Uighur

NOUN
  1. a member of a people who speak Uighur and live in Xinjiang and adjacent areas
  2. the script (derived from Aramaic) used to write the Uighur language
  3. the Turkic language spoken by approximately 7,000,000 Uighur in extreme northwestern China
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How To Use Uighur In A Sentence

  • The Uighurs are expected to be put up in government accommodation in one of the less salubrious neighbourhoods outside Hamilton. Times, Sunday Times
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  • The Uighurs are expected to be put up in government accommodation in one of the less salubrious neighbourhoods outside Hamilton. Times, Sunday Times
  • The posters emphasised that the judges who had pronounced the death sentences were themselves Uighurs. Times, Sunday Times
  • The trouble started when rumors began to spread that turkic-speaking, mainly Muslim Uighur migrant workers at the toy plant had raped Chinese women.
  • ALMATY (Reuters) - Hundreds of Uighurs rallied in Kazakhstan's largest city Almaty on Thursday to mourn those who died in violent clashes in the neighbouring Xinjiang region of China has made public a list of names and photographs of 15 Uighurs wanted for their roles in rioting which killed almost 200 people in the WN.com - Articles related to Vitamin D 'may cut premature birth risk and protect newborn babies'
  • Some Uighurs said they were concerned about revenge attacks by Han Chinese, as happened in 2009 when almost 200 people were killed in interethnic riots in the regional capital, Urumqi. Beijing Points to Pakistan After Ethnic Violence
  • I had my wallet stolen from the Uighurs more than once in the subways (people square, shanghai). Global Voices in English » The Uyghurs: Persecuted Muslim Minority in NorthWest China
  • Nearby, a Uighur family run a small restaurant.
  • The posters emphasised that the judges who had pronounced the death sentences were themselves Uighurs. Times, Sunday Times
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