According to it, Turkey means 'Land of Strength', and Spain means, 'Land of Many Rabbits'. Apparently, they did have a lot of rabbits there, until myxomatosis was introduced, which killed 90% of them. Here's a link about an effort to bring back the rabbits: www.wwf.org.uk/updates/land-rabbits-has-lost-its-bunnies
I can't guarantee whether these are factual name meanings, although I've heard of a small number of them before.
Apparently, it wasn't just in Spain where the rabbits were devastated by disease. Following this paragraph are some links regarding the rabbit extermination in Britain, Ireland, Europe, Australia, New Zealand. In Britain, the rabbits had previously been a valuable food/clothing source; some were upset about the disease, and some encouraged its spread. I strongly discourage spreading horrible diseases to animals that cause them to get skin tumors, blindness, fatigue, fever, secondary bacterial infections, pneumonia, and die within two weeks of suffering, including where this wreaks havoc on the lives of everyone and everything that depended on those animals. In most areas, the disease killed about 90% of the rabbits. In Britain, it killed 99%, and while the Wikipedia article says the rabbit population soon recovered, someone I know who lived there at the time says this is not true. Fortunately, rabbits have steadily been becoming more resistant.