Poet (b. ?, Vardar Yenicesi / Ottoman Empire (Yannitsa / Greece) – d. 1534). He was the brother of Yusuf Sineçak. He was one of the best poets of his time and was a member of the Bektaşi order. He is known for his brave statements that rejected to be a slave of another slave. It is said that he came to İstanbul and presented a eulogy to İbrahim Paşa. He is buried in a dervish lodge that he established in Vardar, Yenice.
His Divan (Divan*) was published by Mehmet Çavuşoğlu (1981). In addition, his three couplet poems, Baharistan (The Land of the Spring), Nâme-i Hayreti (The Book of Amazement) and Mahabbetname-i Hayretî (The Love Book of Amazement) were found in a review and his lyric poems in a songbook.