[bahsh-keer, bash-; Russian buh-shkyeer]
[PLURAL BASH·KIRS, (ESPECIALLY COLLECTIVELY) BASH·KIR]
a member of a people living in the Bashkir Autonomous Republic and adjacent areas.
the Turkic language of the Bashkir, closely related to Tatar.
The Bashkirs (Bashkir: Башҡорттар; Russian: Башкиры) are a Turkic people
indigenous to Bashkortos...
The American Bashkir Curly Horse Registry preserves, promotes and protects the
rare American Bashkir Curly Horse.
Details of Bashkir, a Turkic language spoken Republic of Bashkortostan, and in
other parts of the Russian Federation. Includes details of how to write Bashkir ...
The Bashkirs are a Turkic people who primarily live in the Ural Mountains of
Bashkiria, Russia. Some also live in the former Soviet republics of Kazakhstan
are descended from the Russian Bashkir. However, upon closer examination this
does not seem plausible. Shan Thomas, author of "The Curly Horse in America ...
he Bashkir evolved centuries ago around the southern foothills of the Ural
Mountains. It used to be quite common in the Volga and Urals regions as a riding,
It was once believed that these curly coated horses were ancestors of the
Russian Bashkir of Bashkortostan, however in recent years this was found to be
[by Geniya Derevyannykh]. The Bashkirs are a Sunni Muslim ethnic group, the
majority of which lives in a constituent republic of the Russian Federation, ...
Mar 25, 2014 ... Bashkir, member of a Turkic people, numbering more than 1,070,000 in the late
20th century, settled in the eastern part of European Russia, ...