Khalkha


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the Mongol people living in the central and eastern parts of Outer Mongolia

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the language of the Khalkha that is the official language of the Mongolian People's Republic

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The Manchus, a tribal group which conquered China in 1644 and formed the Qing dynasty, were able to bring Mongolia under Manchu control in 1691 as Outer Mongolia when the Khalkha Mongol nobles swore an oath of allegiance to the Manchu emperor.
In the seventh Tibetan month of 1636, the victorious Khalkha Mongolian general Arslang arrived in Lhasa.
26) Khalkha buree(n) 'trumpet, horn' (Vietze 1988: 67; BAMRS 307), Kalmuck buree 'Blasinstrument, Trompete' (Ramstedt 1935: 67).
Vowel harmony in Khalkha Mongolian, Yaka, Finnish, and Hungarian.
Ethnic Mongols account for about 95% of Mongolia's population and consist of Khalkha and other groups, all distinguished primarily by dialects of the Mongol language.
After passing away of Taranatha Kunga Nyingpo (kun dga' snying po, 1575-1634) his reincarnation was found among the Mongols in the son of the powerful Khalkha Tushiyetu Khan Gombodorji.
In Khalkha, at least, several different sorts of adjective can be employed:
MNT boet and boetele as well as Khalkha bogood and bogootol); the bookish ukiya- for ugiya- 'to wash'; the too modern morgo- instead of classical morgu- and preclassical murgu- 'to bow'; or ku instead of -gu, interrogative particle with aspirant g, in IV.
9 Dhivehi, English Mongolia 603,926 68 Ulaanbaatar Khalkha 2,857,000 2.
Khalkha Mongols had proclaimed independence of Outer Mongolia and ceremonially enthroned Jetsun Dampa, the Grand Lama of Urga, as Mongolia's sovereign ruler on 29 December 1911.
This homonym is not found in any living language except Khalkha .
Ethnic Mongols account for about 85% of Mongolia's population and consist of Khalkha and other groups, all distinguished primarily by dialects of the Mongol language.
On other hand, the Nation of Mongols, in early 15th century, was split between the Oirat in the Altay Mountains region and the eastern group that later came to be known as the Khalkha in the northern area of the Gobi desert.
6 Divehi, English Mongolia 604,826 59 Ulaanbaatar Khalkha 2,600,000 1.
8 ENGLISH MONGOLIA 604,826 60 ULAAN-BAATAR KHALKHA MONGOL 2,700,000 1.