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From Kyrgyz кыргыз (kırgız), possibly derived from Kyrgyz кырк ууз (kırk uuz, “forty tribes”); or possibly from кыргыс (kırgıs, “imperishable, inextinguishable, undying”); or less likely from кырк кыз (kırk kız, “forty girls”), a reference to the Epic of Manas unifying forty small tribes against the Chinese and the Muslim expansion. More at Kyrgyz.
Kyrgyz (plural Kyrgyz)
- member of a Turkic people living primarily in Kyrgyzstan
member of a Turkic people
- The Western Turkic language of Kyrgyz people.
- Wiktionary’s coverage of Kyrgyz terms
- ISO 639-1 code ky, ISO 639-3 code kir (SIL)
- Ethnologue entry for Kyrgyz, kir
Kyrgyz (not comparable)
- Of, from, or pertaining to Kyrgyzstan, the Kyrgyz people or the Kyrgyz language.
of, from, or pertaining to Kyrgyzstan, the Kyrgyz people or the Kyrgyz language
From the name in Kyrgyz, probably of Turkic origin. More at Kyrgyz.
Kyrgyz m anim (feminine Kyrgyzka)
- Kyrgyz (person)
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