Concept

Gul (name)

Summary
Gul is a common name in Persian (گل Gol) and Turkish (Gül) languages, meaning rose. Gul is used as a family name in Europe, Central and South Asia. It is also a Nordic given name, used in Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian languages as a short form of Guðólfr (Godwulf). The name is also an abbreviation used in the medieval and early modern periods for William (derived from French Guillaume), for example in the signature "Gul: Ebor" for William Dawes, Archbishop of York. Given name Males
  • Gul Bakhsh, Bengali poet
  • Gul Hameed Bhatti, Pakistani journalist
  • Gul Chaman, Afghan prisoner of the United States at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base
  • Gul Haider, Afghan politician
  • Gul Mohammed Jangvi, Afghan Taliban field commander
  • Haji Alam Gul Kuchi, Afghan politician
  • Gul Mohammad, Indian/Pakistani cricketer
  • Gul Mohammed, Guinness world record holder as the shortest human being
  • Gul Mudin (1994–2010), Afghan child premeditatedly murdered by United States troops
  • Gul Rahm
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