Buryat

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Buryat

(bʊəˈjɑːt; bʊərɪˈɑːt) or

Buriat

n
1. (Peoples) a member of a Mongoloid people living chiefly in the Buryat Republic
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Mongolic branch of the Altaic family
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Petersburg, Pskov, Irkutsk, Buriat and Chinese border lands, Petropavlovsk in Kamchatka, Kodiak Island, Alaska, and Hawaii.
The specialised nature of Buriat craniometrics, which is very clear both from index and multivariate analysis (Figures 4 to 11), has been noted previously [6].
Many Evenki living in the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) have had heavy contact with the Yakut language, just as the speech of those living in Buriatia shows a significant influence of Buriat...most fluent Evenki speakers are over fifty, and all are multilingual." (Whaley, Grenoble, & Li 1999:294).
Ethnic groups (2010): About 94.43% Mongol (predominantly Khalkha); 3.86% Turkic (largest group, Kazakh); Buriat 1.71%.
Apparently a Buriat by origin, he had been a personal attendant of the Sengchen Lama.
Actually, the heads of the Buriat people of Siberia tend to be broad, perhaps an adaption to cold climates (Balter, 2005).
When Soviet industries closed, Chinese consumer goods flooded the city and the entire Far East, Eastern Siberia, and many other Russian regions, including the Maritime, Amur, Chita, and Kharbarovsk provinces, the Buriat Republic, Yakutiia, the Kamchatka and Chukotka Peninsulas, and Sakhalin Island, where Americans have invested heavily.
Traditsionnaia muzykal' naia kul'tura buriat: uchebnometodicheskoe posobie.
Unlike the Mongolian who is always moving and therefore always a "barbaro," the Buriat understands that "[l]a civilta non comincia che quando la tenda si trasforma in casa [...] il buriato ha realmente fatto il primo passo verso la civilizzazione: fermandosi" (255).
This category did not include the "numerically large" peoples including Komi, Yakut (Sakha), and Buriat (Shnirelman, 1999:119), although these same large-numbered peoples are classified as indigenous in global terms.