orkhon turk

\\ˈȯrˌkän-\ noun
Usage: usually capitalized O&T
Etymology: from Orkhon river, northern Mongolia
: one of a Turkish tribe in the 8th century occupying the drainage of the Orkhon river in north central Mongolia, practicing intensive irrigation agriculture and using a runic alphabet derived from Aramaic

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