Orok

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Orok Expression, Orok Soul Urge, Orok Inner Dream

songs

Songs about Orok:

songsAdj uram ?nékik örök nyugodalmat (My Lord, Give Them Eternal Peace) by András Ferenc Nyisztor from the Album Death Is the Reaper Over the World / Kaszás e földön a halál: Hungarian Funeral Music

songsAdj uram örök nyugodalmat neki (My Lord, Give Him Eternal Peace) by Istvánné Brat from the Album Death Is the Reaper Over the World / Kaszás e földön a halál: Hungarian Funeral Music

songsAnna Örök by Pannón Melankólikusok from the Album Szerelmedért

songsAz Érzés Örök - Brutál & Mulatós - (The Feeling Is Forever - Brutal and Party Version) by Yellow Spots from the Album AgylebenyFlört I. (Brain Lobe Flirt I.)

songsAz Örök Folyosó by Misztrál from the Album Babits

songsAz Örök Király by Diktator from the Album Jézus Az Örök Király

songsAz érzés örök (The Feeling Is Forever - Bonus) by Yellow Spots from the Album Torz JöV?kép Most a Múzsa (Now the Muse Is a Distorted Vision)

books

Books about Orok:

booksOrok Ubu--Kovats Albert Kiallitasa by Kovats Albert (1997)

booksOROK IFJUSAG by FENYES MARIA (1970)

booksOrok Muzsika: Zenetorteneti Olvasmanyok by B. Istvan (1959)

booksOrok Mesek by Jacob es Wilhem Grimm (1989)

booksOrok Hispania by Passuth Laszlo (1972)

booksOrok Szolgasag by W S Maugham (1969)

booksHIRING OF TEACHERS BY SCHOOL BOARDS: VIEWS OF HEADTEACHERS AND TEACHERS IN OL JORO OROK -KENYA by NJATHI NJAU and DR ONYANGO ADINO (Jun 12, 2011)

wiki

Wiki information Orok:

Orok people
Ethnicity

Oroks, sometimes called Uilta, are a people in the Sakhalin Oblast in Russia. The Orok language belongs to the Southern group of the Tungusic language family. According to the 2002 Russian census, there were 346 Oroks living in Northern Sakhalin by...

Orok language
Human Language

Orok is the Russian name for the language known by its speakers as Ulta or Ujlta. Similarly, the people are called Oroks or Ulta. It is a Tungusic language. The language is spoken in the Poronaysky and Nogliksky Administrative Divisions of Sakhalin...