Part of speech: noun

One of the race inhabiting Mongolia, between China and Siberia; frequently applied to the Chinese generally.

Part of speech: adjective


Part of speech: noun


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Usage examples "mongol":

  1. The Mongol fell all covered with blood, a splash of which I noticed on the yellow silk of the Lama's coat. - "Beasts, Men and Gods", Ferdinand Ossendowski.
  2. Was it of any importance in his opinion that this Mongol seemed to know, without appearing to do so, the three second- class travelers, who were also Mongols? - "The Adventures of a Special Correspondent", Jules Verne.
  3. It is not my intention to describe either the peoples or the countries through which we passed, but no study of the blending and dovetailing of totally different races into the different types that we particularise under the names of Chinese, Mongol, Tartar and Russian, would be complete without a journey along the Siberian and Eastern Chinese Railway. - "With the "Die-Hards" in Siberia", John Ward.