Kalmyk

Member of a Mongolian-speaking people living in the Kalmyk Autonomous Republic. Traditionally they were seminomads, raising horses, cattle, sheep, and a few camels, and living in yurts (tents made...
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Kalmyk

Mongol people residing chiefly in Kalmykia republic, in southwestern Russia. Their language belongs to the Oyrat (Oirat), or western, branch of the ... [3 related articles]
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Kalmyk

Republic in the southwest of the Russian Federation; area 75,900 sq km/29,305 sq mi; population (1996) 319,000 (39% urban) (45% Kalmyks, 38% Russians). The capital is Elista, and Yashkul is another city. The republic is west of the lower Volga and has a short coastline on the northwestern shore of the Caspian Sea. Physical f...
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