Sevda

Meaning : Passion, love, Passion, Love,

Origin : Azerbaijani, Turkish,

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Sevda Expression, Sevda Soul Urge, Sevda Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Sevda:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

additional

Additional information Sevda:

additionalMeans "love" in Turkish and Azerbaijani.

urban

Definition funny of Sevda:

urbanSevda is a Turkish word meaning "Love". It is rarely used nowadays, but is a name given to the most astonishingly beautiful women.

urbanThat girl is sevda!

songs

Songs about Sevda:

songsKara Sevda by Bar?? Manço from the Album Bar?? Manço Forever

songsDelice Bir Sevda by Ege from the Album The Best of Ege - The Mediterranean Voice

songsSevda Çiçe?i by Fikret Kizilok from the Album Zaman Zaman

songs?öyle Yürekli Bir Sevda by Sezen Aksu from the Album Firuze

songsAc? Sevda by Nevzat Soydan from the Album Yar A?lad? Ben A?lad?m

songsAc?l? Sevda by Müslüm Gürses from the Album Müslüm Gürses Box Set

songsAc?l? Sevda by Müslüm Gürses from the Album ?stekleriniz

books

Books about Sevda:

booksSevda Sozleri

booksSevda by Karaslavov Gueorgui (1958)

booksSevda peinde (Turkish Edition) by Hüseyin Rahmi Gürpinar (Sep 16, 2011)

booksSevda Pinarlari by Ali Karancak and Kavim Yayincilik (2012)

booksSevda dolu bir yaz: Oykuler (Edebiyat) (Turkish Edition) by Furuzan (1999)

booksSevda Sozleri by Cemal Süreya (1990)

booksEvladıma Miras Bu Sevda by Bozkurt K. Yýlmaz (Apr 1, 2013)

movies

Movies about Sevda:

moviesGalatasaray Yüzyillik Sevda -

wiki

Wiki information Sevda:

Sevda Alakbarzadeh
Folk Artist, Person, Musician, Musical Artist

Sevda Alekperzadeh is an Azerbaijani female singer. Sevda's grandfather, Abulgasan Alekperzade, is a national writer of Azerbaijan and author of the first Azerbaijani novel written in the Soviet period. Her father, Chingiz Alekperzade, was a...

Sevdalinka
Musical genre

Sevdalinka is a traditional genre of folk music from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sevdalinka is part of the Bosniak culture, but is also popular across the ex-Yugoslavia region, especially in Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. The actual composers...