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Lale or Laleh, is a Persian word meaning Tulip. Persian: لاله, IPA: [ˈɫale] or Lala (Russified version) which is also used as a feminine name in many countries besides Iran including Afghanistan and Turkey.
- Lale Akgün (born 1953), Turkish-German politician (SPD)
- Lale Andersen (1905–1972), German singer
- Lale Aytaman, Turkish politician
- Lale Drekalov (fl. 1608–1614), Montenegrin chieftain
- Lale Karci (born 1969), Turkish-German actress and model
- Lale Müldür (born 1956), Turkish poet
- Lale Oraloğlu (1924–2007), Turkish actress and screenwriter
- Lale Orta (born 1960), Turkish football referee and academic
- Lale Sokolov (1916–2006), the tattooist of Auschwitz
- Lale Yavaş (born 1978), Turkish-Swiss actress
- Laleh Bakhtiar (born 1938), Iranian-American Muslim author and translator
- Laleh Bijani (1974–2003), Iranian conjoined twin
- Laleh Khadivi, Iranian-American novelist and filmmaker
- Laleh Khalili, Iranian-American political scientist
- Laleh Khorramian (born 1974), Iranian-American visual artist
- Laleh Pourkarim (born 1982), Swedish musician and actress, better known by her mononym "Laleh"
- Laleh Seddigh (born 1977), Iranian race car driver
- David Lale (born 1962), Australian cellist
- David Lale (born 1981), British cellist
- Nuray Lale (born 1962), Turkish-German writer and translator
- Horace Percy Lale (1886–1955), British Army officer and World War I flying ace
- Laleh, the debut album by the Iranian-Swedish musician Laleh Pourkarim
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