Related formsUi·gu·ri·an, Ui·ghu·ri·an [wee-goo r-ee-uh n] /wiˈgʊər i ən/, Ui·gu·ric, Ui·ghu·ric, adjective
Examples from the Web for uighur
Teachers told me of a government decision to halt the teaching of the Uighur language in schools beginning in 2012.
Meanwhile, Uighur sources say several hundred thousand young Uighur woman have been forced to work in factories in eastern China.
Uighur sources counter that hundreds of Uighurs were killed after police allegedly opened fire.
This monastery lies about 25 m. south by east of the Uighur capital.
Then there's a Uighur on my list—I'll appear to him in a shaman's hut and he'll assume I'm a devil.
It is trilingual--viz., Chinese, Uighur, and runic or Yenissei characters.
Sanskrit's very simple, but medieval Russian's confusing, and as for Uighur—however!