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Sepideh (Persian: سپیدهAbout this sound[sepiːde] ) is a female Persian name that means the break of dawn, morning twilight, or first lights in the sky appearing before sunrise. It is popular in Iran, Iraqi Kurdistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. The word Sepideh symbolizes beauty and coming of a better time after a long hard era in Persian literature as Sepideh eliminates darkness of night and indicates start of a new bright day.

The Persian word "Sepid" or "Sefid" also means "white".

Abbreviations and various forms of spelling[edit]

  • Sep
  • Sepi
  • Sepie
  • Sepee
  • Sepid
  • Sepeed
  • Sepide
  • Sepeede
  • Sepeedeh
  • Ssepiedeh
  • Seppy
  • Cepide


References to the name[edit]

Notable persons by the name[edit]

  • Sepideh (singer), Iranian musician and pop singer [1]
  • Sepideh Tayyeri, Iranian Sociologist
  • Sepideh Raissadat, Iranian classical singer (born in Tehran, 1980 [2])
  • Sepideh Asefnia, Engineer and Entrepreneur
  • Sepideh Danosian, Writer and Editor
  • Sepideh Fallah, Actress
  • Sepideh Farsi, Director
  • Sepideh Gazeri, Business Consultant
  • Sepideh Haftgoli, Actress, Model, Producer, and Entrepreneur
  • Sepideh Hanjani, Neurosurgeon
  • Sepideh Kalantarian, Human Right Activist
  • Sepideh Khorasanizadeh, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
  • Sepideh Mohammadian (born 1986), Iranian writer
  • Sepideh Parsapajouh, Anthropologist [3]
  • Sepideh Rousta, Professor of Pediatric Ophthalmology
  • Sepideh Saremi, Writer and Editor
  • Sepideh Shamlou, Writer
  • Sepideh Vahidi, Persian Musician, Classical Persian Music
  • Sepideh Zareparsi, Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology
  • Sepideh Farzam, Painter and Artist
  • Sepideh ShaghiAzar, Sales & Export manager, master of international commercial manager

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