Khalkha


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Khalkha

(ˈkælkə)
n
(Languages) the dialect of Mongolian that is the official language of Mongolia
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Noun1.Khalkha - the Mongol people living in the central and eastern parts of Outer MongoliaKhalkha - the Mongol people living in the central and eastern parts of Outer Mongolia
Mongol, Mongolian - a member of the nomadic peoples of Mongolia
2.Khalkha - the language of the Khalkha that is the official language of the Mongolian People's Republic
Mongolic, Mongolic language, Mongolian - a family of Altaic language spoken in Mongolia
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Additional symbols and markings were included by Zanabazar to make it more suitable for the Mongolian Khalkha dialect.
SANAA, March 23 (Saba) -- Ministry of Healthy on Friday completed the equipment for Madeed health center in Nehm area in the capital Sanaa funded by the Social Fund for Development and the health unit in the region of Khalkha funded by the Atah' foundation for relief and development in at a cost of $ 77,000.
At the end of the meeting, Rosneft Company informed that it will be donating EUR 8 million for the purpose of redeveloping the Khalkhgol Soum Center, Dornod Aimag, in frames of the Mongolian-Russian joint celebration of the 80th anniversary of the victory of the Khalkha River Battle.
Among their topics are some aspects of the language usage of the Darkhat and Oirat female shamans, pronouns and other terms of address in Khalkha Mongolian, Sino-Mongolics in the Qugiz epic poem K|k|t|y's Memorial Feast, by Sagimbay Orozbaq uulu, reflexes of the *VgV and *VxV groups in the Mongol vocabulary of the Sino-Mongol glossary Dada y/Beilu yiya of the late-16th-to-early 17th-centuries, and last-words of Xiao Chala Zionggong in Khitan script.
"We fought hard with the villagers and tried stopping them, arguing with them," Usha Khalkha, 25, who lost her mother-in-law that night, told Arab News.
An airport named after Genghis Khan and spelled in Standard Khalkha Mongolian is the Chinggis Khaan International Airport in Ulan Bator.
Koster spends a respectable amount of time setting the stage for White's mission, providing background histories of Japanese aggression in China and Korea and detailing the building tensions between Russia and Japan over the disputed border territory along the Khalkha River between Mongolia and Manchuria.
Ethnic groups (2010): About 94.43% Mongol (predominantly Khalkha); 3.86% Turkic (largest group, Kazakh); Buriat 1.71%.
He refers to Khalkha Mongolian, where CVC syllables are light in terms of stress--i.e., the nucleus and the coda should share a mora, yet the measurements indicate that the vowel is of the same duration in both CV and CVC syllables (Gordon 2002 : 69).
(61) The monks of these two Dge lugs institutions, resentful of being under the control of the Gtsang king, began to plan, in conjunction with Khalkha Mongolian troops, an armed attack against the Gtsang pa forces stationed in Lhasa.