Oghuz

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Etymology[edit]

From Turkish Oğuz, from an Old Turkic 𐰆𐰍𐰕(uǧz), a term for a tribal military division, perhaps in origin an early plural of 𐰸(ok, kin) (arrows in early Turkic culture were used as symbolizing such tribes or divisions in ceremonial or ritual contexts).

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Oghuz pl (plural only)

  1. A group of south-western Turkic people, including the Turks and Turkmens

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Oghuz

  1. A subbranch of the Turkic language family. The three languages with the largest number of speakers are Turkish, Azerbaijani, and Turkmen.

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