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- the Yuan dynasty, Oirat and Eastern Mongols had developed separate identities to the point where Oirats called themselves "Four Oirats" while they used...
- believed that the term Four Oirats refers to the Choros, Torghut, Dorbet and Khoid tribes, there is a theory that the Oirats were not consanguineous units...
- Oirat may refer to: Oirats, the westernmost group of the Mongols Oirat language...
- which reflects its origin from the common language of the Oirats, a union of four Oirat tribes that absorbed some Ugric and Turkic tribes during their...
- and the Oirats. Mutual raiding by the Oirats of Russian settlements and by the Cossacks and the Bashkirs, Muslim v****als of the Russians, of Oirat encampments...
- syllabification. In Mongolia, Central Mongolian minority varieties have no status, so Oirats are supposed to use Mongolian Cyrillic which de facto only represents Khalkha...
- Mongols or Oirats are mainly concentrated in Western Mongolia: 184,000 Kalmyks (2010) — Kalmykia, Russia 205,000 Mongolian Oirats (2010) 140,000 Oirats (2010)...
- This is a list of notable Oirats: Khutuga bekhi, leader of the Oirats (late 12th centuryearly 13th century) Al-Adil Kitbugha 10th Mamluk Sultan of...
- хаадын үе). On one side stood the Oirats (Western Mongols) and on the other, the KhorchinEastern Mongols. While the Oirats drew their khans from the descendants...
- position to prevent the Oirats from encamping in the region, but it had a direct political interest in ensuring that the Oirats would not become allied...
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