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Kyrgyz


  • Here are entered works on the Turkic people native to Kyrgyzstan and adjacent areas of Central Asia and also works on citizens of Kyrgyzstan not currently residing within Kyrgyzstan.
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  • Variants

    • Kaisaks
    • Kaissaks
    • Kirghese
    • Kirghiz
    • Kirghizes
    • Kirgiz
    • Kirgizes
    • Kirguis
    • Kyrgyzes
    • Kyrgyzstanis
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Kirghiz
  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: 93012332: Kyrgyzstan, 1993.
    • found: Britannica Micro.(Kirgiz)
    • found: RFE/RL Daily Report, 27 Jan. 1993.
    • found: Britannica 1992(Kirgiz (Kirghiz))
    • found: Amer. heritage dict. of the Eng. lang., c2000(Kyrgyz or Kirghiz or Kirgiz, pl. Kyrgyz or -gyzes or Kirghiz or -ghizes or Kirgiz or -gizes)
    • found: The Kirghiz of Afghanistan, 1975.(OCoLC)877880099
    • found: Shahrani, M.N.M. Kirghiz pastoral nomads of the Afghan Pamirs, 1976.(OCoLC)19828806
    • found: Merriam-Webster dictionary online, Nov. 4, 2020(Kyrgyz: a member of a Turkic people of Kyrgyzstan and adjacent areas of central Asia)
    • found: Lexico (OED) website, Nov. 4, 2020(Kyrgyz (also Kirghiz): 1. A member of an indigenous people of central Asia, living chiefly in Kyrgyzstan. 2. The Turkic language of the Kyrgyz, with approximately 2 million speakers)
    • found: Britannica online, Nov. 4, 2020(Kyrgyz, also spelled Kirgiz or Kirghiz, Turkic-speaking people of Central Asia, most of whom live in Kyrgyzstan. Small numbers reside in Afghanistan, in western China, and in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Turkey)
    • found: Over 200,000 Kyrgyzstanis have Russian work permit, in Russia & CIS business and financial newswire, Aug. 15, 2010, via Gale General OneFile, accessed Nov. 4, 2020(Kyrgyzstanis; more than 500,000 Kyrgyz citizens work in Russia)
    • found: List of adjectival and demonymic forms for countries and nations, via WWW, Nov. 4, 2020(Kyrgyzstan. Adjectivals: Kyrgyzstani, Kyrgyz, Kirgiz, Kirghiz. Demonyms: Kyrgyzstanis, Kyrgyz, Kirgiz, Kirghiz)
    • found: Dickson, P. Labels for locals, 2006(Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyz or Kirghiz; there is evidence for Kyrgyzstani as an adjective)
    • found: The world factbook, via WWW, Nov. 4, 2020(under Kyrgyzstan: Nationality: noun: Kyrgyzstani(s); adjective: Kyrgyzstani)
    • found: UNBIS thesaurus, via WWW, Nov. 4, 2020(Kyrgyzs. BT National groups. RT Kyrgyzstan)
    • found: ILO thesaurus, via WWW, Nov. 4, 2020(Kyrgyz. Broader Concepts: Europeans; Asian. Related concepts: Kyrgyzstan)
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on the Turkic people native to Kyrgyzstan and adjacent areas of Central Asia and also works on citizens of Kyrgyzstan not currently residing within Kyrgyzstan.
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    • 2002-03-04: new
    • 2021-01-15: revised
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