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The term Eastern Mongols may refer to:
- Buryats, Khalkhas and Inner Mongolians settling in Eastern Greater Mongolia[disambiguation needed] (as opposed to Oirats (= Western Mongols))
- Khorchin and Kharchin Mongols who mainly settle in south-western Manchuria as farmers and herder-farmers and speak Eastern Mongolian dialects (as opposed to Khalkha and Chahar Mongols who live as pure herders in their west and speak Central Mongolian dialects)
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