Mongolic languages
The Mongolic languages are a group of languages spoken in East-Central Asia, mostly in Mongolia and surrounding areas plus in Kalmykia. The best-known member of this language family, Mongolian, is the...
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Middle Mongolian language
Middle Mongol or Middle Mongolian was a Mongolic koiné language language spoken in the Mongol Empire. Originating from Genghis Khan's home region of northeastern Mongolia, it diversified into several ...
Middle Mongolian language - Wikipedia
Buryat language
Buryat (Buriat) /ˈbʊriæt/ (Buryat Cyrillic: буряад хэлэн buryaad khelen) is a variety of Mongolic spoken by the Buryats that is classified either as a language or as a major dialect group of Mongolia...
Kalmyk language
Kalmyk Oirat (Kalmyk: Хальмг Өөрдин келн), commonly known as the Kalmyk language (Kalmyk: Хальмг келн) is a register of the Oirat language, natively spoken of the Kalmyk people of Kalmykia, a ...
Mongolian language
The Mongolian language (in Mongolian script: , Mongɣol kele; in Mongolian Cyrillic: Монгол хэл, Mongol khel) is the official language of Mongolia and best-known member of the Mongolic language family....
Mongolian language - Wikipedia
Monguor language
The Monguor language (Chinese: 土族语; pinyin: Tǔzúyǔ; also written Mongour and Mongor) is a Mongolic language of its Shirongolic branch and part of the Gansu–Qinghai Sprachbund. There are severa...
Murong
Murong (Chinese: 慕容; pinyin: Mùróng; Mongol romanization:Muyun) or Muren refers to an ethnic Xianbei tribe who are a Mongolic people attested from the time of Tanshihuai (reigned 156-181). Dif...
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Daur language
The Daur /ˈdaʊər/ or Dagur language is a Mongolic language primarily spoken by members of the Daur ethnic group.
Daur is a Mongolic language consisting of four dialects: Amur Daur in the vicinity ...
Oirat language
Oirat (Clear script: ᡆᡕᡅᠷᠠᡑ ᡘᡄᠯᡄᠨ Oirad kelen; Kalmyk: Өөрд, Khalkha-Mongolian: Ойрад) belongs to the group of Mongolic languages. Scholars differ as to whether they regard Oirat as a distinct languag...
Oirat language - Wikipedia
John Gombojab Hangin
John Gombojab Hangin (1921–October 9, 1989) was a notable scholar of Mongolian studies. He authored several Mongolian dictionaries and textbooks and is credited by The New York Times with helpin...
Choijinzhab
Choijinzhab (also Choijinjab or Qôijûngjabû; born 16 January 1931) is a Chinese linguist of Mongolian ethnicity.
Choijinzhab was born in Jirim League (哲里木盟), Inner Mongolia in 1931. After graduati...
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Boris Pankratov
Boris Ivanovich Pankratov (Борис Иванович Панкратов, 1892-1979) was a Soviet Sinologist and Mongolist.
Pankratov was a graduate of the Oriental Institute in Vladivostok. In 1919, he went to Hankow...
Ordos Mongolian
Ordos Mongolian (also Urdus; Mongolian ᠣᠷᠳᠣᠰ; Chinese 鄂尔多斯 È'ěrduōsī) is a variety of Central Mongolic spoken in the Ordos City region in Inner Mongolia and historically by Ordos_Mongols. It is altern...
Ordos Mongolian - Wikipedia
Middle Mongol language
Middle Mongol or Middle Mongolian was a Mongolic koiné language language spoken in the Mongol Empire. Originating from Genghis Khan's home region of northeastern Mongolia, it diversified into several ...
Xianbei
The Xianbei (Mongolian: Syanbi or Sümbe; Chinese: 鮮卑; Wade–Giles: Hsien-pi) were an ancient, significant Mongolic nomadic people residing in what became today's eastern Mongolia, Inner Mongoli...
Xianbei - Wikipedia
Hans-Peter Vietze
Prof. Dr.Hans-Peter Vietze (Mongolian: Ханс-Пэтэр Фийцэ; March 15, 1939 – October 9, 2008) was a German Mongolist. He was the editor of a Mongolian-German dictionary, and worked as translator for ...
Greater Khingan
The Greater Khingan Range (simplified Chinese: 大兴安岭; traditional Chinese: 大興安嶺; pinyin: Dà Xīng'ānlǐng; Mongolian: Их Хянганы нуруу; Manchu: Amba Hinggan), also called the Greater Hing...
Greater Khingan - Wikipedia
Khitan language
The Khitan language (also known as Liao and Kitan (ISO 639-3); Chinese: 契丹語) is a now-extinct language once spoken by the Khitan people (AD 388 – 1243). Khitan is generally deemed to be geneticall...
Darkhad dialect
Darkhad (also "Darkhat") is a dialect in-between Central Mongolian and Oirat still variously seen as closer to Oirat or as a dialect of Khalkha Mongolian with some Oirat features. However, it seems to...
Moghol language
Moghol (or Mogholi) is a Mongolic language spoken in the region of Herat, Afghanistan, in the villages of Kundur and Karez-i-Mulla. The speakers are the Moghol people who numbered 3000 members in the ...
Dominik Schröder
Dominik Schröder (4 September 1910 – 25 December 1974) was an ethnologist whose researches were focused mainly in the Moungor (Tu) people of Northwest China. He was born in Eiweiler, in the Nohfelden...
Southern Liang
The Southern Liang (Chinese: 南凉; pinyin: Nánliáng, 397-414) was a state of the Sixteen Kingdoms during the Jin Dynasty (265-420) in China. The founding family Tufa was of Xianbei ethnicity and...
Empress Dugu Qieluo
Dugu Qieluo (Chinese: 獨孤伽羅; 544 – September 10, 602), formally Empress Wenxian (文獻皇后), was an empress of the Chinese Sui dynasty. She was the wife of Emperor Wen, who, on account of his love and ...
Yuwen
The Yuwen (Chinese: 宇文; pinyin: Yǔwén) is a Chinese compound surname first originated from a pre-state clan of Xianbei ethnicity of Xiongnu origin during the era of Sixteen Kingdoms in China, ...
Kalmyk Oirat
Kalmyk Oirat (Kalmyk: Хальмг Өөрдин келн), commonly known as the Kalmyk language (Kalmyk: Хальмг келн) is a register of the Oirat language, natively spoken of the Kalmyk people of Kalmykia, a ...
Western Qin
The Western Qin (Chinese: 西秦; pinyin: Xīqín; 385-400, 409-431) was a state of Xianbei ethnicity during the era of Sixteen Kingdoms in China. Note that the Western Qin is entirely distinct fro...
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