Kazakh adat merged influences from Mongolic
, Islamic, and Russian law and was finally codified in the 1820s, a point Malikov might have made (317).
acclimatized to simple thinking and hard living, tall and stalwart, hale, hearty and humorous, onion-eating and fun-loving, children of nature, who are in every way more Mongolic
and more conservative than the conglomeration of peoples near Shanghai.
Japonic, Koreanic, Tungusic, Mongolic
and Turkic) is one of the most disputed issues in linguistic history.
Studies in Mongolic
Historical Morphology: Verb Formation in the Secret History of the Mongols
The most significant of these non-Chinese peoples proved to be the Xianbei ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), who were speakers of a language that may have been related to Mongolic
, and likely originated in the vicinity of what is now Manchuria or northeastern Inner Mongolia.
9 million people who speak at least one of several Mongolic
languages, as well as either Russian or Mandarin Chinese as inter-ethnic languages.
Mongol is an Altaic language--from the Altaic Mountains of Central Asia, a language family comprising the Turkic, Tungusic, and Mongolic
subfamilies--and is related to Turkic (Uzbek, Turkish, and Kazakh), Korean, and, possibly, Japanese.
Another trait of Mongolic
populations is an extra-root on mandibular molars.
The notion underlying the anthology is of a Eurasian linguistic continuum stretching from the Pacific in the east to the Mediterranean and Baltic in the west, containing the five families Japanic, Koreanic, Tungusic, Mongolic
, and Turkic.
153) The list divided immigrants into forty-two races, organized by five categories: Teutonic division from Northern Europe, Celtic division from Western Europe, Iberic division from Southern Europe, Slavic division from Eastern Europe, and Mongolic
Particularly interesting here was that, while his earlier paper of 1879 had distinguished between peninsulares (from Spain), insulares (from Cuba), people from the Canary Islands, negros africanos, negros nacidos en Cuba, and mulatos, as well as to a significant number of Chinese indentured labourers listed as of "yellow or mongolic
race," his new tally differentiated only between whites, mulatos, and negros (Fernandez 1901, 4-5).
If these Central Eurasians followed their usual pattern of intermarrying with the local people, this would suggest that ethnically the Chinese are not even purely Mongolic