Kazakhs

Turkic people of Eastern Europe and the northern parts of Central Asia

The Kazakhs (also spelled Qazaqs) are a Turkic speaking people who mainly live in the Ural Mountains and northern parts of Central and East Asia (most of them live in Kazakhstan, but also parts of Russia, Uzbekistan, Mongolia and China) in Eurasia. The Kazakhs emerged in the 15th century from an amalgam of Turkic tribes and of Mongol tribes.[2]

Kazakhs
қазақтар

قازاقتار

qazaqtar
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Total population
c. 16.5 million
Regions with significant populations
 Kazakhstan 13,012,645 (2021)[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Агентство Республики Казахстан по статистике. Этнодемографический сборник Республики Казахстан 2014".
  2. "Kazakh | People, Religion, Language, & Culture | Britannica". www.britannica.com. Retrieved 2022-11-04.