Nuraddin

Nuraddin

 

(also Nurredin). Date of birth unknown; died 1440. Prince of the Nogai Horde from 1426 to 1440. Younger son of Edigei.

Continuing his father’s policies, Nuraddin strengthened the independence of the Nogai Horde. His name later came to denote a ruling prince or heir of a sovereign prince in the Nogai hordes.

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