Elif may refer to:
See "Aleph" "Alpha" and "A" as origins for this meaning of this first name for girls that came into popular fashion in Turkey in the 20th century. The name was commonly used by Ataturk during the revolutionary war to honour women who helped at the war front, taking the first steps as women in the revolution. He later granted women the right to vote without a referendum, a progressive move for a new nation.
The name has origins that can be traced all over the ancient world, and as such should not be attributed to one culture only.
- Elif Ağca (born 1984), Turkish volleyball player
- Elif Batuman (born 1977), American author, academic, journalist
- Elif Ceylan (born 1995), Turkish-Swedish voice actor
- Elif Deniz (born 1993), Turkish footballer
- Elif Gülbayrak (born 1988), Turkish volleyball player
- Elif Jale Yeşilırmak (born 1986), Turkish wrestler of Russian origin
- Elif Kızılkaya (born 1991), Turkish curler
- Elif Şafak (born 1971), Turkish writer
- Elif Ulaş (born 1986), Turkish figure skater and ice hockey player
- Elif Yıldırım (born 1990), Turkish middle-distance runner
- Elif, Gaziantep, a town in the Araban District of Gaziantep Province, Turkey
- Elif (TV series), a Turkish TV series
- In computing, used as part of a Structured If (short for else if)
- First letter of the alphabet:
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