Definitions

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  • adjective From, of, or pertaining to, Buryatia
  • noun countable Someone from Buryatia.
  • noun uncountable A Mongolic language spoken around Buryatia

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Examples

  • MPR DELEGATION IN BURYAT ASSR -- A red challenge banner of the Buryat obkom, council of ministers, oblast trade union council, and Buryat oblast komsomol committee was awarded yesterday to Zakamenskiy aymag for the best results in the procurement of all types of fodder and improvement of their quality in the Buryat ASSR.

    CASTRO HAILS SUCCESS OF BREZHNEV VISIT

  • Buryat nomads - the northernmost Mongolian people - living inside the borders of Russia.

    Russia Starts Converting Ulan Ude as Gateway City to Asia

  • In southern Siberia, a Buryat party agitated to unite Russian Buryatia with Mongolia, while some Altays and Khakass dreamed of a Turkic Siberian Republic.

    The Return

  • In southern Siberia, a Buryat party agitated to unite Russian Buryatia with Mongolia, while some Altays and Khakass dreamed of a Turkic Siberian Republic.

    The Return

  • In southern Siberia, a Buryat party agitated to unite Russian Buryatia with Mongolia, while some Altays and Khakass dreamed of a Turkic Siberian Republic.

    The Return

  • Buryat nomads - the northernmost Mongolian people - living inside the borders of Russia.

    Russia Starts Converting Ulan Ude as Gateway City to Asia

  • In southern Siberia, a Buryat party agitated to unite Russian Buryatia with Mongolia, while some Altays and Khakass dreamed of a Turkic Siberian Republic.

    The Return

  • Russian Republics of Buryat, Kalmykia, & Tuva as well as Mongolians from Mongolia.

    Lama Tsonkhapa's Three Principal Paths

  • Russian Republics of Buryat, Kalmykia, & Tuva as well as Mongolians from Mongolia.

    Lama Tsonkhapa's Three Principal Paths

  • Russian Republics of Buryat, Kalmykia, & Tuva as well as Mongolians from Mongolia.

    Lama Tsonkhapa's Three Principal Paths

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