Dilara is a female first name. It has Turkish-Persian roots and comes from the Persian word dil (heart) and is closely related to the Turkish word dilek (desire). It can be translated as “she who delights the heart” or “she who is pleasing”.
Dilara is also an Uyghur (old Turkish) name. In Uyghur language "Dil" means heart and "Ara" means between. Hence, the name to Uyghurs would mean "in the heart".
- Dilara Aliyeva (1929-1991), Azerbaijani historian
- Dilara Bağcı (born 1994), Turkish volleyball player
- Dilara Bilge (born 1990), Turkish volleyball player
- Dilara Buse Günaydın (born 1989), Turkish swimmer
- Dilara Hashim (born 1936), Bangladeshi author and novelist
- Sibel Kekilli, German actress, was known as Dilara
- Duden. Das große Vornamenlexikon. 3., völlig neu bearb Aufl., Dudenverlag, Mannheim 2007, ISBN 978-3-411-06083-2, S. 121.
- Wilfried Seibicke: Historisches deutsches Vornamenbuch. Bd. 1, A-E. De Gruyter, Berlin 1996, ISBN 3-11-014445-X, S. 512.
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