from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a traditionally nomadic people living principally in Kyrgyzstan.
- n. The Turkic language of the Kyrgyz.
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- n. A person from Kyrgyzstan or of Kyrgyz descent.
- proper n. The Western Turkic language of Kyrgyzstan.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Kyrgyzstan, the Kyrgyz people or the Kyrgyz language.
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In Osh, the epicenter of the ethnic violence, parties only distribute campaign materials in Kyrgyz, turning a cold shoulder to Uzbek voters.
In March, shortwave broadcasts will cease in Hindi, Kyrgyz, Nepali, Swahili and the Great Lakes service broadcast in Rwanda and Burundi.
Blive. kg, one of the video servers in Kyrgyz internet domain, has several videos showing the violations of election norms, including opening of polling stations before arrival of observers, ballot stuffingand carousel voting.
As no-one knew the etymology of the old name, Pishpek, they chose a new one, the nearest word phonetically in Kyrgyz: bishkek, which means "kumiss-whisk".
In March, shortwave broadcasts will cease in Hindi, Kyrgyz, Nepali, Swahili and the Great Lakes service broadcast in Rwanda and
• There has been some confusion around the terms Kyrgyz and Kazakh.
KyrgyzShop. com: Web-site in English - Kyrgyz Souvenirs: ...
3: 08 PM ET -- Demonstrators in Kyrgyz Republic reportedly arrested.
The families have united to fight for their children, dubbed the Kyrgyz 65, and even though their hopes have been revived and dashed numerous times, they now finally feel that their struggle could soon be coming to a happy end.
That's Omurbek Tekebaev, calling the Kyrgyz government criminal and declaring “war” on current president Kurmabnek Bakiev.