Yakut

NOUN
  1. a member of a Turkic people of northeastern Siberia (mainly in the Lena river basin)
  2. the Turkic language spoken by the Yakut
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How To Use Yakut In A Sentence

  • The other Yakut avoid them, sometimes even deny that there are any Chenka people at all. TROPIC OF NIGHT
  • This was only one of the many directions in which the Yakut people spread from their homeland on the Lena.
  • Some exobiologists have theorized that comets such as Hyakutake helped seed early Earth with the ingredients for life.
  • This bay is a long slender arm of the sea which puts out from the head of Yakutat Bay and penetrates the St. Elias range of mountains. My Boyhood
  • The historian Yakut described it picturesquely as a "mother of castles".
  • Although the Yakutians are a minority, they have firm control of the territory.
  • On the third day the servant managed to hire a telega from a superior farmer and they started immediately, the heavy luggage having been consigned to a merchant vessel at Yakutsk. Rezánov
  • This bay is a long slender arm of the sea which puts out from the head of Yakutat Bay and penetrates the St. Elias range of mountains. My Boyhood
  • The Lena River in Yakutsk, Russia, is another classic source of cubic crystals.
  • The native Yakuts, a Turkic tribe with Asiatic features who speak a language full of throaty, mooing vowels, were largely engaged in reindeer herding.
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