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List of modern Mongol clans

Khalkha clans

A

Aduuchin


B

Barga; Bayaud (Bayads); Barlas, Barulas; Borjigin; Besud

D

Daguur (Khitans); Dolood (Dughlats)

H

Hatagin

J

E

Eljigin

G

Gorlos

H

Harnut

J

Jalaid (Jalairs)

N

Naiman, Nirun

O

Olkhonud (Olkhunut)

Sh

Saljiud, Sharnud (Sharaid)

T

Taijiud, Tatar, Togoruutan

Ts

Tsoros (Choros)

Y

Yamaat; Yunsheebuu (Southern Mongols)

Buryat clans

A

Atagan

S

Sunud

Daur clans

D

Daguur; Dular

Hamnigan clans

Altanhan (Mongol); Huuchid (Mongol)

Oirat clans

Khoton clans

Burut

Myangad clans

Barga; Onhod Ongut

Zakhchin clans

Aatiinkhan; Adsagiinkhan; Baykhiinkhan; Burd Tariachin; Donjooniikhon; Damjaaniikhan; Dumiyenkhen; Emchiinkhen; Khereid; Khotonguud; Khurmshtiinkhan; Mukhlainkhan; Nokhoikhon; Shurdaankhan; Tavagzaaniikhan; Tsagaan Yas.

Other Oirat clans

H

Khoid

Southern Mongolian clans

A

Alagui

B

Bayud (Bayads); Burde

M

Manggud (Manghud)

T

Tunggaid (Khereid)

U

Uushin

Mongolian Tuva Tsaatan-Dukha

Urud (Mongol)

Mongolian Tuva clans

Ak irgit; Kizil soyon; (Olot)


Yugur clans

Arlat (Arulad); Kalka (Khalkha Mongols); Oirot (Oirats); Temurchin (Mongol)

See also

References

  • Монгол овгийн нэрийн учир, Ж.Сэржээ, УБ, 1999 (in Mongolian); Origin of modern Mongolian clan name, J.Serjee, Ulaanbaatar, 1999
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