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Mongols are one or several ethnic groups largely located in Mongolia, China, and Russia.
Mongol (s) may also refer to:
Ethnography and linguistics
- Mongol Empire, the largest contiguous empire ever created in history
- Mongol language, the language spoken by the Mongols, either Mongolian language, Middle Mongolian (13th-14th century) or even any of the Mongolic languages
- Mongol language (Papua New Guinea)
- Mongoloid, a historical racial classification named after the Mongols
- Red tasseled Mongols, an alternative name of Manchu people
- Mongol (film), a 2007 film by Sergei Bodrov
- Moğollar, Turkish rock band
- Mongoloid, people with Down's Syndrome.
- Mongols Motorcycle Club, a motorcycle club in the United States and Mexico
- People with Down syndrome, traditionally called "Mongolism" after the Mongols, now usually considered offensive
- Mongolian spot, a blue spot in children in certain populations named after the Mongols
- Epicanthic fold, also sometimes stated as "Mongolian eye fold" in certain languages, named after the Mongols
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