Origin of Mongolic
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Historical Examples of mongolic
My reasons for supposing the language to be a Turkic or Mongolic dialect are simple.Palestine
Claude Reignier Conder
Asia is mainly peopled by races belonging to two great ethnographic types, the Caucasic or fair type, and the Mongolic or yellow.
This latter trait is fatal to any assumption of a persistence of Kirghez blood, or of any Mongolic extraction, in fact.
The lids of his Mongolic eyes were lowered, and the beads of jet glittered wickedly from under them.The Heritage of the Hills
Arthur P. Hankins
The general yellow tint emphasizes their Mongolic appearance, which all travellers have noticed.
- a branch or subfamily of the Altaic family of languages, including Mongolian, Kalmuck, and Buryat
- another word for Mongoloid