzan, Istanbul, 1980; T. Yazıcı, 1954, pp. 82-137; Idem, in EIr., XI, pp. 113-14;G. Alpay, inEI2, II, pp. 1137-38; H. Aksoy, in DİA, XIV, p. 256]).

Gülşehrî, [Süleyman] (Golšahri, Solaymān), (d. after 717/1317). The author of the Falak-nāma and ʿAruz-e Golšahri. He also translated ʿAṭṭār’s Manṭeq al-ṭayr (Manṭeq al-ṭayr,ed. A. S. Levend, Ankara, 1957; Falak-nāma, ed. and Tur. tr. S. Kocatürk, Ankara, 1982; [Kartal, 1999, p. 381; DAF, VI, pp. 713-714; M. Özkan, in DİA, XIV, p. 250-52; EIr., XI, p. 101-102]).

Gençosman, Osman Nuri (Gen≈ʿoṯmān, Oṯmān Nuri), (d. 1975). The translator of Ebn Bibi’s al-Awāmir al-ʿAlā’iyya fi’l-omur al-ʿalā’iyya and Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Robāʿiyyāt.

Gölpınarlı, Abdülbâkî (Golpinarli, ʿAbd-al-Bāqi), (1900-1982). Turkish scholar and translator. He did important research on the Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s and Mawlaviyya order. He also translated Ḵāfeẓ’s divān, ʿAṭṭār’s Manṭeq al-ṭayr and Elahi-nāma, Mawlānā’s Divān-e kabir and Maktubāt, and Solṭān Walad’s Ebtedā-nāma from Persian into Turkish ([Ali Alparslan, Abdülbâki Gölpınarlı, Ankara, 1996; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., XI, p. 100-101; Ö. F. Akün, in DİA, XIV, pp. 146-49]).

Günaltay, Mehmet Şemsettin (Gunaltay, Moḥammad Šams-al-Din), (1883-1961). Turkish sholar and author of the İran Tarihi on ancient Persian history[(I, Ankara, 1948; K. Şahin, in DİA, XIV, pp. 286-88)].

--- LLL --- Lâmiʿî Çelebi (Lāmeʿi Čelebi), (d. 938/1532). [The author of the Loḡat-e manẓoma (Toḥfa-ye Lāmeʿi)]. He translated of Jāmi’s Nafaḥāt al- ons, Salāmān o absāl, [Šawāhed al-nobuwwa], [Nawā’i’s Farhād o Širin, Ahli Širāzi’s Šamʿ o Parvāna], [ʿUnṣori’s] Wāmeq o ʿaḏrā, [Faḵr-al-Din Gorgāni’s] Vis o Rāmin, and [Fattāḥ Nišāburi’s Ḥosn o del] (Bursalı, II, p. 493; [Levend, 1964, pp. 85-111; Kut Alpay, 1976, pp. 73-93; Tezcan, 1976; Tezcan, 1979, pp. 305-45; İ. İ. Öztahtalı, 1997]).

Lebib Mehmed (Lebib Moḥammad), (d. 1284/1867). The translator of Foẓuli’s ʿAql o ʿašq (Ṣeḥḥat o maraż) (Bursalı, II, p. 407).

Latifî-i Dergezînî (Laṭefi Dargazini), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He came from Iran to Anatolia (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 272).

Lâlî Dede (Lāli Dede), (d. 980/1572). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 439).

Laʿlî (Laʿli), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 439).

Le’âlî, [Seyyid] Ahmed [Çelebi b. Mustafa] Efendi (La’āli, Sayyid Aḥmad Čelebi b. Moṣṭafā Efendi), (d. 971/1563). The author of the Qawānin-e ṣarf-e Fārsi (ML, V, p. 785; [DAF, VI, p. 719]).

[Le’âlî (La’āli), (d. 9th/15th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 289; Kartal, 1999, p. 400)].

Lokman el-Aşurî el-Urmevî (Loqmān al-ʿAšuri al-Ormawi), (d. 1010/1601). Ottoman Šāh-nāma-writer of Iranian origin. He wrote the Šahanšāh-nāma, the Solaymān-nāma, the Qiyāfat al-ensāniyya fi šamā’el al-ʿOṯmāniyya and the Honar-nāma (Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi Library, Hazine, no. 1562. See. Karatay, Farsça, pp. 678, 688, 689, 710-12, 733-34).

Livâ’î (Lewā’i), (d. 11th/17th century). The translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Pand-nāma (Bursalı, II, p. 405; [TDEA, VI, p. 96]).

Lugal, Necati (Luḡal, Najāti), (d. 1964). Scholar of Iranian and Arabic studies. He translated Neẓām-al-Din Šāmi’s Ẓafar-nāma [(Ankara, 1949)], Ferdowsi’s Šāh-nāma [(4 vols., Ankara, 1945-1955)], Bayhaqi’s Tāriḵ-e Bayhaqi [(not published)], Dawlatšāh’s Taḏkerat al-šoʿarā’ [(Ankara, 1963)], [ʿAli b. Moluk al-Monši’s Ẓafar-nāma (not published) and Moʿāli’s Ḵonkār-nāma, (not published)] into Turkish. [He also edited Abu Bakr Ṭehrāni’s Ketāb-e Diyārbakriyya (with Prof. F. Sümer, 2 vols., Ankara, 1962) (Neceti Lugal Armağanı, Ankara, 1968, pp. XIII-XVI; [M. Lugal, in DİA, XXVII, pp. 218-19]).

[Leyla Hanım bint Hâmid Efendi, Moralı-zade (Laylā Ḵānom bint Ḥāmed Efendi, Morāli-zāda), (d. 1264/1848). She wrote poems in Persian (Bursalı, II, p. 406; TDEA, VI, p. 87; DAF, VI, p. 732)].

--- MMM --- Mâ’ilî-i İsferâyinî (Mā’eli Esferā’eni), (d. 9th/15th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He came from Iran to Anatolia (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 271).

Mübârizüddîn Mehmed (Mobārez-al-Din Moḥammad), (d. 741/1340). The author of the Tāriḵ-e eqālim-e sabʿa.

[Mecdeddin Ebu Bekir (Majd-al-Din Abu Bakr), (d. 7th/13th century). Saljuq poet of Iranian origin (Riāḥi, pp. 65-66)].

[Mecdeddin Mehmed b. Adnan (Majd-al-Din Moḥammad b. ʿAdnān), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of the Tāriḵ-e Ḵetā o Ḵotan (DAF, VI, p. 236)].

[Mahremî-i Erbilî (Maḥrami Arbili), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote a Šah-nāma in Persian (DAF, VI, pp. 505-506)].

Muharrem Efendi (Moḥarram Efendi), (d. 1000/1591). The translator of Jāmi’s Nafāḥāt al-ons from Persian into Arabic (Bursalı, II, p. 21).

[Mahfî (Maḥfi), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 441)].

Muhammed [b. Muhammad]-i Aksarayî, Cemaleddin (Moḥammad b. Moḥammad Aqsarā’i, Jamāl-al-Din, (d. 791/1388-89). The author of the Šarḥ-e moškelāt al-Qor’ān al-Karim and the Šarḥ-e moškelāt-e al-aḥādiṯ in Pesian (Bursalı, I, p. 265; [M. Öz, in DİA, VII, pp. 308-309]).

