Çelebi (disambiguation)

Çelebi (disambiguation)

Çelebi (also rendered as Čelebi in Bosnian and Chalabi in some Arabic transliterations) is a traditional Turkish honorific, used in the Ottoman period after the given name of a male person and roughly meaning "gentleman", originally indicating nobility but later generalized to well-bred educated men.

It may specifically refer to:



  • Celebi (Pokémon), a Pokémon species


  • Çelebi, a district of Kırıkkale Province of Turkey


  • Çelebi (tribe),


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