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Kalmuck

Kalmuck

noun Kal·muck \ˈkal-ˌmək, kal-ˈ\\kal-ˈmik\

Definition of KALMUCK

1
:  a member of a Buddhist Mongol people originally of Dzungaria living mainly northwest of the Caspian Sea in Russia
2
:  the Mongolian language of the Kalmucks

Variants of KALMUCK

Kal·muck or Kal·muk \ˈkal-ˌmək, kal-ˈ\ or Kal·myk \kal-ˈmik\

Origin of KALMUCK

Russian kalmyk, from Volga Tatar kalmık
First Known Use: 1613

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