[Mehmed Çelebi, Divâne b. Abapuş Veli (Moḥammad Čelebi, Divāna b. Abāpuš Wali), (d. after 951/1544). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 421)].

[Mehmed Efendi (Moḥammad Efendi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 441)].

Mehmed Efendi, Çamçak (Moḥammad Efendi, Čam≈aq), (d. 922/1516). He wrote poems in Persian (DK, I, p. 211; Kartal, 1999, p. 421).

Mehmed Efendi, Altıparmak, [Çıkrıkçı-zade] (Moḥammad Efendi, Altipārmaq, Čeqreq≈i-zāda), (d. 1033/1623-24). The translator of Qāżi Aḥmad Ḡaffāri’s Negārestān and [Mollā Meskin’s Maʿārej al-nobuwwa fi madārej al-fotuwwa under the title of] Dalā’el-e nobuwwat-e Moḥammadi wa šamā’el-e fotuwwat-e Aḥmadi (Bursalı, I, p. 212; TCYK, I, p. 391;J. Schacht, in EI2, I, p. 423; Storey, I, p. 1114; [DAF, VI, pp. 8-9]).

[Mehmed Efendi b. Mustafa Efendi, Bostan-zade (Moḥammad Efendi b. Moṣṭafā Efendi, Bustān-zāda), (d. 1006/1597-98). He wrote poems in Persian (Bursalı, I, p. 256; TDEA, I, p. 458; Kartal, 1999, p. 417)].

Mehmed Efendi, Dülbendçi-zade (Mohammad Efendi, Dolband≈i-zāda), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote a nażira on the Lojjat al-asrār of Jāmi (Bursalı, II, p. 173; [Kartal, 1999, p. 441]).

Mehmed Efendi, [Riyazî] (Moḥammad Efendi, Riyāżi), (d. 1054/1644). The author of the Żorub-e amṯāl-e Fārsi (Bursalı, II, pp. 183-84).

Mehmed Efendi, Kecî (Moḥammad Efendi, Kaji), (d. 1065/1654). The commentator of Jāmi’s works (ML, VIII, p. 54).

Mehmed el-Defterî, Ebu’l-Fazl, [b. İdris-i Bidlisî] (Moḥammad al-Daftari, Abu’l-Fażl b. Edris Bedlisi), (d. 982/1574). The translator of the Ḵolāsa-ye tāriḵ-e Waṣṣāf, the Ḏaḵira-ye Ḵʷārezmšāhi and the Aḵlāq-e moḥseni. He wrote naẓira on Ḥāfeẓ’s poems (Bursalı, III, p. 8, [245; DİA, X, pp. 356-57; Özgüdenli, p. 444]).

Mehmed Dost-Ali, Kadı (Moḥammad Dust-ʿAli, Qāżi), (d. 8th/14th century). The author of the Zobdat al-tajwid in Persian.

Mehmed [Bey] b. Ahmed Bey Mirza (Moḥammad Bey b. Aḥmad Bey Mirzā), (d. after 1078/1667). The translator of Šaraf Ḵān Bedlisi’s Šaraf-nāma (Bursalı, III, p. 72; [Karatay, Türkçe, I, p. 244; TCYK, I, p. 322; Babinger, 1992, pp. 246-47; Storey/Bregel, II, pp. 1099-1100; B. Kütükoğlu, in İA, XI, pp. 427-29; S. Naficy, in EI2, I, pp. 1208-1209; E. Glassen, in EIr., IV, pp. 76-77]).

Mehmed b. Hacı Süleyman, Efe-zade (Moḥammad b. Ḥājji Solaymān, Efe-zāda), (d. 9th/15th century). The commentator of Naṣir-al-Din Ṭusi’s Bist bāb dar osṭorlāb (Bursalı, III, p. 252; [Storey, II/1, p. 54; OALT, I, p. 61]).

Mehmed b. Bedreddin [Münşî] (Moḥammad b. Badr-al-Din Monši), (d. 1000/1591). The author of the Maṯnā wa maṯlaṯ dar-loḡat-e Fārsi (Bursalı, II, p. 20).

[Mehmed Emin b. Mirza Bey (Moḥammad Amin b. Mirzā Bey), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 442)].

Mehmed [Emin] b. Hacı Halil (Moḥammad Amin b. Ḥājji Ḵalil), ([d. 9th/15th century]). The author of the Tāriḵ-e āl-e ʿOṯmān in Persian (Bib. Nat., Supp. Per., no. 1394; [DAF, VI, p. 236]).

Mehmed b. Hacı İlyas (Moḥammad b. Ḥājji Elyās), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of [the al-Toḥfat al-hādiyya], a Persian dictionary (Bursalı, II, p. 21; [DAF, VI, pp. 240-41]).

Mehmed b. Hüseyin (Moḥammad b. Ḥosayn), (d. 11th/17th century). The translator of ʿAli b. Šehāb-al-Din Hamadāni’s Ḏaḵirat al-moluk (Bursalı, III, p. 142, 181).

Muhammed b. el-Hüseyin el-Muʿinî (Moḥammad b. al-Ḥosayn al-Moʿini), (d. 8th/14th century). The author of the Bešā’er al-naṭā’er (Ateş, 1945, p. 112).

Mehmed b. Mustafa b. eş-Şeyh Lütfullah, Deşisî (Moḥammad b. Moṣṭafā b. al-Šaiḵ Loṭf-Allāh, Dašiši), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of the Toḥfat al-saniyya elā ḥażrat al-Ḥosayniyya (known as Loḡat-e Dešiši), a Persian-Turkish dictionary (Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi Library, III. Ahmed, no. 2755; Bağdad, no. 373, 374; Bursalı, I, p. 306; [DAF, VI, p. 727]).

[Mehmed Daniş (Moḥammad Dāneš), (d. 13th/19th century). He wrote poems in Persian (İstanbul Üniversitesi Library, TY, no. 1478)].

[Mehmed Saʿid b. Yahya Efendi el-Muzavvirî (Moḥammad Saʿid b. Yaḥyā Efendi al-Mozawweri), (d. 13th/19th century). The author of the Golzār on ethics in verse-form in 1282/1865 (For autograph see Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Ms. Orient. Oct. 1916; VOHD, XIV/1, pp. 1-2 no. 1)].

Mehmed Reşid Çelebi (Moḥammad Rašid Čelebi). The translator of the Resāla-ye Faridun b. Aḥmad Sepehsālār (TCYK, I, p. 506).

Mehmed Refiʿ Efendi, Seyyid (Moḥammad Rafiʿ Efendi, Sayyid), (d. 1224/1809). The author of the Sefāret-nāme-i İrān (TCYK, I, p. 769; Bursalı, III, p. 190).

[Mehmed Şevket Efendi (Moḥammad Šewket Efendi), (d. 1285/1868-69). The author of the Sonbolestān, a naẓira on the Golestān of Saʿdi in Persianand the Aṯar-e Šewket, a Persian-Turkish-Arabic dictionary (TCYK, I, p. 769; Bursalı, III, p. 190; DAF, VI, pp. 523-24)].

Mehmed [b. Abdullah], Rodosî-zade (Moḥammad b. ʿAbd-Allāh, Rodusi-zāda), (d. 1113/1701). The translator of Neẓāmi’s Ḵamsa and ʿUrfi Širāzi’s qaṣidas (Bursalı, I, p. 315).

