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List 1: Masculine Names
Abatiy (Abaty)
Aghwrbiy (Agurby; if biy is interpreted as Turkic bey, or bay, the master, or rich man, then this name may not be considered original)
Albech, Albek (Albach, Albak)
Albot (Albot)
Alhx’es (Alkas)
Alhx’o (Alko)

Alijiqwe (Alijiqua)
Amisch (Amish)
Andeimir (Andemir)
Andeimirqan (Andemirkan)
Anzawir (Anzawir)
Anzoriqwe (Anzoriqua)
Areqshu, Ariqshu (Arikshoe)
Ashemez (Ashamaz)
Axwemghwet (Aqua-mguat)
Bagh (Bagh)
Bale (Bala)
Bate (Bata)
Batiy (Batty)
Batirbiy (Batirby)
Bat’e (Bata, the t is followed by a glottal stop)
Bedin (Badin)
Bediniqwe (Badiniqua)
Belatse (Balatsa)
Beletoqwe (Balatoqua)
Beresbiy (Barasby)
Beroqwe (Baroqua)
Betey (Batay)
Betoqwe (Batoqua)
Betrez, Beterez (Batraz, Bataraz; probably not original)
Beizriqwe (Bezriqua)
Beiqan (Baykan)
Beird (Bird)
Biybeird (Bee-bird)
Biybolet (Bee-bolat)
Biylhosten (Bee-lostan)
Blaneshu (Blanashoe; literally: Brave-knight)
Bobe (Boba)
Bolet (Bolat)
Bore (Bora)
Bot (Boat, with no diphthongization)
Bube (Booba)
Bubeird (Boo-bird)
Bile (Bila)
Bilu (Biloo)
Chawis, Kawis (Chawis, Kawis)
Chetsu, Ketsu (Chatsoo, Katsoo)
Ch’ischiqwe, K’ischiqwe (Chishiqua, Kishiqua)
Dat (Dat)
Dawe (Dawa)
Dariqwe (Dariqua)
Debaghwe (Dabagua)
Degwzchey (Daguzhay)
Diyde (Dee-da)
Dox’wshiqwe (Dokshiqua)
Dizchin (Dizhin; literally: silver)
Discheshu (Disha-shoe; literally: Golden knight)
Dzedzu (Dzadzoo)
Dzeghaschte (Dzagashta; literally: that scares the army)
Dzepsch (Dzapsh; literally: prince of the army)
Dzeshu (Dzashoe; literally: army knight)
Dzu (Dzoo)
Dzudze (Dzoodza)
Dzune (Dzoona)
Dzidzu (Dzidzoo)
Foqwe (Foqua)
Ghwaze (Guaza; literally: leading light, beacon)
Ghwch’e, Ghwk’e (Gucha, Guka; literally: blacksmith)
Ghwch’el’, Ghwk’el’ (Guchal, Gukal; literally: blacksmith-man)
Ghwch’eschawe, Ghwk’eschawe (Guchashawa, Gukashawa; literally: blacksmith-lad)
Ghwsch’ine (Gushina; literally: iron-eyed; this is one of the epithets of Nart Sosriqwe
Ghwsch’ipse (Gushipsa; literally: iron-soul)
Hebale (Habala)
Hebashe (Habasha)
Hebexw (Habaku, the u is very short)
Hebiy (Haby)
Hebizh (Habizh)
Hech’ashe, Hek’ashe (Hachasha, Hakasha)
Hegwtsire (Hagutsira)
Hemash (Hamash)
Hemashe (Hamasha)
Hemat’ (Hamat)
Hemat’e (Hamata)
Hemats (Hamats)
Hemit’e (Hamita)
Hemt’ut’ (Hamtut)
Henasch’e (Hanasha)
Henaschx’we (Hanashqua)
Henax’we (Hanaqua)
Hepasch’e (Hapasha)
Hep’at’ (Hapat)
Hep’ot’ (Hapot)
Herebiy (Haraby)
Hesane (Hasana)
Hesansh (Hasansh)
Heschawe (Hashawa; literally: dog-lad)
Hesch’emaxwe (Hashamaqua; literally: happy guest)
Heshir (Hashir; literally: puppy)
Heshore (Hashora)
Hetal (Hatal)
Hetaliy (Hataly)
Hetaw (Hataw)
Hetezchiqwe (Hatazhiqua)
Hetiqe (Hatika)
Hetiqwe (Hatiqua)
Hetize (Hatiza)
Het’ox’wschiqwe (Hatokshiqua)
Hetschiqwe (Hatshiqua)
