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Bayezid (also spelled Beyazıt, Beyazid, Bayazid, Bajazet, Beyazit, Bejazid or Bayazit), an Arabic, Persian, and Turkish name, from the Arabic بايزيد, meaning "father of Yazid", may refer to:
- Bayezid I (1360–1403), Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1389 to 1402
- Bayezid II (1447–1512), Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1481 to 1512
- Şehzade Bayezid (1525–1561), son of Sultan Suleiman I of the Ottoman Empire and his wife Hürrem Sultan
- Bayazid Bastami (804–874 or 877/78), Persian Sufi
- Bayazid (Jalayirids), Shaikh Bayazid Jalayir, Jalayirid Prince and governor of Soltaniyeh from 1382 to 1384
- Beyazıt Square, a district on the European side of Istanbul
- Doğubeyazıt ("East Beyazıt" in Turkish), a city and district of Ağrı Province, Turkey
- Gavar (Novo-Bayazet/"New Beyazit"), a town in Armenia
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