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Ur - Vurun urumeli şivesinde söylenişi
Ur - Urfa
Ural
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Urumcuk
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Urum dili - Ur ve Kadastro-
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Orhan Gazi - أورخان غازي - Gazi Orhan - Orhan Bey - اورخان یکم
Орхан I - Şücaeddin - Orhan I - اورخان اول - Orhan-ı Evvel - Osman Gazi - Malhun Hatun
Orchan - I Orxan - I Orhan - Orhan I. - Orhan 1. -Orhans I - Orchanes I (sultanus Ottomanicus) - Orhán oszmán szultán - אורהן הראשון - Ορχάν - Архн I - オルハン - 오르한 1세 - สุลต่านออร์ฮานที่ 1 - উসমানীয় - সাম্রাজ্যের - শাহেনশাহ - প্রথম - ওরখান - 奥尔汗一世 -
Erbil was mentioned in Sumerian holy writings of third millennium BC as Urbilum, Urbelum or Urbillum,[7] which appears to originate from Hurrian[8] Arbilum, who inhbited the area.[9] Later, the Akkadians and Assyrians by a folk etymology rendered the name as arba'ū ilū to mean four gods.[8] The city became a centre for the worship of the Assyro-Babylonian goddess Ishtar. In classical times the city became known by its Aramaic name, Arbela. In Old Persian the city was called Arbairā.[10]

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Şablon:Ur - d


Ur - Vurun urumeli şivesinde söylenişi
Ur - Urfa
Ural
Orhan - - Urhan
Urumcuk
Urums - Urumiye - Urumçi - Urumeli
Urum dili - Ur ve Kadastro-
Urum erenleri gittiler Rum diyarına - Pir Sultan Abdal

Kadastro
İbrahim

Orhan Gazi - أورخان غازي - Gazi Orhan - Orhan Bey - اورخان یکم
Орхан I - Şücaeddin - Orhan I - اورخان اول - Orhan-ı Evvel - Osman Gazi - Malhun Hatun
Orchan - I Orxan - I Orhan - Orhan I. - Orhan 1. -Orhans I - Orchanes I (sultanus Ottomanicus) - Orhán oszmán szultán - אורהן הראשון - Ορχάν - Архн I - オルハン - 오르한 1세 - สุลต่านออร์ฮานที่ 1 - উসমানীয় - সাম্রাজ্যের - শাহেনশাহ - প্রথম - ওরখান - 奥尔汗一世 -
Erbil was mentioned in Sumerian holy writings of third millennium BC as Urbilum, Urbelum or Urbillum,[7] which appears to originate from Hurrian[8] Arbilum, who inhbited the area.[9] Later, the Akkadians and Assyrians by a folk etymology rendered the name as arba'ū ilū to mean four gods.[8] The city became a centre for the worship of the Assyro-Babylonian goddess Ishtar. In classical times the city became known by its Aramaic name, Arbela. In Old Persian the city was called Arbairā.[10]

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