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Bash·kir
[bahsh-keer, bash-; Russian buh-shkyeer]
NOUN [PLURAL BASH·KIRS, (ESPECIALLY COLLECTIVELY) BASH·KIR]
1.
a member of a people living in the Bashkir Autonomous Republic and adjacent areas.
2.
the Turkic language of the Bashkir, closely related to Tatar.
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