Muhammad [b.] Gazi el-Malatyavî (Moḥammad b. Ḡāzi al-Malaṭyawi), (d. after 607/1210). The author of the Moršed al-kottāb, the Rawżat al-ʿuqul and the Barid al-saʿāda (Ateş, 1945, p. 104; [İbrahim Düzen, Muhammed b. Gâzî Malatyavî ve eseri Ravzat al-ʿukûl, 2 vols., Ph.D. diss., Atatürk Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Erzurum, 1978; Barid al-saʿāda, ed. Moḥammad Širvāni, Tehran, 1351/1972; Riāḥi, p. 69; DAF, VI, pp. 622-23]).

Mehmed Subhî (Moḥammad Ṣobḥi), (d. 1183/1790). The translator of the al-Moʿjam fi tāriḵ moluk al-ʿajam (TCYK, I, p. 319).

Mehmed Tahir b. Şeyh Nurullah en-Necibî (Moḥammad Ṭāher b. Šaiḵ Nur-Allāh al-Najibi). The translator of Ḵʷāndamir’s Ḥabib al-siar (Bursalı, III, p. 139).

Mehmed b. Abdü’r-Resûl-i Berzencî (Moḥammad b. ʿAbd-al-Rasul Barzanji), (d. 1103/1691). The translator of the al-Jāneb al-ḡarbi fi ḥall moškelāt Ebn-al-ʿArabi by [Abu’l-Fatḥ] Moḥammad b. Moẓaffar[-al-Din Moḥammad Šaiḵ Makki] from Persian into Arabic (Bursalı, II, p. 27).

[Mehmed Fevzî-i Mostarî (Moḥammad Fawzi Mostāri), (d. 1160/1747). The author of the Bolbolestān (Bolbolestān, Istanbul, 1312; H. Algar, in EIr., IX, pp. 571-72; DAF, VI, p. 197, 652)].

Mehmed Feyzî ez-Zahâvî es-Süleymaniyevî (Moḥammad Fayżi al-Zahāwi al-Solaymāniyawi), (d. 1308/1890). He wrote poems in Persian (Bursalı, I, p. 322).

Mehmed Kâmî, Karabağlı (Moḥammad Kâmî, Qarabāḡli), (d. 10th/16th century). The translator of Jāmi’s Yusof o Zaliḵā (ML, VIII, p. 544).

Mehmed Muhteşem, Şaban-zade (Moḥammad Moḥtašam, Šaʿbān-zāda), (d. 1104/1692). The author of the Maẓaher al-aškāl fi bayān loḡat al-Maṯnawi (Bursalı, II, p. 262; [DAF, VI, pp. 514-515]).

Mehmed Muhsin Bey (Moḥammad Moḥsen Bey), (d. 1314/1896-97). The translator of the Anwār-e sohayli (Bursalı, III, p. 147).

[Mehmed b. Mahmud b. Ömer el-Edirnevî (Moḥammad b. Maḥmud b. ʿOmar al-Edernawi), (d. after 879/1474). The author of the Resāla fi robʿ al-dā’era (OALT, I, pp. 38-39)].

Mehmed Murad Nakşibendî (Moḥammad Morād Naqšbandi), (d. 1264/1848). [The author of the Šarh3-e qawāʿed-e Fārsiyya (Istanbul, 1249) and] the translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Pand-nāma [(Istanbul, 1252)] (Bursalı, I, p. 169; [DAF, VI, p. 789]).

[Hâkim Mehmed Murad b. Halil Efendi, Seyyid (Ḥākem Moḥammad Morād b. Ḵalil Efendi, Sayyid), (d. 1184/1770). The author of the Qawāʿed-e Fors and the commentator of the divān by Šawkat Boḵāri and a qaṣida by ʿUrfi Širāzi (Bursalı, II, p. 142; M. İlgürel, in DİA, XV, pp. 189-90)].

Mehmed Maʿrûf [b. Mehmed Şerif] (Moḥammad Maʿruf b. Moḥammad Šarif), (d. 1002/1593). The translator of the Rašaḥāt ʿayn al-ḥayāt (Bursalı, II, p. 22; TCYK, I, p. 496; [DAF, VI, p. 758]).

[Mehmed Mihrî (Moḥammad Mehri). The translator of Mirzā Mahdi Ḵān’s ʿArus-nāma (n. d.)].

Mehmed [Nebiyye] (Moḥammad Nabiyya). The translator of [Fażl-Allāh b. Ruzbehān’s] Tāriḵ-e ʿālam-ārā [-ye Amini] (Bursalı, III, p. 172).

Mehmed Nihalî (Moḥammad Nehāli). The author of the Dastur-e zabān-e Fārsi in Arabic (Süleymaniye Library, Tarlan Kitapları, no. 34, 54).

Mahmud-i Hulvî, Cemaleddin (Maḥmud Ḥolwi, Jamāl-al-Din). See Hulvî, Cemaleddin Mahmud.

[Mehmed Vehbi-i Konevî (Moḥammad Wahbi Qunawi). The commentator of Ḥāfeẓ’s divān (Istanbul, 1288)].

Mahmud b. Edhem (Maḥmud b. Adham), (d. after 896/1491). The author of the Meftāḥ al-loḡa (Loḡat-e Fors) [(DAF, VI, p. 818)].

Mahmud Dede, [Mevlevî, Mesnevi-hân] (Maḥmud Dede, Mawlawi, Maṯnawi-ḵʷān), (d. 998/1589). The translator of ʿAbd-al-Wahhāb Hamadāni’s Ṯawāqeb al-manāqeb (TCYK, I, p. 470).

[Mahmud b. Abdü’l-Aziz b. Abdü’l-Kadir-i Merâgî (Maḥmud b. ʿAbd-al-ʿAziz b. ʿAbd-al-Qāder Marāḡi), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of Maqāṣed al-adwār (MLT, pp. 25-26)].

Mahmud b. Kadı-yı Manyas (Maḥmud b. Qāżi Manyās), (d. 9th/15th century). The translator of Saʿdi’s Golestān in 833/1430 for Ottoman Sultan Murad (Morād) II ([ed. Özkan, Ankara, 1993]; Bursalı, II, p. 15).

[Mahmud b. Mehmed b. Mahmud eş-Şirazî (Maḥmud b. Moḥammad b. Maḥmud al-Širāzi), (d. 932/1525). The commentator of Neẓam-al-Din Aʿraj al-Nišāburi’s al-Šamsiyya fi’l-ḥesāb under the title of Šarḥ-e šamsiyya-ye ḥesāb in Persian (OMLT, I, pp. 54-55)].

[Mahvî, İdris Bey (Maḥwi, Edris Bey), (d. 988/1580). The translator of Hātefi-ye Jāmi’s Ḵosrov o Širin and Laylā o Majnun (DAF, VI, p. 773)].

[Muhyî, Meḥmed (Moḥyi, Moḥammad), (d. 1005/1597). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 445)].

[Muhyî-i Konevî, Şeyh Yahya-zade (Moḥyi Qonawi, Šaiḵ Yaḥyā-zāda), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 445)].

