Elifname has attracted the attention of a number poets and writers as a narrative style in Turkish literature. Elifname, committed on different subjects on the basis of twenty-eight and thirty-two letters are generally written in verse. However, for the first time, Elifname by Kaygusuz Wandering Dervish dealt with in this article has emerged an example of this style as the only prose. Kaygusuz Wandering Dervish is a sheikh who lived in Anatolia in the XIV-XV century. Thirteen works in mystical content have been identified up to now but his Elifname in a conk (poetry notebook) has been uncovered for the first time thanks to this study. In this paper, thanks to Elifname, the effect of Hurufism on Bektashi-Kalenderi explaining all assets with the interpretation of letters has been seen more clearly and strongly. In this article, Elifname style and Elifname by Kaygusuz Abdal and the effects of Hurufism have been emphasized in this work. The transcription , the subject of the study, is given at the end of the study.