Khalka language

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see Mongolian languagesMongolian languages,
group of languages forming a subdivision of the Altaic subfamily of the Ural-Altaic family of languages (see Uralic and Altaic languages). The Mongolian languages are spoken by about 6 million people, mainly in the Republic of Mongolia, in the Inner
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Urumq, meaning "Beautiful Meadow" in Mongolian language, has customs and traditions of many ethnical elements mainly the Uighurs, Hans, Hui, Chinese Muslims, Kyrgz, Kazakh and Mongol.
The Tract in the Mongolian language that Bawden examines was printed especially for the missionaries of the London Missionary Society who were active among the Buryat Mongols of Siberia between 1818 and 1847.
Some of that could be due to Japanese actor Tadanobu Asano's unfamiliarity with the Mongolian language and a resulting dialogue-stingy, tamped-down performance.
For those interested in Mongolian language, history, and culture, this is a landmark publication.
The Buddhist community is not homogeneous, and there are several competing schools, including a small group that believes that the sutras (books containing religious teachings) should be in the Mongolian language and that all members of the religious clergy should be citizens.
3) His instructions specified that he should "study the Mongolian language and literature, make acquaintance with the Mongolian people, gather information respecting the localities most suited to closer intercourse with them, and the forms of labor best adapted to accomplish the great purpose of evangelizing them.
In 1935, Nomoto, a native of the southwestern prefecture of Kagoshima, traveled to Manchuria and was posted at a division of the Japanese Kwantung Army as a Mongolian language research student.
In 1960, he moved to Italy and was instrumental in spreading Tibetan culture in the West, teaching the Tibetan and Mongolian languages and literature at the Istituto Universitario Orientale in Naples, Italy.
2 of WorldType Layout Engine adds support for the Khmer, Tibetan and Mongolian languages.
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