Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the Mongol people living in the central and eastern parts of Outer Mongolia
  • n. the language of the Khalkha that is the official language of the Mongolian People's Republic

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Examples

  • The six tribes, often referred to as the “Six Myriarchies of Dayan Khan,” were comprised of the three Right-Wing tribes (the Ordos, Yongshiyebu, and Tumed) in the west and the three Left-Wing tribes (Chakhar, Khalkha, and Uriyangkhai) in the east.

    A Survey of Tibetan History ��� 4 The Pagmodru, Rinpung, and Tsangpa Hegemonies

  • Ethnic groups: Mongol (mostly Khalkha) 94.9%, Turkic (mostly Kazakh) 5%, other (including Chinese and Russian) 0.1% (2000)

    Mongolia

  • MongoliaMongol (mostly Khalkha) 94.9%, Turkic (mostly Kazakh) 5%, other (including Chinese and Russian) 0.1% (2000)

    Ethnic groups

  • I've already mentioned that the Mongolic language, Khalkha, exhibits the same alternation.

    PIE Uvulars: A revised solution of their origin

  • It's one good feature is that it's easier to use for all Mongolic speakers since it mismatches all the varieties more or less equally, whereas Cyrillic is more aimed specifically at Khalkha as spoken in the country Mongolia.

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  • Mongol (mostly Khalkha) 94. 9\%, Turkic (mostly Kazakh) 5\%, other (including Chinese and Russian) 0. 1\% (2000)

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • Mongol (mostly Khalkha) 94. 9\%, Turkic (mostly Kazakh) 5\%, other

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • Mongolian people of Khalkha or Outer Mongolia with the title of 'Bogdo

    Beasts, Men and Gods

  • Tartar-General at Ouliassoutai and of the Chinese Amban at Kobdo; and connects with the boundary of China by the limits of the banners of the four aimaks of Khalkha and of the district of

    The Fight for the Republic in China

  • Khalkha Mongolian is the National language of Mongolia and is known to 90% of the population.

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