Muhyî-i Gülşenî, [Muhyî Mehmed b. Fethullah b. Ebî Tâlib] (Moḥyi Golšani, Moḥyi Moḥammad b. Fatḥ-Allāh b. Abi Ṭāleb), (d. after 1017/1608). The author of the Manāqeb-e Ebrāhim-e Golšani (ed. T. Yazıcı, Ankara, 1980; Idem, in EIr., XI, p. 113; Idem, in DİA, XXXI, pp. 79-81; Bursalı, I, p. 162; [DAF, VI, pp. 774-76]).

[Muhyî, Muhyiddin b. Ali Çelebi (Moḥyi, Moḥi-al-Din b. ʿAli Čelebi), (d. 954/1547). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 445)].

[Muhyiddin Efendi (Moḥi-al-Din Efendi), (d. 13th/19th century). The author of the İrān coḡrāfyāsı in Turkish (Bursalı, III, p. 320).

[Muhyiddin Mehmed b. Hacı Atmaca el-Kâtib (Moḥyi, Moḥi-al-Din Moḥammad b. Ḥājji Atmaca al-Kāteb), (d. after 899/1494). The translator of Ḵayr-al-Din Ḵalil b. Ebrāhim’s Meftāḥ-e konuz wa meṣbāḥ-e romuz (OMLT, I, p. 31)].

[Müderris, Yahya b. Ömer Efendi (Modarres, Yaḥyā b. ʿOmar Efendi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 447)].

[Muradî, Sultan III. Murad b. II. Selim (Morādi, Sultan Morād III b. Salim II), (r. 1574-1595, d. 1003/1595). Ottoman sultan. He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 446; B. Kütükoğlu, in DİA, XXXI, pp. 172-76)].

Muradî-i Bistâmî (Morādi Besṭāmi), (d. 970/1562-63). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 273; [TDEA, VI, p. 443; Kartal, 1999, p. 446]).

[Mercimek Ahmed b. İlyas (Merjemek Aḥmad b. Elyās), (d. after 835/1432). The translator of Qābus b. Vahšmgir’s Qābus-nāma (ed. Orhan Şaik Gökyay, Ankara, 1944; Bursalı, III, p. 154; TDEA, VI, 267; DAF, VI, pp. 792-93)].

Musafir b. Nâsır el-Malatyavî (Mosāfer b. Nāṣer al-Malaṭyawi, (d. 8th/14th century). The collector of the Anis al-ḵalwa wa jalis al-salwa, a poem anthology ([See Süleymaniye Library, Ayasofya, no. 1670]; Ateş, 1945, pp. 128-31).

Mesihî (Masiḥi), (d. 918/1512). He wrote poems in Persian ([Divān, ed. Mine Mengi, Mesîhî divânı, Ankara, 1995]; DK, I, p. 87; [Kartal, 1999, p. 442]).

Mustafa Çelebi, Celâl-zade Koca Nişancı (Moṣṭafā Čelebi, Jalāl-zāda Quja Nešānji. See Celâl-zade Koca-Nişancı Mustafa.

[Mustafa Çelebi b. Kâf Ahmed Çelebi, Kâf-zade (Moṣṭafā Čelebi b. Kāf Aḥmad Čelebi, Kāf-zāda), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 446)].

Mustafa, Hacı (Moṣṭafā, Ḥājji), (d. 11th/17th century). The translator of the Mofid al-ʿulum wa mobid al-homum by Zakariyā b. Moḥammad al-Ḡaznawi (Bursalı, I, p. 147).

Mustafa, Hüsam-zade (Moṣṭafā, Ḥosām-zāda), (d. 893/1488). The author of the al-Resāla al-šawqiyya [(Bursalı: al-Resāla al-zawqiyya)] in Arabic-Persian (Bursalı, I, p. 275).

Mustafa b. Hasan-şah (Moṣṭafā b. Ḥasan-šāh), (d. 10th/16th century). The translator of Mirḵʷānd’s Rawżat al-ṣafā (TCYK, I, p. 77; [Bursalı, III, p. 140; DAF, VI, p. 804]).

Mustafa b. Hayreddin [b. Ahmed, Muslihuddin] (Moṣṭafā b. Ḵayr-al-Din b. Aḥmad, Moṣleḥ-al-Din), ([d. 1025/1616]). The translator of Ḥosayn Ḵʷārezmi’s Naṣeḥat-nāma-ye šāhi and Šaiḵ Moḥammad Qazwini’s Manāqeb-e mašāyeḵ-e Naqšebandiyya (Bursalı, II, p. 24; [DAF, VI, p. 810]).

Mustafa Rahimî Efendi (Moṣṭafā Raḥemi Efendi), (d. 1164/1751). The author of the Sefāret-nāme-i İrān in Turkish (TCYK, I, p. 773).

Mustafa b. Şeyh Abdu’r-Rahman (Moṣṭafā b. Šaiḵ ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān), (d. 11th/17th century). The translator of Qāżi Bayẓawi’s Neẓām al-tawāriḵ (TCYK, I, p. 79).

Mustafa İlmî b. İbrahim (Moṣṭafā ʿElmi b. Ebrāhim), (d. 1207/1792). The author of the Toḵfat al-eḵwān, a Persian-Turkish dictionary (Karatay, Türkçe,II, p. 37; [Bursalı, II, p. 32]).

Mustafa Fâris (Moṣṭafā Fāres), (d. 10th/16th century). The translator of Šokr-Allāh’s Bahjat al-tawāriḵ (TCYK, I, p. 82).

Mustafa b. Mehmed b. Yusuf, İnegöllü (Moṣṭafā b. Moḥammad b. Yusof, Inegullu), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of the Jāmiʿ al-Fors,a Persian-Turkish dictionary ([Bursalı, II, p. 261 n. 1]; TEA, I, p. 262).

Mostafa Nazif Efendi (Moṣṭafā Naẓif Efendi), (d. 1168/1755). The author of the Sefāret-nāme-i İrān in Turksh (Unat, p. 84; TCYK, I, p. 773).

[Muslihuddin-i Lârî, Muhammed b. Salâh b. Celâleddin b. Kemaleddin (Moṣleḥ-al-Din Lāri, Muḥammad b. Ṣalāḥ b. Jalāl-al-Din b. Kamāl-al-Din), (d. 980/1572). The author of the Merāt al-adwār wa merqād al-aḵbār, the Merāteb-e mawjudāt, the Su’āl wa jawāb-e falak and the commentator of ʿAli Quš≈i’s Resāla dar ʿilm-e hay’a in Persian (OALT, I, pp. 179-81; Özgüdenli, p. 417; DAF, VI, pp. 777-78)].

[Müslimî b. Emrullah Çelebi (Moslemi b. Amr-Allāh Čelebi), (d. 994/1586). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 447)].

Musannifek, Alâeddin Ali b. Mecdeddin Mehmed-i Bistâmî or Şâhrûdî. See Alâeddin Ali b. Mecdeddin Mehmed-i Bistâmî or Şâhrûdî.

[Mutiʿî (Moṭeʿi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, pp. 446-47)].

Muzafferüddin Ali b. Muhammed-i Şirazî (Moẓaffar-al-Din ʿAli b. Moḥammad Širāzi), (d. 922/1516). Ottoman scholar of Iranian origin. He composed the Ḥāšiyya-ye ketāb-e Oqlides [and the commentated of Maḥmud Šabestari’s Golšan-e rāz] (ML, IX, p. 113; Sohrweide, 1970, p. 280; [OALT, I, p. 75; DAF, VI, pp. 507-508, 811-12]).

