Mongke

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Mongke (also Mönkh, Monkh, Munkh) means "eternal" in Mongolian language and may refer to:

Peoples[edit]

Medieval[edit]

  • Möngke Khan (1209-1259), Great khan of the Mongol Empire
  • Yesü Möngke, khan of Chagatai khanate, 1247-1252
  • Mengu-Timur (d. 1282), also known as Mongke Temur, khan of the Golden Horde, 1267-1280
  • Tuda-Mengu, also known as Tode Mongke, khan of the Golden Horde from 1280-1287
  • Möngke Temür, also known as Mengtemu, chieftain of the Jianzhou Jurchens from 1405-1433
  • Batumöngke Dayan Khan, khan of the Northern Yuan Dynasty from 1479–1517

Modern[edit]

Geographic and populated places[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Mengü, the Turkic equivalent
  • Mengi, the Turkic equivalent