Djohan Effendi (October 1, 1939 – November 17, 2017) was the Secretary of State of Indonesia, under President Abdurrahman Wahid from 2000 to 2001.
Effendi, Effendy or Efendi (originally from αφέντης; in Persian and Ottoman Turkish language: افندي Efendi, in أفندي, Afandī; in افندی (Afghani), "Afandi") is a title of nobility meaning a Lord or Master.
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Effendi (foaled in 1906) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse is best known for winning the 1909 Preakness Stakes.
Hattat Aziz Efendi (born 1871, Maçka – August 16, 1934, İstanbul) (خطاط عزیز افندی) was an Ottoman calligrapher.
Kamal Kaya Efendi also known as Kemal Kaya Effendi (Ottoman Turkish: كمال کایا أفندي) was an Ottoman Turk who may have been a Soviet agent.
Karadzor (Քարաձոր; formerly, Efendi) is a town in the Lori Province of Armenia.
Norashen (Նորաշեն; formerly, Efendi) is a town in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia.
Subhizade Abdulaziz (عبدالعزیز صبحی زاده), also known as Subhizade Abdulaziz Effendi (عبدالعزیز صباحی زاده افندی) (died 1782/1783), was an Ottoman chief physician (hekimbashi) of the 18th century.
Tawfiq Bay, or Sayyid Ahmad Tawfiq Bay Sharif Efendi (Tevfik Pasha), (سيد احمد توفيق باي شريف أفندي) was a Syrian Arab traveler who had been in the service of King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia, eventually traveling to Xinjiang, Republic of China, in 1932.