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Definition funny of Tatars:
noun - A chinky looking Russian.
Yo, I thought I had yellow fever when I saw that girl, but she spoke Russian! My mom always wanted me to bring home a tatar.
1.) n. The opposite of gem or seed. Something that lacks gemmage or the components of a gem. 2.) adj. Lacking in speed or ability
1.) He just hit an absolute tatar. 2.) He is tataring around the bases.
Songs about Tatars:
Han Tatar by Folklore Choir of the Plovdiv Music Academy, Daniela Racheva Bulgarian National Radio Folk Orchestra from the Album Bulgarian National Radio Presents: Folklore Recordings from 1998
Dance Music Of Tatar by Qiao Zhichen from the Album Anthology Of Chinese Traditional and Folk Music: Dizi Vol. 7
157 Riverside Avenue (feat. Terry Luttrell, Bill Payne & Jackson Tatar) by The Boat Drunks from the Album Covering Their Tracks
Ah Tatar?m by Ankaral? Nam?k from the Album Arabada Be? Evde Onbe?
Ant Entkenmen (K?r?m Tatar Halk Ezgisi) by Emrah Fidan from the Album Anatolia to Asia One Breath
Ardahandan Gelen Tatar by Sevcan Orhan from the Album Zemheriden Ötesi Bahar
Ardahandan Gelen Tatar by Murat Yildiz from the Album Irmak Gibi
Books about Tatars:
This Blessed Land: Crimea and the Crimean Tatars by Paul Robert Magocsi (Jul 9, 2014)
2014 Ukraine and Crimea Crisis: The Crimean Tatars and Their Influence on the Triangle Of Conflict - Russia -... by U.S. Government (Feb 28, 2014)
The Tatars of Crimea: Return to the Homeland (Central Asia book series) by Edward A. Allworth (Jun 1, 2012)
Beyond Memory: The Crimean Tatars' Deportation and Return (Anthropology, History, and Critical Imagination) by Greta Lynn Uehling (Nov 11, 2004)
The Tatar Yoke: The Image of the Mongols in Medieval Russia by Charles J. Halperin (Nov 12, 2009)
The Tatar Whirlwind: A Novel of Seventeenth-Century East Asia by Shiba Ryotaro and Joshua A. Fogel (Apr 12, 2007)
Tatar Folksongs by Laszlo Vikar and Gabor Berenczki (Jul 1999)
Wiki information Tatars:
Tatars, historically Tartars, is an umbrella term for Turkic peoples in the territory of the former Russian Empire. The Tatars formed the Turkic-speaking population of Tartary, the lands ruled by Turco-Mongol elites from the 14th century until the...
Crimean Tatars are a Turkic ethnic group native to the Crimean Peninsula, which constituted the largest population in the peninsula from the time of its ethnogenesis in the 15th century until 1864, and the relative largest ethnic population until the...