noun, plural Tun·gus·es, (especially collectively) Tun·gus.
Origin of Tungus
Examples from the Web for tungus
Yet none of this was accompanied by the gaiety and animation which usually prevails among the Tungus on such occasions.
In southern and central Manchuria were remnants of the Tungus Juchên.
Daur is, in fact, the name applied by the Buryats to all the Tungus peoples of the Amur basin.Man, Past and Present|Agustus Henry Keane
The alien rulers were first the Mongols, and later the Tungus Manchus.
He was a stout man of possibly fifty years of age, unlike a Tungus, and dressed like a Yakut, with a silver Yakut belt.