• (noun): A member of the nomadic peoples of Mongolia.
    Synonyms: Mongolian
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on mongol, mongols:

Mongol Raids Into Palestine - Mongol Raids During Edward I's Crusade (1271)
... May 9, 1271, he immediately sent an embassy to the Mongol ruler Abaqa ... Edward's plan was to use the help of the Mongols to attack the Muslim leader Baibars. 461, In mid-October 1271, the Mongol troops requested by Edward arrived in Syria and ravaged the land from Aleppo southward ...
Mongol Invasions Of India
... The Mongol Empire launched several invasions into the Indian subcontinent from 1221 to 1327 ... Some of those later raids were made by the unruly Qaraunas of Mongol origin ... The Mongols made Kashmir their vassal state ...
Mongol Invasions Of India - Mongol Conquest of Kashmir and Conflicts With The Delhi Sultanate
... Some time after 1235 another Mongol force invaded Kashmir, stationing a darughachi (administrative governor) there for several years, and Kashmir became a Mongolian dependency ... Another Mongol general named Pakchak attacked Peshawar and defeated the army of tribes who had deserted Jalal ad-Din but were still a threat to the Mongols ... In winter 1241 the Mongol force invaded the Indus valley and besieged Lahore ...
Continued Armeno-Mongol Relations
... Burchard described the country as submitted to Mongol domination, and explained that Mongols were present at the royal Armenian court "Actually, I spent ... Cilician Armenia was attacked by the Mamluks and since the Mongols were unable to assist, a considerable amount of territory was lost in the eastern part of the country ... With the rise of the Mongol Ilkhan Ghazan in 1295, Hethum II was able to again reinforce relations with the Mongols ...
Mongol Invasions Of India - The Chagatai Mongols Vs. Delhi Sultanate
... sources claim invasions by hundreds of thousands of Mongols, numbers approximating (and probably based on) the size of the entire cavalry armies of ... A count of the Mongol commanders named in the sources as participating in the various invasions might give a better indication of the numbers involved, as these commanders probably led tumens, units ... These invasions were led by either various descendants of Genghis Khan or by Mongol divisional commanders the size of such armies was always between 10,000-30,000 cavalry although the Muslim ...

More definitions of "Mongol":

  • (adj): Of or relating to the region of Mongolia or its people or their languages or cultures.
    Example: "The Mongol invaders"
    Synonyms: Mongolian