What race are Chuvash?

What race are Chuvash?

What race are Chuvash?

Chuvash are descended from Volga Bolgars who assimilated local Finnic and Turkic peoples. Chuvash live, primarily, in the Chuvash Republic as well as in Tatarstan and Bashkortostan. The Chuvash language is from the Turkic branch of the Uralo-Altaic language family. Chuvash are Eastern Orthodox Christians in religion.

What does Chuvash mean?

1a : a people related to Mordvin and Cheremis inhabiting the Chuvash Republic of eastern Russia. b : a member of such people. 2 : the Turkish dialect spoken by the Chuvash people.

Are Chuvash Turkic?

The Chuvash people (UK: /ˈtʃuːvɑːʃ/ CHOO-vahsh, US: /tʃʊˈvɑːʃ/ chuu-VAHSH; Chuvash: чӑваш [tɕəˈʋaʃ]; Russian: чуваши [tɕʊˈvaʂɨ]) are a Turkic ethnic group branch of Oghurs, native to an area stretching from the Volga Region to Siberia.

Where do Chuvash live?

western Russia
Chuvash, ethnic minority in western Russia who constitute the majority of the population of Chuvashia. Another 850,000 Chuvash are found in other parts of Russia.

How do you say hello in Chuvash?

A collection of useful phrases in Chuvash, a Turkic language spoken mainly in the Chuvash Republic, a part of the Russian Federation….Useful phrases in Chuvash.

Phrase Чӑваш чӗлхи (Chuvash)
Hello (General greeting) Салам! (Salam!) Лайӑх-и (Lajăh-i) Сывӑ-и (Syvă-i)
Hello (on phone)

What language do Crimean Tatars speak?

Kipchak Turkic language
Crimean Tatar language (qırımtatar tili, къырымтатар тили), also called Crimean language (qırım tili, къырым тили), is a Kipchak Turkic language spoken in Crimea and the Crimean Tatar diasporas of Uzbekistan, Turkey, Romania and Bulgaria, as well as small communities in the United States and Canada.

What language is Uzbeks?

Uzbekistan/Official languages

Is Tatar a language?

Tatar language, northwestern (Kipchak) language of the Turkic language family within the Altaic language group. It is spoken in the republic of Tatarstan in west-central Russia and in Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, and China. There are numerous dialectal forms.