Алтай

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Kazakh[edit]

Cyrillic Алтай (Altay)
Arabic التاي
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Proper noun[edit]

Алтай (Altay)

  1. Altay, Altai (a mountain range in Central Asia); see Altai Mountains
  2. Altai Republic (a republic of Russia)
  3. Altai Krai (a krai of Russia)
  4. Altay (a prefecture of Xinjiang, China)
  5. Altay (a city in Altay prefecture, Xinjiang, China)
  6. Altay (a town in the East Kazakhstan Region, Kazakhstan)
  7. Altay (the capital city of Govi-Altai Province, Mongolia)
  8. A male given name, Altay

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Northern Altai[edit]

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Алтай (Altay)

  1. Altay, Altai (a mountain range in Central Asia); see Altai Mountains
  2. Altai Republic (a republic of Russia)
  3. Altai Krai (a krai of Russia)
  4. A prefecture of Xinjiang, China
  5. A city in Altay prefecture, Xinjiang, China
  6. A town in the East Kazakhstan Region, Kazakhstan
  7. The capital city of Govi-Altai Province, Mongolia

Russian[edit]

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Алта́й (Altájm inan (genitive Алта́я, related adjective алта́йский)

  1. Altay, Altai (a mountain range in Central Asia); see Altai Mountains
  2. Altai Republic (a republic of Russia)
  3. Altai Krai (a krai of Russia)
  4. A prefecture of Xinjiang, China
  5. A city in Altay prefecture, Xinjiang, China
  6. A town in the East Kazakhstan Region, Kazakhstan
  7. The capital city of Govi-Altai Province, Mongolia

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Southern Altai[edit]

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Алтай (Altay)

  1. Altay, Altai (a mountain range in Central Asia); see Altai Mountains
  2. Altai Republic (a republic of Russia)
  3. Altai Krai (a krai of Russia)
  4. A prefecture of Xinjiang, China
  5. A city in Altay prefecture, Xinjiang, China
  6. A town in the East Kazakhstan Region, Kazakhstan
  7. The capital city of Govi-Altai Province, Mongolia