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  • n. Alternative form of Kipchak.
  • adj. Alternative form of Kipchak.
  • proper n. Alternative form of Kipchak.


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  • Campaigners led by retired teacher Kamchybek Samatov said they would give their language and ethnicity as Kypchak rather than Kyrgyz when they were polled in the national census being conducted between March 24 and April 3.

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  • Aygul Bakeeva, deputy chief editor of Aalam, said that when she heard IWPR had produced an article on the Kypchak claim, she was initially concerned as reports on controversial issues sometimes fuel tensions rather than reducing them.

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  • One of our staff members is Kypchak himself, so the issue is close to our hearts.

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  • One caller, Erkinbek Kamalov from the neighbouring region of Jalalabad, said the Kypchak campaign would "undoubtedly be damaging to the security of our country and to the integrity of the nation".

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  • (RCA No. 569, 10-Mar-09), looked at a campaign for separate ethnic status by some members of the Kypchak tribe, generally regarded as one of the many that make up the Kyrgyz nation.

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  • Young representatives from foreign countries will put flowers on Independence Monument, visit Spirituality Mosque in Kypchak, as well as the Ice Palace, Turkmen State Puppet Theater, museums and schools of Ashgabat.


  • The Turkish family language tree is divided into six groups: Oghuz, Kypchak, Uighur, Siberian, Oghur and Khalaj.

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