noun, plural No·gais, (especially collectively) No·gai for 1.
Examples from the Web for nogai
There were bands, also, of the nomadic tribes, the short broad-faced Calmuck and the Nogai Tartars.The Circassian Chief|W.H.G. Kingston
The Nogai women are very timid, for the jealousy of their husbands is extreme.
A great number of Nogai Tatars have become completely blended with them.
Formerly there was a fourth pastoral tribe in this region—the Nogai Tartars.Russia|Donald Mackenzie Wallace
When the Nogai has two or more wives he constructs his house in such a manner that each of them may have her separate room.