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Tekeli is a Turkish word derived from teke ("male goat"), and means "having or possessing goats; goaty". It may refer to
- Tekeli (play), a play about the life of Hungarian nobleman Imre Thököly, written by Theodore Hook
- In Edgar Allan Poe's novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, tekeli-li is a cry of terror associated with the Antarctic.
- H. P. Lovecraft, borrowing from Poe, used the same phrase tekeli-li in his Antarctic tale At the Mountains of Madness as the cry of the Shoggoth.
- Tekeli Lala Mehmed Pasha, an Ottoman Grand vizier
- Osman Nuri Tekeli, Turkish bureaucrat
- Peter Tekeli, Russian general-in-chief of Serb origin
- Resul Tekeli, Turkish volleyball player
- Sevim Tekeli, Turkish academic
- Tekeli, Kazakhstan, a town in Karasay District
- Tekeli, Bozyazı, a town in Bozyazı district, Mersin Province, Turkey
- Tekeli, İzmir, a settlement in Menderes, İzmir, Turkey
- Tekeli, Koçarlı, a village in Aydın Province, Turkey
- Tekeli, Mut, a village in Mut district, Mersin Province
- Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Mosque, a mosque in Antalya, Turkey
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