Begzada is a Kurdish term that is used to designate a member of the caste of Begzade. Begzade, which literally means princely house, consists of the ruling groups of chief Kurdish tribes. The term itself was also used in Persianate societies as a surname to denote the descendant of a beg[a] and among Balkans subjects (mainly as Begzadić) of the Ottoman Empire.
Social status 
The Begzade as a caste developed in Kurdistan among some of the chief tribes such as those of the Jaffs and the Herkis. Begzada formed the dominant class of the tribe and were primarily tax-exempt landowners. They did not intermarry with socially inferior tribespeople, however, a member of the Begzade could be part of the caste both by kinship ties to the ruling lineage and as one of their retainers.
Other style 
Begzada or Begzadi, Begzada is a son of Beg and Begzadi is a daughter of Beg, Persian patronymic suffix -zāde or -zāda.
See also 
- Jwaideh, Wadie (2006). The Kurdish National Movement: Its Origins and Development. Syracuse University Press. p. 29. ISBN 9780815630937. Retrieved 27 September 2012.
- Mulasmajic, Nusret (2011-05-09). Bosnian-English Dictionary: Turcisms, Colloquialisms, Islamic Words and Expressions. AuthorHouse. p. 25. ISBN 9781463401788. Retrieved 27 September 2012.
- Maarten Martinus van Bruinessen (1978). Agha, shaikh and state: on the social and political organization of Kurdistan. Rijksuniversiteit. p. 80. Retrieved 27 September 2012.
- Tapper, Richard (2012-04-23). Tribe and State in Iran and Afghanistan. Routledge. p. 408. ISBN 9780415610568. Retrieved 27 September 2012.
- BeyPeople.Newsvine.com, Begzada is son of Beg, persian suffix zada or zade (Self-published) Retrieved: Sep 10, 2012