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a member of a people of Turkic speech living in the Volga region in eastern Russia

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the Turkic language spoken by the Chuvash

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In this task he uses information from East Old Turkic, Volga Bulgarian, Chuvash, and from the WOT loanwords in Hungarian.
Kononov considers the genetic relation of the suffix -siz/siz with -sir/sir, compared to the Chuvash and Mongolian suffix -sar/-sar (Kononov, 1980), but he does not give any examples from these languages.
Tura: supreme Chuvash god linked to the Altaic sky god Tengri.
ETHNIC GROUPS>>> Russian, Tatar, Ukrainian, Bashkir and Chuvash
Forty-four Tatar, ten Chuvash, nine Cheremi, and two Votiak were ordained in his lifetime.
Hisrich has honorary doctorates from Chuvash State University (Russia) and the University of Miskolc (Hungary), and held Fulbright Professorships at the International Management Center in Budapest and the Foundation for Small Enterprise Economic Development.
Wayne Dowler's book examines the late imperial debate about Russification as it centered on the problem of primary education for non-Russian easterners, in particular the Mar, Mordvins, Chuvash, Udmurts, Tatars, Bashkirs, Kalmyks, and K azakhs of the Kazan school district, one of the largest and most ethnically diverse of the Russian "East.
The importance of newspapers in Yakutian, Altai, Tartar, Baskir, and Chuvash cannot be underestimated.
Vladimir Nikolayev, 38, was sentenced in Cheboksary, 350 miles east of Moscow, by the supreme court of the Chuvash Republic.
The Russians and the Mordvinians are slightly on the 'European' side while the Chuvash are slightly on the 'Asiatic' side.
The Mordvin data is wanting, as only 28 words are included in it (while only 16 Vogul and Ostyak, 17 Chuvash and 20 Votyak words).
Abbas' speech came during his Honorary Doctorate Ceremony at the Chuvash Ulyanov State University, where he thanked the academic institution for what he considered 'a sign of friendship between the Palestinian and the Chuvashian people.
The only modern survivor of Western Old Turkic is Chuvash, a descendant of Bulgar.
In terms of ethnic-origin, which was carefully noted in the killers' documents, the statistics of the killed is as follows--559 Lithuanians, 56 Russians, 52 Poles, 38 Germans, 32 Belarusians, 18 Latvians, nine Ukrainians, three Jews, one Estonian, one Uzbek, one Tartar, one Ossetian, one Chuvash, one Armenian and one Udmurt.