Mehmed is primarily a boy’s name. Mehmed, the most popular Bosnian and Turkish variant of the Arabic name, has the meaning 'praised or desirable' and derives its significance from being the name of Muhammad, the prophet of Islam. The newborn is inspired to embrace a life of faith, honor, kindness, and majesty since Mehmed is so well-liked by Muslim parents in Turkey and Bosnia. The name is not so popular in English-speaking countries. Numerous sultans who governed the Ottoman Empire bore Mehmed, including Mehmed II, who seized Constantinople. He was an Ottoman ruler who held power between August 1444 and September 1446 and again from February 1451 to May 1481. People automatically think of you as majestic, sophisticated, and aristocratic when they hear your name. Mehmed displays traits that are typical of actors, dancers, and performers. Mehmed is a person whose personality is admired. People respect their self-assured personalities. With more than 150 million bearers, it is also the most widely used given name worldwide.