List of modern Mongol clans

This is a list of modern Mongol clans.

Khalkha clanEdit

AEdit

Aduuchin

BEdit

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

DEdit

Daguur (Khitans); Dolood (Dughlats)

HEdit

Hatagin

JEdit

EEdit

Eljigin

GEdit

Gorlos

HEdit

Harnut

JEdit

Jalaid (Jalairs)

NEdit

Naiman, Nirun

OEdit

Olkhonud (Olkhunut)

ShEdit

Saljiud, Sharnud (Sharaid)

TEdit

Taijiud or Taijuud, Tatar, Togoruutan

TsEdit

Tsoros (Choros)

YEdit

Yamaat; Yunsheebuu (Southern Mongols)

Buryat clansEdit

AEdit

Atagan

SEdit

Sunud

BEdit

Bodonguud

Daur clansEdit

DEdit

Daguur; Dular

Hamnigan clansEdit

Altanhan (Mongol); Huuchid (Mongol)

Oirat clansEdit

Khoton clansEdit

Burut

Myangad clansEdit

Barga; Onhod Ongut

Zakhchin clansEdit

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

Other Oirat clansEdit

HEdit

Khoid

Southern Mongolian clansEdit

AEdit

Alagui

BEdit

Bayud (Bayads); Burde

MEdit

Manggud (Manghud)

TEdit

Tunggaid (Modern Khereid)

UEdit

Uushin

Mongolian Tuva Tsaatan-DukhaEdit

Urud (Mongol)

Mongolian Tuva clansEdit

Ak irgit; Kizil soyon; (Olot)

Yugur clansEdit

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

Other Mongolic clansEdit

MEdit

Moghol people

Mughal tribe (most mixed with Indo-Europeans)[1][2][circular reference]Uzbeks Kazakhs

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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