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NOUN   Kalmyk | Kalmyka | Kalmyci / Kalmykovia | Kalmykov
Kalmyk {m}
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Translation for 'Kalmyk' from Slovak to English

Kalmyk {m}
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  • The second revolution split the Kalmyk people into opposing camps.
  • Chimid Balzanov was a Buddhist priest of Kalmyk origin who was elected religious head of the Kalmyks by leaders of the Kalmyk community at a Kalmyk Congress, which assembled after the February Revolution on March 25, 1917 and on July 23–25, 1917 to discuss spiritual, cultural, and economic issues.
  • ... 1744~1774) was a Torghut-Kalmyk prince and the last Khan of the Kalmyk Khanate.
  • According to Baira Goryaeva, expert on Kalmyk folklore, tale type 465A, in the Kalmyk tale corpus, shows that the hero (of humble origins) marries a daughter of Khurmusta-Tengri, a celestial deity.
  • After the war, nearly all of the surviving Kalmyk soldiers along with the Kalmyk families that accompanied them were forcibly repatriated to the Soviet Union.
  •  is a Buddhist monastery (temple, abode) in Kalmyk (Mongol-Oirat) Lamaism.
  • The Oirat-Kalmyk People's Congress (...), also known as the "Chuulhn" in Kalmyk Oirat Mongolian, is an unregistered organization claiming to represent the Kalmyk people of Russia.
  • Zangezi is the name of a prophet in the work, the name being composed from Kalmyk word 'zyange', that in Kalmyk language means "messenger".
  • On January 9, 1957, by the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, the Kalmyk Autonomous Region was reorganized as part of the Stavropol Territory, which was transformed on July 29, 1958 into the Kalmyk ASSR with the restoration of the 1936 Constitution of the Kalmyk ASSR.
  • Vladimir Okonovich Karuev (born 2 April 1957), better known by his Kalmyk name Okna Tsahan Zam, is a Kalmyk folk singer, known for his throat singing and as a performer of the Kalmyk national epic "Jangar".
  • Kalmyk Autonomous Oblast (AO) ([...]; Kalmyk: Хальмг Автономн Таңhч, "Xaľmg Awtonomn Tañhç") was an autonomy of the Kalmyk people within the Russian SFSR that existed at two separate periods.
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