[Maʿsûm, Molla Muhammed (Maʿṣum, Mollā Moḥammad), (d. 1010/1601). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, pp. 440-41)].

[Maʿnevî (Maʿnawi), (d. 9th/15th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin and the author of the Tāriḵ-e fatḥ-e Egriboz.He also composed a naẓira on Neẓāmi’s Maḥzan al-asrār under the title of Maḥzan al-abrār (H. Ritter, 1986, pp. 116-17, 210; Kartal, 1999, p. 268, 401)].

Muʿalî, Mir Seyyid Ali b. Muzaffer-i Tûsî (Moʿali, Mir Sayyid ʿAli b. Moẓaffar Ṭusi), (d. 9th/15th century). The author of the Ḵonkār-nāma (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 271; R. Anhegger, pp. 145-66; [Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi Library, Hazine, no. 1417; Karatay, Farsça, p. 59; ed. R. Balata, Istanbul, 1992; M. Lugal, in DİA, XXVII, p. 219]).

[Muallim Cevdet (Moʿallem Jewdet). (1883-1935). The translator of Ferdowsi’s Šāh-nāma abbreviated form (Şark “İlyâdâ”sı. Şehnâme, Istanbul, 1928; DAF, VI, pp. 812-13)].

[Muʿinî, Mustafa (Moʿini, Moṣṭafā), (d. 883/1478-79). The commentator Mawlānā Jalal2l-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi under the title of Maṯnawi-ye Morādiyya (ed. Kemal Yavuz, Ankara, 1982).He also wrote ḡazals in Persian(Kartal, 1999, pp. 185-86, 402)].

[Mülhemî, İbrahim-i Erzurumî (Molḵami, Ebrāhim Arzerumi), (d. 1060/1650). The author of Šahanšāh-nāma-ye Morādi, a history of the Ottoman Empire during Sultan Murad (Morād) IV in Persian (DAF; VI, pp. 21-22; C. Woodhead, in DİA, XXI, pp. 323-24)].

[Müneccim Bâlî (Monajjem Bāli), (d. after 886/1481). The author of the Resāla dar ʿilm-e hay’a (OALT, I, p. 42; DAF, VI, p. 824)].

[Müneccim Abdu’r-Rahman (Monajjem ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān), (d. after 916/1510). The author of Taqwim al-tāmm (OALT, I, pp. 66-67)].

[Münirî İbrahim Çelebi, (Moniri Ebrāhim Čelebi), (d. 927/1520-21). He wrote poems in Persian (Flügel, II, p. 619; Bursalı, II, p. 409; Kartal, 1999, p. 447; DAF, VI, p. 826)].

[Münirî (Moniri), (d. 11th/17th century). The author of the Toḥfat al-naṣāyeḥ. He also wrote poems in Persian (DAF, VI, pp. 826-827)].

Müftü-zade Burhan (Mofti-zāda Borhān), (d. 12th/18th century). He wrote poems in Persian (TEA, I, p. 249).

[Mufid (Mofid). The translator of Jāmi’s Lāyeḥāt (Istanbul, 1291)].

Melihî (Maliḥi), (d. 9th/15th century). [Ottoman poet]. He went to Persia and became student of Jāmi, later he returned to Anatolia (See Türk Dili ve Edebiyatı Dergisi, II, pp. 59-72).

[Mevlânâ Celâleddin-i Rumî (Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi), (d. 672/1273). The founder of the Mawlawiyya. The author of the Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawiyya, the Divān-e kabir, the Fihi mā fih, the Majāleṣ-e sabʿa and the Maktubāt (H. Ritter, in İA, III, pp. 53-57)].

Musa b. Hacı Hüseyin-i İznikî (Musā b. Ḥājji Ḥosayn Izniqi), (d. 883/1478). The translator of the Faṣl al-ḵeṭāb by Ḵʷāja Pārsā and the Najāt al-ḏākerin by Abu Bakr b. Moḥammad b. al-Salāmi (Bursalı, II, pp. 13-14).

[Mirza Ağa Han-ı Kirmânî (Mirzā Āqā Ḵān Kermāni), (d. 1314/1896-97). Writer of Iranian origin (DAF, VI, pp. 417-19)].

[Mihrî, Hâce-zade Mihrî-i Kerkükî (Mehri, Ḵʷāja-zāda Mehri Karkuki), (d. 13th/19th century). He wrote a divān in Persian (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Ms. Orient. Oct. 3428; VOHD, XIV/1, p. 310 no. 397)].

Mirza Habib-i Isfahânî (Mirzā Ḥabib Eṣfahāni), (1251/1835-1311/1893). Ottoman writer of Iranian origin. He came from Iran to Istanbul, taught and worked for education and wrote the Ḵaṭṭ o ḵaṭṭaṭān, the Rahbar-e Fārsi,the Dabestān-e Fārsi and the Rahnomā-ye Fārsi (Ārinpur, I, p. 401; ML, V, p. 483; [Iraj Afšār, “Āṯār-e Mirzā Ḥabib-e Eṣfahāni,” Yaḡmā XVI/2, 1342/1963, pp. 80-82; T. Yazıcı, in EIr., XI, pp. 426-27; DAF, VI, pp. 313-17, 377-78, 381-82, 422]).

[Mirza Mahdûm, Muʿineddin Eşref b. Abdü’l-Bâkî (Mirzā Maḥdum, Moʿin-al-Din Ašraf ʿAbd-al-Bāqi), (d. 10th/16thcentury). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin. He wrote a divān in Persian (Kartal, 1999, pp. 443-44)].

Mirim Çelebi, Mahmud b. Mehmed b. Mehmed b. Musa Kadı-zade (Mirem Čelebi, Maḥmud b. Moḥammad b. Moḥammad b. Musā Qāżi-zāda), (d. 931/1525). Ottoman scholar. He composed the Resāla fi’l-robʿ al-mojayyob, the Resāla-ye robʿ-e Jāmiʿa, the Resāla dar maʿrefat-e ʿamal bi’l-robʿ al-šekāzi,the Resāla dar maʿrefat-e ʿamal al-šekāzi, the Resāla dar šekāzi wa zarqāla az-ālāt-e raṣadiyya, the Resāla dar robʿ-e moqanṭarāt and the Ḡāyat al-maʿmul wa nehāyat al-mas’ul in Persian. He also commentated of Uluḡ Beg’s Zijj [under the title of Dastur al-ʿamal wa taṣḥiḥ al-jadwal] in Persian (Bursalı, II, p. 298; [Riāḥi, p. 168; OALT, I, pp. 90-101; DAF, VI, p. 381, 846-48]).

Musacalı-zade Mehmed Said Efendi (Musājali-zāda Moḥammad Saʿid Efendi), (d. 1320/1902). The translator of Moḥtašam Kāšāni’s Bahjat al-šohadā’ (Bursalı, II, p. 41; [DAF, VI, p. 828]).

Müeyyed-zade, Abdu’r-Rahman b. Ali el-Amasî (Mo’ayyed-zāda, ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān b. ʿAli al-Amasi), (d. 922/1516). [Ottoman scholar (H. Aksoy, in DİA, XXXI, pp. 485-86)].

[Meylî, Mehmed b. Ebu’s-Suʿûd (Mayli, Moḥammad b. Abu al-Soʿud), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 443)].