Hetsile (Hatsila)
Hetsiqe (Hatsika)
Hetsiqwe (Hatsiqua)
Hetsu (Hatsoo)
Hetu (Hatoo)
Het’ut’e (Hatuta)
Hewtiy (Hawty)
Hezeishe (Hazesha)
Janchate, Gankate (Janchata, Gankata)
Jatawe, Gatawe (Jatawa, Gatawa)
Jilax’sten, Gilax’sten (Jilakstan, Gilakstan)
Jirandiqwe, Girandiqwe (Jirandiqua, Girandiqua)
Kitsu (Kitsoo)
Kwrghwoqwe (Kurgoqua)
Kwsh (Kush)
Kwshbiy (Kushby)
Kwshmez (Kushmaz)
Kwshikw (Kushiku)
Lashe (Lasha)
Lawirsen (Lawirsan)
Lemashe (Lamasha)
Lhepsch (Lepsh; name of the god of the blacksmiths in Circassian Pantheon)
Lhosten (Lostan)
Lhostenasch (Lostanash)
Lhostenbiy (Lostanby)
L’if’ (Lif; literally: good man)
L’imaxwe (Limaqua; literally: happy man)
Mamish (Mamish)
Mamishe (Mamisha)
Mamsir (Mamsir)
Mamsriqwe (mamsriqua)
Mariqwe (Mariqua)
Mash (Mash)
Mashe (Masha)
Mat’e (Mata; there is a glottal stop after the t)
Mat’u (Matoo; there is a glottal stop after the t)
Maxwe (Maqua; literally: happy)
Med (Mad)
Men (Man)
Menshaq (Manshak)
Meshiqwe (Mashiqua)
Mile (Mila)
Miqe (Mika)
Misost (Misost)
Mize (Miza)
Mut’e (Muta; there is a glottal stop after the t)
Nal (Nal; literally: horse-shoe)
Nalbiy (Nalby)
Nali (Naly, the y is very short)
Napts’e (Naptsa)
Narich, Narik (Narich, Narik)
Nart (Nart; generic name used in the Nart Legends)
Nartbiy (Nartby)
Nartschawe (Nart-shawa; literally: Nart-lad)
Nartshu (Nart-shoe; literally: Nart knight)
Nasch (Nash)
Naschx’we (Nashqua; literally: grey-eyed)
Natbiy (Natby)
Natrib (Natrib)
Nawirbiy (Nawirby)
Nawriz (Nawriz)
Nax’we (Naqua; this is an ellipsis of the name Naschx’we, Nashqua; literally: grey-eyed)
Nedighe (Nadiga; literally: sun-eye)
Neghwey (Nag-way; literally: Nogay, one of the Turkic tribes in the Caucasus)
Nep’it’ (Napit)
Nerzan (Narzan; some interpretations explain this as Nartsane, wine of the Narts)
Nesren (Nasran)
Nex’wat’e (Naquata)
Nex’wpsch (Nakupsh)
Pagwe (Pagua)
Paq, Paqe (Temiz, Paka; literally: blunt-nosed)
Pariyqe (Paryka)
Pashe (Pasha; literally: leader, he who leads)
P’at’ (Pat)
P’it’u (Pitoo)
Pschibiy (Pshiby)
Pschimaxwe (Pshimaqua; literally: happy prince)
Pschimide (Pshimida; literally: the prince that does not agree)
Pschiqan (Pshikan; literally: foster-child of the prince)
Pschizebiy (Pshizaby)
Psebide (Psabida; literally: strong-souled)
Qaniqwe (Kaniqua)
Qanschawe (Kanshawa; literally: foster-child)
Qanschobiy (Kanshoby)
Qaschx’we (Kashqua; literally: sky-blue)
Qeit (Kayt)
Qeitiqwe (Kaytiqua)
Qex’wn (Kakun)
Qideghaze (Kidagaza)
Qilishbiy (Kilishby)
Qwbatiy (Kubaty)
Qwlhshiqwe (Kulshiqua)
Qwsh (Kush)
Schad (Shad)
Schaqmen (Shakman)
Schebet (Shabat; literally: Sabbath, Saturday)
Schebetiqwe (Shabatiqua; not an original Circassian name; see preceding entry)
Scherel’oqwe (Sharaloqua)
Schewey (Sha-way)
Schihbolet (Shih-bolat)
Schihim (Shihim)
Schiyherbiy (Sheeharby)
