noun, plural Tur·co·mans.
noun, plural Tur·ko·mans.
Origin of Turkoman
Examples from the Web for turcoman
Contemporary Examples of turcoman
Our members are from every group: Sunni, Shia, Christian, Turcoman, Kurd.Bikers of Baghdad: Sunnis, Shias, Skulls, ‘Harleys,’ and Iraqi Flags
July 20, 2014
Historical Examples of turcoman
But my heart warmed to this Turcoman and his love for his horses.Bulgaria
The type is more strongly defined in the Turcoman women than in the men.The Human Race
The village of Nebbi Yunus is inhabited by Turcoman families.Discoveries among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon
Austen H. Layard
A Turcoman encampment in the neighborhood supplied us with milk and eggs.The Lands of the Saracen
It is to give the grass of the eastern steppes to the Turcoman horses to consume.Michael Strogoff
Word Origin for Turkoman
c.1600, from Medieval Latin Turcomannus, from Persian Turkman, literally "Turk-like," from Turk + -man "like."