This Bird,Mentioned in the legends of Ancient Egyptian, Persian, Greek and Arabian culture; symbolize of the immortality.In Persian it is called Simurg ( Si=30 & Murg(Murgh)= Bird) , that is an ancient persian fairy tale, and we come back to this later.The bird is called as Anka which means necklace in Arabic, because its neck is covered with white features like a necklace.
Simurg used in Persian and Anka used in Arabic are used together in Turkish. It is also called as "Zümrüdüanka" in the public language. The ancient Turks usually called it as Togrol or Tuğrul, it was also called as "Devekuşu" among the common people
Simurgh (Persian: سیمرغ), also spelled simorgh, simurg, simoorg or simourv, also known as Angha (Persian: عنقا), is the modern Persian name for a benevolent, mythical flying creature. The figure can be found in all periods of Greater Iranian art and literature, and is evident also in the iconography of medieval Armenia, the Byzantine empire, and other regions that were within the sphere of Persian cultural influence. The mythical bird is also found in the mythology of the Turkic peoples of Central Asia and is called Kerkés, Semrug, Semurg, Samran and Samruk. The name simurgh derives from Middle Persian Pahlavi sēnmurw (and earlier sēnmuruγ), also attested in Middle Persian Pāzand as sīna-mrū. The Middle Persian term derives in turn from Avestan mərəγō Saēnō "the bird Saēna", originally a raptor, likely an eagle, falcon or sparrowhawk, as can be deduced from the etymological cognate Sanskrit śyenaḥ "raptor, eagle, bird of prey" that also appears as a divine figure. Saēna is also a personal name which is root of the name.