The months are: ocak, şubat, mart, nisan, mayıs, haziran, temmuz, ağustos, eylül, ekim, kasım, aralık.
(If you want the origin of the word: it's from an Arabic word قاسم which means, if I understand correctly, something like "the one that splits". But in Turkish it's simply a month name.)
İt is interesting that in Turkish the names of the months are taken at least from three different sources (if not more). There is the system used in the Levant and İraq (from which şubat, nisan, haziran, temmuz, and eylül were taken or vice versa); there is the more common system in Europe and other Arab countries (from which mart, mayıs, ağustos were taken) and there is one or even more for the rest, which İ don't know where they came from and how. Aralık and ocak sound Turkic to me, but kasım, as Philip said, maybe Arabic. But it is not the name of a month. İt does mean literally "divider", but it is most commonly a person's name. Prophet Mohammad had a son called kasim.
To All ..thanks much.. Since, Urdu is my mother tongue, i am familiar with the word kasim/kasım/قاسم ..all i wanted to know was the meaning of kasım in this sentence as a turkish word. :) Although the word "Urdu" itself is derived from the Turkish word ordu (army), from which English horde is also derived. Urdu words originating from Turkish and Arabic were borrowed through Persian and hence are Persianized versions of the original words. “Urdu is a mixture of Persian, Arabic and Turkish words formed with the intermingling of invading Muslim armies and local Hindi-speaking Hindus. It’s a Turkish word which means Army camp, hoard, etc.” I very much appreciate your efforts ..thanks all :)