kimak


kimak
kímak m <G -mka, N mn -mci, G kȋmākā>
DEFINICIJA
reg. zool., v. stjenica (1)
ETIMOLOGIJA
dalmat.lat. cimex

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  • Kimek Khanate — The Kimek Khanate, also spelled Kimäk Khanate and Kimak Kaganate was a prominent medieval Turkic state formed by the Kimek and Kipchak people in the area of the Ob Irtysh interfluvial. It existed as the Kimak Kaganate from approximately 743 to… …   Wikipedia

  • Kimek — The Kimek or Kimak (Yemek, Yamak, Djamuk) are one of the Turkic tribes known from Arab and Persian medieval geographers and writers as being one of the seven tribes in the Kimak Kaganate in the period of 743 1050 AD. The other six constituent… …   Wikipedia

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  • Bachman — may refer to:* Bachman Khan (1210 ndash;1239 or 1240), a Kimak khan *an anglicized spelling of the surname Bachmann: ** John Bachman (1790 ndash;1874), American naturalist ** Charlie Bachman (1892 ndash;1985), Hall of Fame college football coach… …   Wikipedia

  • Yamak — is one of supposedly Turkic tribes known from Arab and Persian Middle Age geographers and writers as being one of the seven tribes in the Kimak Kaganate in the period of 743 1050 AD. The other six constituent tribes per Abu Said Gardizi (d. 1061) …   Wikipedia

  • Bayandur — is one of Turkic tribes known from Arab and Persian Middle Age geographers and writers as being one of the seven tribes in the Kimak Kaganate in the period of 743 1050 AD. The other six constituent tribes per Abu Said Gardizi (died 1061) were… …   Wikipedia

  • Lanikaz — is one of supposedly Turkic tribes known from Arab and Persian Middle Age geographers and writers as being one of the seven tribes in the Kimak Kaganate in the period of 743 1050 AD. The other six constituent tribes per Abu Said Gardizi (d. 1061) …   Wikipedia


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