Turk or Turkish may refer to:


* Something relating to or from Turkey
* Something relating to or from the Ottoman Empire, the historic empire of Turkish people from the 13th to the early 20th century
* "The Turks", a common abbreviation for the Maumturks, the chain of mountains in the west of Ireland
* The Turks and Caicos Islands, a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean
* Grand Turk Island in the Turks and Caicos Islands


* The Turkic languages family
* The Turkish language

People / Groups

* A member of the Turkic peoples
* A member of the Turkish people
* A citizen or a resident of Republic of Turkey
* A member of a Mestee group living in South Carolina.
* The Göktürks, a Turkic people of ancient Central Asia
* A Muslim subject of the Ottoman Empire, though this use is archaic
* An Azeri in Iran
* The Young Turks, a political party in the late Ottoman Empire
* New Bomb Turks, a garage punk band
* Turks are minor villains in the "Final Fantasy VII" series of games


* Danilo Türk, president of Slovenia
* Turk (rapper), a rapper for the Cash Money Records label, one of the members of the Hot Boys
* Christopher Turk, a character played by Donald Faison on the American sitcom "Scrubs"
* Philippe Liégeois, a comic book artist whose pen name is Turk
* Virgil Sollozzo, a character in "The Godfather" who is nicknamed "The Turk"


* The Turk, a fake chess-playing automaton
* Amazon Mechanical Turk or MTurk, a web service


* Turks, a 1999 TV series starring William Devane
* , an episode of "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles"
** "The Turk" a chess computer from the TV series .

See also

* Turkey (disambiguation)

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  • Turk — Turk, n. [Per. Turk; probably of Tartar origin: cf. F. Turc.] 1. A member of any of numerous Tartar tribes of Central Asia, etc.; esp., one of the dominant race in Turkey. [1913 Webster] 2. A native or inhabitant of Turkey. [1913 Webster] 3. A… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Turk — steht für: Christian Turk (* 1973), ein deutscher Comiczeichner und Buchautor Herwig Turk (* 1964), österreichischer Künstler Horst Turk (1935–2008), ein deutscher Literaturwissenschaftler Rifaat Turk (* 1954), israelischer Fußballspieler,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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