[Meylî, Zekeriya Efendi (Mayli, Zakariyā Efendi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 443)].

Meyhenî, Mehmed b. Abdü’l-Hâlik (Mayhani, Moḥammad b. ʿAbd-al-Ḥāleq), (d. 6th/12th century). The author of the Dastur-e dabiri (ed. Adnan Sadık Erzi, Ankara, 1962; ed. ʿAli Reżā Behābādi, Tehran, 1375/1996).

Mir Kadri-i Şirvanî (Mir Qadri Širwāni), ([d. 10th/16th century]). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 273, 278).

[Mirî, Yahya b Keçe Mir (Miri, Yaḥyā b. Ka≈a Mir), (d. 1008/1599). The translator of Moḥammad ʿAṣṣār Tabrizi’s Mehr o moštari (DAF, VI, p. 848)].

---NNN--- Nâcî, Muallim (Nāji, Moʿallem), (d. 1310/1893). The translator of ʿUbayd Zākāni’s Laṭā’ef (Bursalı II, p. 422; DAF, VI, pp. 813-15).

Nâbî Yusuf [Efendi, Ruhavî] (Nābi Yosuf Efendi, Rohāwi), (d. 1124/1712). He wrote ḡazals in Persian (Bursalı, II, pp. 448-50; DAF, VI, pp. 849-51).

Nâsırî-i Sivasî (Nāšeri Sivāsi), (d. after 699/1299). The author of the Ešrāqāt and the Fotuwwāt-nāma (Ateş, 1945, p. 118; [Kartal, 2002, p. 688; DAF, VI, pp. 851-52]).

Nâsırüddin-i Hoyî (Nāṣer-al-Din Ḵo’i), (d. 7th/13th century). The author of many works in Persian ([İ. Şahin, in DİA, I, pp. 529-30]).

Nâilî Ahmed Efendi, Mirza-zade (Nā’eli Aḥmad Efendi, Mirzā-zāda), (d. 1161/1748). The translator of the al-Jāneb al-ḡarbi fi ḥall moškelāt Ebn-al-ʿArabi [by Abu’l-Fatḥ Moḥammad b. Moẓaffar-al-Din Moḥammad Šaiḵ Makki] and the Mā lā bod li-l-arib men al-mašhur wa’l-ḡarib [and the commentator of the Šarḥ-e loḡat-e Tāriḵ-e Waṣṣāf (Süleymaniye Library, Lala İsmail, no. 542/2]; Bursalı, II, p. 456; Storey, I, p. 270; [Storey/Bregel, II, p. 774]).

[Nâyî Osman Dede (Nā’i ʿOṯmān Dede), (d. 1142/1729). The author of theRabṭ-e taʿbirāt-e musiqi (MLT, pp. 96-97)].

[Nâilî Mustafa Çelebi b. Pirî Halife (Nā’eli Moṣṭafā Čelebi b. Piri Ḵalifa), (d. 1077/1666). He wrote poems in Persian (Divān, ed. Halûk İpekten, Ankara, 1986; DAF, VI, pp. 855-56; A. M. Yeşiloğlu, in DİA, XXXII, p. 315).

[Necâtî Bey (Najāti Bey), (d. 914/1509). He wrote poems in Persian (divān, ed. A. N. Tarlan, Istanbul, 1963 (Persian, pp. 555-57); F. A. Tansel, in İA, IX, pp. 154-56; Kartal, 1999, pp. 402-403; B. A. Kaya, in DİA, XXXII, pp. 477-78)].

[Necm-i Dâye, Necmeddin Ebu Bekir Abdullah (Najm Dāya, Najm-al-Din Abu Bakr ʿAbd-Allāh), (d. 654/1256). The author of the Merṣād al-ʿebād (ed. Moḥammad Amin Riāḥi, Tehran, 1352/1973), the Marmuzāt-e asadi dar mazmurāt-e Dāwudi (ed. Moḥammad Reża Šafiʿi Kadkani, Tehran, 1352/1973) and the ʿAšq o ʿaql (ed. Ḥmid Ḥamid, Tehran, 1344/1965; ed. Taqi Tafażżoli, Tehran, 1345/1966) (DAF, VI, pp. 604-605, 793-95, 796-97, 860-62)].

Nahifî, Süleyman [Mehmed b. Abdu’r-Rahman] Efendi (Naḥifi, Solaymān Moḥammad b. ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān Efendi), (d. 1151/1738). The translator of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi in verse-form (Bursalı, II, p. 455; DAF, VI, pp. 862-63).

[Nedim, Ahmed b. Mehmed Bey (Nadim, Aḥmad b. Moḥammad Bey), (d. 1143/1730). He wrote poems in Persian (Divān, ed. A. Gölpınarlı, Istanbul, 1951; ed. M. Macit, Nedim Divanı, Ankara, 1997; DAF, VI, pp. 863-64; F. A. Tansel, in İA, IX, pp. 169-74; M. Macit, in DİA, XXXII, p. 510-13)].

Nergisî Mehmed Efendi (Nargesi Moḥammad Efendi), (d. 1044/1634). The translator of Ḡazāli’s Kimiā-ye saʿādat (Bursalı, II, p. 440).

Nüzhet Ömer [Efendi, Urfalı] (Nuzhat ʿOmar Efendi, Urfalı), (d. 1192/1778). The translator of the Marzbān-nāma and Moḥammad Qāsem’s Tanbihāt al-monajjemin (Bursalı, II, p. 460; TEA, III, p. 921).

Nesimî, Seyyid Ömer İmadeddin (Nasimi, Sayyid ʿOmar ʿEmād-al-Din), (d. 820/1417). He wrote two divāns, one in Persian and one in Turkish (Bursalı, II, p. 432; Kartal, 1999, pp. 384-85).

[Nişânî (Nešāni), (d. 975/1568). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 449)].

[Nisârî (Neṣāri), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 448)].

Nasuh [b. Abdullah] Nevâ’î-i Akhisarî (Naṣuḥ b. ʿAbd-Allāh Nawā’i Āqḥeṣāri), (d. 1003/1594-95). The translator of Kāšefi’s Aḵlāq-e moḥseni and Ḡazāli’s Kimiā-ye saʿādat. He also wrote poems in Persian (Bursalı, II, p. 43; [Kartal, 1999, pp. 447-48; DAF, VI, p. 881]).

[Nâsırüddin-i Sivasî b. İbrahim b. Abdullah-ı Sicistânî (Nāšer-al-Din Sivāsi b. Ebrāhim b. ʿAbd-Alāh Sejestāni), (d. after 671/1272). The author of the Daqā’eq al-ḥaqā’eq (Kartal, 2002, p. 688; DAF, VI, p. 868)].

[Nizameddin Ahmed-i Erzincanî (Neẓām-al-Din Aḥmad Arzenjāni), (d. 7th/13th century). Saljuq clerk and poet. He wrote poems in Persian (Riāḥi, pp. 62-65; Meftāḥ-Wali, p. 113)].

