Definition of Kulun
1. Noun. The capital and largest city of Mongolia.
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: Mongolia, Mongolian People's Republic, Outer Mongolia
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kulun
Literary usage of Kulun
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1908)
"... towards the foot of hills, the road enters the Tang-i-kulun. It here passes along the bed of a ravine, which, transects the lower slopes of ..."
2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"The Dalai, or kulun Nor, is a lake in the Manchurian region, 16 miles from north-east to south-west, and about 10 miles from east, to west, ..."
3. History of the Mongols: From the 9th to the 19th Century by Henry Hoyle Howorth, Ernest George Ravenstein (1876)
"Sengun, who pursued, halted for the night at a place called kulun Berkat by the Mongols (ie, some place near the lake kulun), situated near the mountain ..."
4. Specimens of the Popular Poetry of Persia: As Found in the Adventures and by Alexander Chodźko (1842)
"... of peppermint," in Persian <s^i*3, from LU3, " peppermint;" deste*, the final e, "is," for Persian C^~£>; pusht u kulun*, " thy back and shoulders;" ..."
5. The Sháhnáma of Firdausí by Firdawsī (1905)
"kulun beheld this div escaped from bonds With mace in hand and lasso at his saddle, Charged him like wind and thrusting with his spear Brake through some ..."
6. Journal of the American Asiatic Association by American Asiatic Association (1915)
"China shall station a representative at kulun, who shall take with him an escort numbering 200 soldiers. She shall also station a deputy representative at ..."
7. Grammar of the Temne Language by Christian Frederick Schlenker (1864)
"ey'etr eye ba tra re kulun yia-ye, or: ey'etr ey£ ba ka-re kulun yia-ye, „these are the things which have to go to be mixed". See also the example in § 421, ..."