Scholex’w (Sholok; this is also a family name, and a breed of Kabardian horses)
Schoqal (Shokal)
Senjeley, Sengeley (Sanjalay, Sangalay; name of a mediaeval Kabardian prince who fought the Tartars)
Serebiy (Saraby)
Sha (Sha)
Shabiyix’w (Shabby-yook)
Shaghir (Shagir; literally: wine)
Shaghirbiy (Shagirby)
Shaps (Shaps)
Shat’ (Shat’, there is a glottal stop after the t)
Shiys (Shees)
Shore (Shora)
Shu (Shoo; literally: horseman)
Shumaf’e (Shoomafa; literally: horseman-fire)
Shumaxwe (Shoomaqua; literally: happy, or lucky, horseman)
Shume (Shooma)
Shupagwe (Shoopagua; blunt-nosed horseman)
Shupashe (Shoopasha; cavalry leader)
Shuqe (Shooka)
Shuwey (Shoo-way; literally: knight, intrepid horseman, Dzhigit)
Sirixw (Siriku; the u is very short; literally: blond)
Sosriqwe (Sosriqua; name of legendary Nart)
Takwu (Takoo)
Tawqan (Tawkan)
Teimbolet (Tembolat)
Teimbore (Tembora)
Teimbot (Tembot)
Teipsiriqwe (Tepsiriqua)
Teirchiqwe, Teirkiqwe (Terchiqua, Terkiqua)
Teiwvezh (Tewvazh)
T’emashe (Tamasha)
Tighwen (Tiguan)
Tighwenbiy (Tiguanby)
T’igwe (Tigua)
Tiqe (Tika)
Tiqire (Tikira)
Tolbiy (Tolby)
Tolhesten (Tolastan)
Toqwe (Toqua)
Tsane (Tsana)
Tsats (Tsats)
Tsatsu (Tsatsoo)
Tsiqire (Tsikira)
Tsu (Tsoo)
Tsumash (Tsoomash)
Tsut’e (Tsoota)
T’ut’ (Tut)
Werdeschawe (Wardashawa)
Werdeschiqwe (Wardashiqua)
Wezirmes, Wezermes (Wazirmas; name of one of the Nart heroes)
Wezirmej, Wezirmeg (Wazirmaj, Wazirmag; name of one of the Nart heroes)
Wezrej, Wezreg (Wazraj, wazrag)
Wezroqwe (Wazroqua)
Wighwrli (Wigurly; the y is very short; literally: kind, good)
Wivzhiqwe (Wivzhiqua)
X’imisch (Kimish)
X’wat’e (Quata)
Xwemghwet (Quamguat)
X’wet (Quat)
Yamdezh (Yamdazh)
Yapenes (Yapanas)
Yedij, Yedig (Yadij, Yadig)
Yelbizdiqwe (Yalbizdiqua)
Yelhqan (Yalkan)
Yeljiriqwe, Yelgiriqwe (Yaljiriqua, Yalgiriqua)
Yelhix’w (Yaliku, very short u)
Yemish (Yamish)
Yeristam (Yaristam)
Yerzhib (Yarzhib; also the name of an old kind of rifle, named after its inventor)
Yetech, Yetek (Yatach, Yatak)
Yex’wl’e (Yakula; literally: successful)
Yinaliqwe (Yinaliqua)
Yinarmes (Yinarmas)
Zawirbiy (Zawirby)
Zeik’we (Zeyqua; literally: campaign)
Zeik’weshu (Zeyqua-shoo; literally: campaign horseman)
Zhaniqwe (Zhaniqua)
Zhanqeit (Zhankate)
Zhansex’w (Zhanseku, the u is very short)
Zhansiyt (Zhanseet)
Zhanteimir (Zhantemir)
Zhantighwen (Zhantiguan)
Zhanx’wet (Zhanquat)
Zhantiy (Zhanty)
Zhebaghi (Zhabagy)
Zhembolet (Zhambolat)
Zhembore (Zhambora)
Zhembot (Zhambot)
Zheriqwe (Zhariqua)
Zhilebiy (Zhilaby)
Zhileghwet (Zhilaguat)
Zhiqwe (Zhiqua)
Zhore (Zhora)
Ziramikw, Zeramikw (Ziramuk, Zaramuk; literally: whom one dare not attack)
Please note that the name ending biy (by), may be Turkic for the master, or probably comes from Turkic bay, prince, rich man.

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