The word Lal is mostly used in Chitral as surname or “Title name’ and its means “Sradar” or ‘Tribe Chief’. Lalyane Shali belong to the Quzal Baig caste. The most influential personalities with the Lal title in Chitral are, namely, Mahabat Khan Lal, Munfat Khan Lal, Muhammad Khan la (Qazi), Daniyal Baig Lal, Mir Lal, Mouzan khan Lal, Haji miran Lal and Haji Muhammad Sadbar khan Lal. The word Lal is the surname of Lalyany Shali. Other people of Chitral who are using this title is only and only to show there influnciality on others and nothing else.
Lal (Persian: لعل, Hindi: लाल, Urdu: لال, Pashto: Lāl ) is derived from the Indo-Iranian word meaning 'Red'. It is a middle name used by many Indo-Aryan clans. Lal is also used as a final element of a compound personal name, such as Amir lal (Amir being the first name), Dost Lal (dost meaning "friend"), Rani Lal (rani meaning "queen") and Padshah Lal Qamar. It is a common name in India and other South Asian countries.
Commonly used as color "red" in Hindi language and "Lal" as last name of Hindus. Lal or Lalyan in some parts of India probably is used as Lalyan.Lal means "garnet" or "ruby" in Persian, "ruby" in Pashto, and "red" in Hindustani and Yan refers to "Gracious".
There is an homonymous word of Lal in Hindi, from Persian meaning ‘Ruby’, ‘Red’, which may have increased the popularity of this name. It occurs more commonly as the final element of a compound personal name. Lal is used as a middle name by many communities. It is used as a Surname by Kayasta.It is a gotra in Kayasta.
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