ds met a little boy who is half Turkish the other day, when you say his name it sounds like I-DEN, but was spelt begining with an A sorry did not take much notice of rest, but thought it was quite nice.
serenity - I have the same problem - All Turkish names sound 'normal' to me. It is only to DH's delicate west european ears that they grate. My DB and American SIL have the same problem in choosing Turkish names for future children.
I met a lovely lad on holiday in Turkey who asked if he could hold my hand (I was 16). His name was Ramazan. I was so young and naive. Happy days. The waiter there had a fab name but have no idea of the spelling. It was pronounced Gyu-can.
WWWW - Tunc (written with a 'c with tail') is a metal alloy. Bronze, I think.
You are thinking of 'Yeter'. It means 'enough' and is very rarely given to (hopefully) last children in remote villages where parents haven't heard of contraception. Horrid name. Imagine going through life with the name 'enough', AND everyone knowing your parents really didn't want to have you as soon as they meet you