[Nizameddin Abdü’l-Alâ b. Mehmed b. Hüseyin el-Bircendî (Neẓām-al-Din ʿAbd-al-ʿAlā b. Moḥammad b. Ḥosayn al-Birjandi), (d. 934/1527-28). The author of the Resāla dar abʿād-e ajrām wa ʿajā’eb-e belād, the Resāla-ye hay’at, the Resāla dar maʿrefat-e taqwim and the Toḥfa-ye Salimiyya in Persian. He also commentated Naṣir-al-Din Ṭusi’s Bist bāb dar maʿrefat-e osṭorlāb, Taḥrir al-majasṭi and Taḏkera and Uluḡ Beg’s Zijj in Persian (C. Aydın-G. Aydın, in DİA, VI, p. 186; OALT, I, pp. 101-11; DAF, VI, p. 242)].

Nazmi, Mehmed (Naẓmi, Moḥammad), (d. 1112/1700). The translator of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi (Bursalı, I, p. 175; [DAF, VI, p. 873]).

Nizami-i Konevî (Neẓāmi Qunawi), ([d. 874-78/1469-73]). He composed taḵmes on ḡazals of Ḥāfeẓ. He also wrote poems in Turkish, Persian and Arabic (Bursalı, II, p. 434; Sohrweide, 1970, p. 288; [Divān, ed. H. İpekten, Ankara, 1974; Sehi Beg, 1978, pp. 194-95; Laṭifi, ed. M. İsen, pp. 361-63. Ḥasan Čelebi, II, pp. 993-96; Moṣṭafā b. Jar-Allāh Bayāni, pp. 295-96. Gelibolulu Moṣṭafā ʿĀli, 1994, pp. 146-47; ʿĀšeq Čelebi, fol. 136; İpekten, 1958, pp. 63-78; TDEA, VII, 1990, pp. 73-74; A. A. Bilgin, in DİA, XXIV, pp. 453-54; Kersu, 1992; Somunkıran, 1994]).

Nazmi, Edirneli (Naẓmi, Edirnawi), (d. 10th/16th century). The translator of ʿAṭṭār’s Pand-nāma (Kartal, 1999, pp. 143-45; [DAF, VI, pp. 873-74]).

Nazmi Mehmed Bey (Naẓmi Moḥammad Bey), (d. 955/1548). He wrote a supplement to the Resāla-ye ʿAruż of Wahid Tabrizi (Bursalı, II, p. 436).

Nazmi-zade Hüseyin Murtaza Efendi, Bağdadlı (Naẓmi-zāda Ḥosayn Mortażā Efendi, Baḡdādli), (d. 1134/1721). The commentator of the Tāriḵ-e Waṣṣāf (as the Šarḥ-e Tāriḵ-e Wassāf and the Loḡat-e moškelāt-e Waṣṣāf or the Šarḥ-e logat-e Tāriḵ-e Waṣṣāf), and translator of the Qābus-nāma, the Kanz al-ʿārefin [and the Tārik-e Waṣṣāf] (Bursalı, III, p. 154; Storey, II/2, p. 270; [DAF, VI, pp. 875-76; T. Özcan, in DİA, XXXII, p. 461-63]).

Nezir, İbrahim [b. Mustafa] (Naẓir, Ebrāhim b. Moṣṭafā), (d. 1188/1774). The translator of ʿAwfi’s Jāmiʿ al-ḥekāyāt (Bursalı, II, p. 46; DAF VI, p. 876).

Nimetullah [b. Ahmed], Sofyalı (Neʿmat-Allāh b. Aḥmad, Ṣufyāli), (d. 969/1561). The author of a Persian-Turkish dictionary (Bursalı, I, p. 40, 273; DAF, VI, pp. 876-77).

Nimetullah, Mahmud Baba (Neʿmat-Allāh, Maḥmud Bābā), (d. 902/1496). The commentator of the Golšan-e rāz in Persian (Bursalı, I, p. 40).

Naʿim Bey (Naʿim Bey), (d. 1314/1896). The author of the Qawāʿed-e Fārsiyya bar ṭarz-e nuvin (Bursalı, II, pp. 469-70).

[Nutkî (Noṭqi), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 449)].

Nefʿî, Ömer Efendi, Erzurumî (Nafʿi, ʿOmar Efendi, Arzerumi), (d. 1044/1635). He wrote a Persian divān, a part of which was published in the journal Ḵazina-ye fonun (Turk. tr. Ali Nihad Tarlan, Istanbul, 1947; Bursalı, II, p. 441; [TDEA, III, pp. 903-904; DAF, VI, pp. 877-78]).

Nakiyye Şerife Hanım [bint Osman Sâ’ib Efendi] (Naqiyya Šarifa Ḵānom bent ʿOṯmān Ṣā’eb Efendi), (d. 1316/1898). The author of the Loḡat-e Fārsiyya, a Persian dictionary (Bursalı, II, p. 470; [DAF, VI, p. 879]).

Nigârî, Seyyid Mir Hamza (Negāri, Sayyid Mir Ḥamza), (d. 1220/1805-1302/1886). He wrote a divān in Persian (ML, IX, p. 341).

Nevres, Osman [b. Abdullah] (Navras, ʿOṯmān b. ʿAbd-Allāh), (d. 1293/1876). The author of the Resāla-ye aḥwāl o zendegāni-ye Saʿdi and the translator of ʿAbd-Allāh Anṣāri’s Elahi-nāma. He wrote a divān in Persian (Bursalı, II, p. 465; [DAF, VI, p. 882]).

Nevres Kadim, Abdü’r-Rezzak [b. Abdullah] (Navras Qadim, ʿAbd-al-Razzāq b. ʿAbd-Allāh), (d. 1176/1762). He wrote a divān in Persian [and translated the Mabāleḡ al-ḥekam by ʿAbd-Allāh Anṣāri (Mabāleḡ al-ḥekam, Istanbul, 1304]; F. A. Tansel, in İA, IX, p. 231; TEA, III, p. 913; [TDEA, VII, pp. 45-46; DAF, VI, p. 883]).

[Nevʿî, Yahya b. Pir Ali (Nawʿi, Yaḥyā b. Pir ʿAli), (d. 1007/1599). He wrote poems in Persian (divān, ed. Mertol Tulum-M. Ali Tanyeri, Istanbul, 1977; Kartal, 1999, p. 448; DAF, VI, pp. 883-84)].

[Nureddin Hamza b. Abdü’l-Kerim b. Sinan, Leys Çelebi (Nur-al-Din Ḥamza b. ʿAbd-al-Karim b. Sinān, Layṯ Čelebi), ([d. 905/1499-1500]). The author of the Taqwim wa aḥkām-e sāl-e 901, the Taqwim wa aḥkām-e sāl-e 902 and the Taqwim wa aḥkām-e sāl-e 903 (OALT, I, pp. 66-67)].

[Niyazî, İlyas (Neyāzi, Elyās), (d. 914/1508). He wrote two divān one in Persian and one in Turkish (Kartal, 1999, p. 449)].

---OOO--- [Olgun, İbrahim (Olgun, Ebrāhim), (d. 1979). The author of two dictionaries, one in Persian-Turkish and one in Turkish-Persian].

--- VVV --- Van-kulu Mehmed b. Mustafa el-Vanî (Vān-qoli Moḥammad b. Moṣṭafā al-Vāni), (d. 1000/1591). The translator of Ḡazāli’s Kimia-ye saʿādat (Bursalı, II, p. 48; [DAF, VI, p. 888]).

