[mong-goh-lee-uh n, mon-]
Origin of Mongolian
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Examples from the Web for mongolian
Under Mongolian law, any fossil specimen found in the Gobi Desert must stay in the possession of a Mongolian institution.Stopping the Million-Dollar Fossil Thieves: Illegal Trade Meets World of Insatiable Research
June 11, 2014
Is he a bearded Mongolian warrior on horseback, decked out in lustrous jade and gold armor?‘The Search for General Tso’: The Origins of America’s Favorite Chinese Dish, General Tso’s Chicken
April 19, 2014
Week after week we are shaken to learn that French bistro—No, Mongolian—No, Genever gin—No, soba—is THE food trend of the moment.This Book Will Change the Way You Eat
December 19, 2013
Certainly, similar conversations occur in miniscule Japanese apartments or Mongolian yurts, with appropriate substitutions.All Hail the French Meal
December 6, 2010
The pictures show some of the races we often see—Caucasian, Mongolian and negro.Where We Live
Emilie Van Beil Jacobs
It beat and rang on the Mongolian stewpans left out at the fireplace.From Pole to Pole
Sven Anders Hedin
His overcoat was Mongolian but his trousers and under jacket were not of the Mongolian pattern.
Colonel Sepailoff, the darkest person on the canvas of Mongolian events!
He was dressed in the yellow silken Mongolian coat with a black binding.
- offensive (not in technical use) of, relating to, or affected by Down's syndrome
- of or relating to Mongolia, its people, or their language
- a native of Mongolia
- the language of MongoliaSee Khalkha
Word Origin and History for mongolian
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Relating to Down syndrome. No longer in technical use. Now considered offensive.