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Forename Izet

All over the world, Izet (عزت Iran Egypt Yemen Jordan Iraq, Izet Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo Albania Germany North Macedonia, Изет Uzbekistan Ukraine Russia Kazakhstan Bulgaria) is a common male firstname. Given name Izet is habitual to Bosnia and Herzegovina, where it is quite a common manly name, Palestinian Territory, and Yemen (explore name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country population this name is the most popular in Egypt, Yemen, and Jordan. Very seldom, Izet is the last name as well as a forename.

Transliterations and variants of Izet

عزت Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, Iran, Iraq
Izet Kosovo, North Macedonia, Albania, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Изет Russia, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Uzbekistan, Ukraine
Ізет Kazakhstan, Ukraine

First name Izet in the context

Izet is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Izet Fazlinovich .

First names said to be same

Иззат, Изьет, Изэт, Ізеть, Іззет, and איזט

Notable namesakes

picture of Izet Dibra Izet Dibra Izet Dibra Albanian politician, Albania (b. 1877) link
picture of Izet Curi Izet Curi Izet Curi French grand couturier, France (b. 1948) link
Izet Hajdarhodžić actor (b. 1929) link
Izet Sarajlić Bosnian writer, ba (b. 1930) link
picture of Izet Sheshivari Izet Sheshivari Izet Sheshivari Swiss artist and publisher, CH (b. 1981) link
picture of Izet Hajrović Izet Hajrović Izet Hajrović Bosnian footballer, CH (b. 1991) link
Izet Shehu (b. 1942) link
Izet Alečković (b. 1944) link
Izet Redžepagić Bosnia and Herzegovina footballer, ba (b. 1955) link
Izet Ibrahimi Kosovar politician (b. 1962) link
Izet Mašić (b. 1952) link
Izet Muratspahić (b. 1953) link
Izet Haračić Bobsledder from Bosnia and Herzegovina, ba (b. 1965) link
Izet Nanić Bosnian brigade commander (b. 1965) link
Izet Mexhiti politician, Albania (b. 1977) link
Izet Perviz (b. 1969) link
Izet Masic researcher link
Izet Radjo researcher link
Izet Hima link
Izet Findî link
Izet Duraku link
Izet Malo link
Izet Elshani link
Izet Hdanov (b. 1983) link

Characteristic surnames

Osmanovic, Dizdarevic, Kaya, Torbic, Krasniqi, Ramic, Gashi, and Husic