Mongols

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Mongols
Монголчууд
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Total population
~10 million
Regions wi signeeficant populations
Majority populations
Mongolie 3,000,000 [1]
Minority populations
Cheenae 5,810,000 [2]
Russia 621,827 [3]
Sooth Korea 34,000 [4]
Unitit States 15,000–18,000 [5]
Czech Republic 7,515 [6]
Japan 5,401 [7]
Germany 3,852 [7]
Unitit Kinrick 3,701 [7]
Fraunce 2,859 [7]
Turkey 2,645 [7]
Kazakhstan 2,523 [7]
Leids

Predominantly Mongolic leids, an aw Cheenese an Roushie

Releegion

Predominantly Tibetan Buddhism, an aw Shamanism (formally Tengriism).[2][8]
Small Christian group exist.

Sib ethnic groups

Daur, Monguor an Turco-Mongol fowks

Mongols (Mongolie: Aboot this soond Монголчууд ), Mongolchuud) are a Central-East Asie ethnic group that bides mainly in the kintras o Mongolie, Cheenae, an Roushie. Awin tae wars an migrations, Mongols are foond in some Central Asie states sic as Kazakhstan an aw. In Cheenae, ethnic Mongols can be foond mainly in the central north region o Cheenae sic as Inner Mongolie (smawer nummer o Mongols can be foond in Xinjiang in northwast Cheenae an aw). The Buryat brainch o the Mongol ethnic group can be foond in the autonomous republic o Buryatie, Roushie. Ethnic Mongols are bund thegither bi a common leid an cultur. Thay speak leids belangin tae the Mongolic leids. The contiguous territories inhabitit bi ethnic Mongols is kent as Greater Mongolie an aw. Thare are approximately 10 million ethnic Mongols in total.

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  1. "CIA - The World Factbook". Cia.gov. Retrieved 2012-02-22. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Mongolian Ethnic Group (China.org.cn June 21, 2005)
  3. 2,656 Mongols proper, 445,175 Buryats, 173,996 Kalmyks (Russian Census (2002))
  4. "'Korean Dream' fills Korean classrooms in Mongolia", The Chosun Ilbo, 2008-04-24, retrieved 2009-02-06 [deid airtin]
  5. Bahrampour, Tara (2006-07-03). "Mongolians Meld Old, New In Making Arlington Home". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2007-09-05. 
  6. "Latest numbers show 7,500 Mongolians working in Czech Republic", Mongolia Web, 2008-02-19, retrieved 2008-10-04 
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 Mongolia National Census 2010 Provision Results. National Statistical Office of Mongolia (in Mongolian.)
  8. China Mongolian, Mongol Ethnic Minority, Mongols History, Food