Vâlihî (Wālehi), (d. 10th/16th century). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin (Laṭifi, p. 353; Sohrweide, 1970, p. 276).

[Vâlihî, Kürd-zade (Wālehi, Qord-zāda), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 465)].

[Vaslî (Waṣli), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 466)].

Vusûlî Mehmed Efendi, Molla Çelebi (Woṣuli Moḥammad Efendi, Mollā Čelebi), (d. 998/1589). The translator of ʿIrāqi’s Lamaʿāt and Emām Ṭusi’s Serāj wa’l-wahāj fi’l-laylat al-meʿrāj (Bursalı, II, p. 475; [DAF, VI, pp. 891-92]).

[Vefâyî, Cezerî-oğlu Mahmûd (Wefâ’i, Jazari-oḡli Maḥmud), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 466)].

[Vehbî, Sünbül-zade Mehmed (Wahbi, Sonbol-zāda Moḥammad), ([d. 13th/19th century]). The author of the Toḥfa-ye Wahbi, a Persian dictionary in verse-form (Istanbul, 1197). He commentated Ḥāfeẓ’s divān ([DAF, VI, pp. 896-97]).

[Vehmî-i Amidî, Sâlih b. Yusuf (Wahmi Āmedi, Ṣāleḥ b. Yusof), (d. 1147/1734-35). He wrote a divān in Persian([DAF, VI, p. 897)].

--- HHH --- [Hâtifî, Abdu’r-Rahman (Hātefi, ʿAbd-al-Raḥman), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal 1999, p. 432)].

Hüdâyî, Okçu-zade Mustafa (Hodā’i, Oq≈u-zāda Moṣṭafā), (d. 978/1570). He wrote Robāʿiyyāt in Persian (See Bayezid Devlet Library, Ali Emirî, Manzum, no. 508/2; DK, VI, p. 158; Kartal, 1999, p. 435).

Hezârfen Hüseyin Efendi (Hazārfan Ḥosayn Efendi), (d. 1089/1678). [The author of the Fehres al-arwām, a dictionary on medicals and the Tarjoma-ye loḡāt-e Hendi, a Persian-Turkish dictionary] (Bursalı, III, pp. 243-45; [DAF, VI, pp. 901-902]).

Hümâmî-i İznikî (Homāmi İzniqi), (d. 9th/15th century). The translator of Homām Tabrizi’s Saḥā-nāma. He composed a naẓira on a qaṣida of Salmān Sawaji (Bursalı, II, p. 478; TEA, III, p. 656; [Kartal, 1999, p. 398]).

[Helâkî, Mahmud (Halāki, Maḥmud), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (divān, ed. Mehmet Çavuşoğlu, Istanbul, 1982; Kartal, 1999, pp. 433-34)].

Hilâlî (Helāli), (d. 950/1543). The translator of Wāʿeẓ Kāšefi’s Anwār-e sohayli [in verse form] (Bursalı, II, p. 305; [TDEA, IV, p. 233]).

Hilâlî, Takiyyeci-zade (Helāli, Takiyyaji-zāda), (d. 990/1582). The translator of Moḥammad Hamadāni’s Saʿiyyāt (Bursalı, II, p. 486; TDEA, IV, p. 233).

Hemdemî-i Heratî (Hamdami Harāti), ([d. 10th/16th century]). Ottoman poet of Iranian origin (Sohrweide, 1970, p. 273).

Hevâ’î Mustafa (Havā’i Moṣṭafā), (d. 1017/1608). The commentator of Saʿdi’s Bustān and Golestān (Bursalı, II, p. 488).

--- YYY --- Yâr Ali b. Siyavuş-ı Şirazî (Yār-ʿAli b. Seyāvuš Širāzi), (d. 812/1409). The author of the Ketāb al-maqāṣed al-nājiyya fi mabdā’ wa’l-maʿād in Persian and the translator of ʿErāqi’s Lamaʿāt under the title of Lamaḥāt (Bursalı, I, p. 192; ML, XII, p. 764; [DAF, VI, p. 729, 908]).

[Yâr Ali-i Tebrizî (Yār-ʿAli Tabrizi), (d. 10th/16th century). The author of the al-La’āli for Sultan Selim I in 918/1512 and the Reyāż al-afkār dar tawṣif-e ḵazan o bahār in 926 for Mawlānā ʿAbd-alQāder (Reyāż al-afkār dar tawṣif-e ḵazan o bahār, ed. Naṣr-Allāh Purjawādi, Tehrān, 1382/2003; DAF, VI, pp. 422-423, 907-908)].

[Yazıcı-zade Ali (Yāziji-zāda ʿAli), (d. 9th/15th century). The translator of Ebn Bibi’s Saljuq-nāma with some additions for Sultan Murad (Morād) II (Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi Library, Revan, no. 1390, 1391, 1392; Karatay, Türkçe,I, pp. 201-203; Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Ms. Or. Quart. 1823; Duda, 1935, pp. 19-20; Duda, 1943, pp. 120-40)].

Yahya Efendi, Şeyhü’l-İslâm (Yaḥyā Efendi, Šaiḵ-al-Eslām), (d. 1053/1643). The translator of Kamāl Pāšā-zāda’s Negārestān (Bursalı, I, p. 212; II, p. 498; [Ateş, 1958, p. 100; DAF, p. 910]).

Yahya Tevfik (Yaḥyā Tawfeq), (d. 1206/1791). He wrote poems in Persian (DK, III/2, p. 854; TEA, IV, p. 1206).

Yakub Paşa (Yaʿqub Pāšā), (d. 10th/16th century). The translator of Ḥamd-Allāh Mostawfi Qazwini’s Tāriḵ-e gozida (TCYK, I, p. 99).

[Yakinî (Yaqini), (d. 10th/16th century). He wrote poems in Persian (Kartal, 1999, p. 466)].

Yusuf [-ı Meddâh, Yusuf-ı Erzincanî] (Yusof Maddāḥ, Yusof Arzencāni), (d. 8th/14th century). The author of the Ḵāmuš-nāma ([Köprülü Library, no. 1597, fol. 100-104; Köprülü, 1943, p. 446; Meftāḥ-Wali, pp. 100-102; DAF, VI, pp. 914-15]; Ateş, 1945, p. 120).

Yusuf Dede [b. Ahmed Dede] (Yusof Dede b. Aḥmed Dede), (d. 1080/1669). The commentator of Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi’s Maṯnawi-ye maʿnawi (Agypt, 1289; Bursalı, I, p. 201).

Yusuf [Dede b. Mehmed-i Vardarî], Sinaneddin Sineçâk (Yusof Dede b. Moḥammad Vārdāri, Senān-al-Din Sine≈āk), (d. 953/1546). The author of the Jazira-ye Maṯnawi. He translated the Robāb-nāma in abbreviated form (Bursalı, I, p. 80; [EIr., VII, pp. 202-203; DAF, VI, pp. 272, 486-87]).

Yusuf b. Mehmed (Yusof b. Moḥammad). The author of the Kašf al-asrār ʿalā lesān al-ṭoyur wa’l-azhār (Ateş, 1945, p. 127).

Yusuf b. Nizameddin el-Kırşehrî (Yusof b. Neẓām-al-Din al-Qeršehri), (d. after 813/1410). The author of the Resāla-ye musiqiyya in Persian (Bursalı, III, p. 311;[MLT, pp. 3-4]).

 

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