Mongols

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Predominantly Mongolic languages, also Chinese, Russian and Turkic

Predominantly Tibetan Buddhism and Shamanism, formally Tengriism.[1][4]
Small Christian and Muslim groups exist.

Khalkha, Uriankhai, Dörbed, Kalmyks, Oirats, Bayad, Dariganga, Üzemchin, Zakhchin, Daur, Buryats, Tuvans, Hazara, Chahar, Tümed, Mughals, Ordos, Turkic peoples, and other Altaic-speaking peoples

The name Mongol (Mongolian: Monggol.svg Mongγol; Cyrillic script: About this sound Монгол Mongol) specifies one or several ethnic groups, now mainly located in modern Mongolia, China and in Russia.

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