Chagatai

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Synonyms for Chagatai

a Turkic literary language of medieval central Asia (named for one of the sons of Genghis Khan)

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This week, American bombers have hit alleged Taliban targets in Kala Kata, Chaghatai and Puza Pol-e-Khomri.
Ikram Chaghatai, Muhammad Asad: Europe's Gift to Islam 2 vols.
Chaghatai, Chinggis Khan's second son who ruled in Central Asia (d.
In 2012, Chaghatai published the book with his own extensive annotations on places and persons mentioned in the text (Lahore: Truth Society, 2012).
Pfeiffer, "Conversion Versions: Sultan Oljeitu's Conversion to Shi ism (709/ 1309) in Muslim Narrative Sources," Mongolian Studies 22 (1999): 35-67; for Tughluq Temur, see Hodong Kim, "The Early History of the Moghul Nomads: the Legacy of the Chaghatai Khanate," in The Mongol Empire and Its Legacy, ed.