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Mon·go·li·an

 (mŏng-gō′lē-ən, -gōl′yən, mŏn-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to Mongolia, the Mongols, or their language or culture.
2. also mongolian Offensive Of or relating to Down syndrome.
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Mongolia.
2. A member of the Mongol people.
3.
a. Any of the various spoken and written dialects and languages of the Mongols living in Mongolia and China. Also called Mongol.
b. See Mongolic.
4. Anthropology A member of the Mongoloid racial classification. No longer in scientific use.
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Mongolian

(mɒŋˈɡəʊlɪən)
adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to Mongolia, its people, or their language
2. (Peoples) of or relating to Mongolia, its people, or their language
3. (Languages) of or relating to Mongolia, its people, or their language
n
4. (Peoples) a native of Mongolia
5. (Languages) the language of Mongolia. See Khalkha
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Mon•go•li•an

(mɒŋˈgoʊ li ən, mɒn-)

n.
1. a native or inhabitant of the Mongolian People's Republic or Inner Mongolia.
3.
a. a family of closely related languages spoken by the historical Mongols and their descendants.
b. a language of this family spoken by most of the ethnic Mongolians of the Mongolian People's Republic and Inner Mongolia.
adj.
5. of or pertaining to Mongolia or its inhabitants.
6. of or pertaining to the Mongols or their languages.
[1730–40]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Mongolian - a member of the nomadic peoples of MongoliaMongolian - a member of the nomadic peoples of Mongolia
Oriental, oriental person - a member of an Oriental race; the term is regarded as offensive by Asians (especially by Asian Americans)
Mongol Tatar, Tatar, Tartar - a member of the Mongolian people of central Asia who invaded Russia in the 13th century
Kalka, Khalka, Khalkha - the Mongol people living in the central and eastern parts of Outer Mongolia
2.Mongolian - a family of Altaic language spoken in MongoliaMongolian - a family of Altaic language spoken in Mongolia
Altaic language, Altaic - a group of related languages spoken in Asia and southeastern Europe
Kalka, Khalka, Khalkha - the language of the Khalkha that is the official language of the Mongolian People's Republic
Adj.1.Mongolian - of or relating to the modern Mongolian People's RepublicMongolian - of or relating to the modern Mongolian People's Republic; "the Mongolian embassy"
2.Mongolian - of or relating to the region of Mongolia or its people or their languages or culturesMongolian - of or relating to the region of Mongolia or its people or their languages or cultures; "the Mongol invaders"; "a Mongolian pony"; "Mongolian syntax strongly resembles Korean syntax"
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Translations
Mongolmongolskýmongolštinamongoloid
mongolmongolsk
mongolmongoollane
mongolialainenmongolian kielimongolia
Mongolmongolski
mongol
mongólska
モンゴルのモンゴル人モンゴル語モンゴロイド
몽골 사람몽골어몽골의
mongolmongolamongolemongoli
mongoliskamongolmongolisk
kimongolia
เกี่ยวกับมองโกเลียชาวมองโกเลียภาษามองโกเลีย
người Mông Cổthuộc nước/người/tiếng Mông Cổtiếng Mông Cổ

Mongolian

[mɒŋˈgəʊlɪən]
A. ADJmongol
B. N
1. (= person) → mongol(a) m/f
2. (Ling) → mongol m
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Mongolian

[mɒŋˈgəʊliən]
adjmongol(e)
n
(= person) → Mongol(e) m/f
(= language) → mongol m
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Mongolian

n
Mongole m, → Mongolin f
(= language)Mongolisch nt
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Mongolian

[mɒŋˈgəʊlɪən]
1. adj (people, tribe) → mongolo/a; (language) → mongolico/a
2. n (person) → mongolo/a
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Mongolian

اللغة المنغولية, مَنْغُولِيّ, مَنْغُولِيٌّ Mongol, mongolský, mongolština mongol, mongolsk Mongole, mongolisch Μογγολικά, μογγολικός, Μογγόλος mongol mongolialainen, mongolian kieli mongol Mongol, mongolski mongolo モンゴルの, モンゴル人, モンゴル語 몽골 사람, 몽골어, 몽골의 Mongoliër, Mongools mongoler, mongolsk język mongolski, Mongoł, mongolski mongol монгол, монгольский, монгольский язык mongol, mongolisk, mongoliska เกี่ยวกับมองโกเลีย, ชาวมองโกเลีย, ภาษามองโกเลีย Moğol, Moğolca người Mông Cổ, thuộc nước/người/tiếng Mông Cổ, tiếng Mông Cổ 蒙古人, 蒙古的, 蒙古语
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References in classic literature ?
At this evidence of Mongolian barbarity the White Christians were so greatly incensed that they carried out their original design.
"Like all such tribes, I shall expect to find them of poly-synthetic speech and of Mongolian type."
The Mongolian theory I regard with deep suspicion."
The miserable pigtail Mongolian went to hewing away at the saplings all round the stems, like a worm o' the dust gnawing a radish.
An instrument used by the Caucasian to enhance his beauty, by the Mongolian to make a guy of himself, and by the Afro-American to affirm his worth.
A person with a Caucasian body and a Mongolian soul.
Costume, at a glance, gave him a thrilling association with horses (enough to specify the hat-brim which took the slightest upward angle just to escape the suspicion of bending downwards), and nature had given him a face which by dint of Mongolian eyes, and a nose, mouth, and chin seeming to follow his hat-brim in a moderate inclination upwards, gave the effect of a subdued unchangeable sceptical smile, of all expressions the most tyrannous over a susceptible mind, and, when accompanied by adequate silence, likely to create the reputation of an invincible understanding, an infinite fund of humor-- too dry to flow, and probably in a state of immovable crust,-- and a critical judgment which, if you could ever be fortunate enough to know it, would be the thing and no other.
A twisted and wizened complex of apish features, perforated by upturned, sky-open, Mongolian nostrils, by a mouth that sagged from a huge upper-lip and faded precipitately into a retreating chin, by peering querulous eyes that blinked as blink the eyes of denizens of monkey-cages.
His huge shoulder heaved and he sent an iron fist smash into Magnus's bland Mongolian visage, laying him on the lawn as flat as a starfish.
At the ceremony, the Mongolian President noted that numerous works are being organized in cooperation with the Russian side with a view to promote and glorify the value of the historic victory of the Mongolian and Soviet fighters in frame of the anniversary celebration these days.
"Mongolian companies have already been ready to participate in the expo.