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- also transliterated as Bugha, or Buqa (via Arabic script). It may refer to one of the following persons. Bugha al-Kabir or Bugha the Elder (died 862),...
- Bugha al-Kabir (Arabic: بوقا الكبير‎) ("Bugha the Greater/Elder"), also known as Bugha al-Turki (Arabic: بوقا التركي‎) ("Bugha the Turk"), was a 9th-century...
- Musa ibn Bugha al-Kabir (died 877) was an Abbasid military leader of Turkic origin. Musa was the son of Bugha al-Kabir, one of the leading Turkish generals...
- The event was won by 16-year-old American Kyle Giersdorf, known online as Bugha, who took home the US$3 million grand prize. The scoring format in solos...
- Taisun Khan (or Toghtoa Bukha, Toγtoγa Buqa; Modern Mongolian: Taisun haan; Chinese: 脫脫不花) (1416–1453) was a Khagan of the Northern Yuan dynasty based...
- Bugha al-Sharabi ("the Cupbearer"), also known as Bugha al-Saghir ("the Younger") to distinguish him from his unrelated contemporary Bugha the Elder, was...
- Kitbuqa Noyan, also spelled Kitbogha or Ketbugha (died 1260), was a Nestorian Christian of the Naiman tribe, a group that was subservient to the Mongol...
- generals, Bugha al-Kabir, to handle the affair. Accompanied by troops from the Shakiriyyah, Turkish, and the Magharibah guard regiments, Bugha defeated...
- 861, known as the Anarchy at Samarra. During this period he and his ally Bugha al-Sharabi were often in effective control of affairs in the capital, and...
- Muhammad ibn Bugha (Arabic: أبو نصر محمد بن بغا‎) was a ninth-century military officer in the service of the Abbasid Caliphate. He was the son of Bugha al-Kabir...
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