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  1. Altai is a town and sum of Bayan-Ölgii Province in western Mongolia.
  2. ALTAI is an Aviation waypoint.

There are other places with in their name, like Altai Krai, Altai Republic, Altai Mountains and Govi-Altai Province.


"Altai" is a musical album of Hosoo.


  1. Altai a.k.a. Altai language: Altai is Turkic language, spoken officially in the Altai Republic, Russia. The language was called Oyrot prior to 1948.
  2. The Altai mobile telephone system is the pre-cellular 0G radiotelephone service that was first introduced in the Soviet Union in 1963, and became available in the most large cities by 1965. It is a fully automated UHF/VHF network that allows a mobile node to connect to a landline phones, and was originally conceived to serve government officials and emergency services, but has since spread into general use, and is still in use in some places, where its advantages outweigh those of conventional cellular networks.
  3. Altai a.k.a. Altai horse: The Altai is a horse breed developed in the Altai Mountains of Central Asia.
  4. ALTAI is an aviation waypoint.
  5. Altai a.k.a. Southern Altai language: Южноалта́йский язы́к — один из двух горно-алтайских языков, основной язык алтайцев. Официальный язык Республики Алтай. До 1948 г. язык назывался ойротским.

Phrases with Altai

Phrases starting with the word Altai:

  1. Altai Mole
  2. Altai Vole
  3. Altai Fescue
  4. Altai Wildrye
  5. Altai Accentor
  6. Altai Hawthorn
  7. Altai Snowcock
  8. altai mountains

Phrases ending with the word Altai:

  1. Southern Altai
  2. Isohypsibius Altai
  3. species Isohypsibius altai

Other phrase containing the word Altai:

  1. Gobi Altai Mountain Vole

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Altai

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Google previewThe Evolving Continents (2010)

Understanding Processes of Continental Growth by Timothy M. Kusky, Mingguo Zhai, Wenjiao Xiao

Because the Gobi Altai is an actively developing youthful mountain range in an arid region with low erosion rates, it provides an excellent opportunity to study the way in which a continental interior reactivates as a result a distant continental ...

Google previewThe Russians in central Asia, a critical examination of the geography and history of central Asia, tr. by T. Wirgman (1874)

Altai is a contraction, or, more correctly, an abbreviation, of Al-Taiga, signifying a lofty rocky mountain. Some deduce the derivation of the name from the Turkish word alti/n, 'gold,' and accordingly Altai means 'gold mountains.' Altai is an ...

Google previewThe Russians in Central Asia (1874)

A Critical Examination Down to the Present Time of the Geography and History of Central Asia by Friedrich von Hellwald

Altai is a contraction, or, more correctly, an abbreviation, of Al-Taiga, signifying a lofty rocky mountain. Some deduce the derivation of the name from the Turkish word altyn, 'gold,' and accordingly Altai means 'gold mountains.' Altai is an ...

Google previewThe Kemalists

Islamic Revival and the Fate of Secular Turkey by Muammer Kaylan

The Altai is a watershed from which the waters of great rivers like the Ob flow northward to the Arctic. The highest ridges of the mountain system tower more than thirteen thousand feet. The name Altai is derived from the Turkic-Mongolian word ...

Google previewConnectivity Conservation Management (2010)

A Global Guide (with Particular Reference to Mountain Connectivity Conservation) by Graeme Worboys, Wendy L. Francis, Michael Lockwood

The Altai is a mountainous region located in the core of the Eurasian continent. It includes the highest mountain of the region (Mt Belukha, 4506m) and a vast glaciated area. The region is identified as one of World Wildlife Fund's 200 major ...

Google previewEnvironmental Security and Sustainable Land Use - with special reference to Central Asia (2006)

by Hartmut Vogtmann, Nikolai Dobretsov

Altai is a distinguished global phenomenon from the point of view of its unique ethnic-cultural diversity and spiritual basis for root population and other people. This unique nature is reasoned by some peculiarities of its historical-cultural ...

Google previewAdvancing Culture of Living with Landslides (2017)

Vol. 4 Diversity of Landslide Forms by Matjaž Mikoš, Nicola Casagli, Yueping Yin, Kyoji Sassa

SE Altai is a transpressional zone formed due to oblique thrusting. Significant lithosphere destruction and block movement along the sub-latitudinal reverse faults and thrusts take place here. The SE Altai is the highest part of the Russian.

Google previewSourcebook On Intellectual Property Law (1997)

by Peter Groves

Altai is a Texas corporation, doing business primarily in Arlington, Texas. Both companies are in the computer software industry – designing, ...

Google previewWorld Yearbook of Education 2003 (2003)

Language Education by Jill Bourne, Euan Reid

Economically, Altai is a less advanced agricultural area, with strong nomadic traditions. Bashkortostan is a more industrially developed area where, as well as Bashkirs, Tartars make up 28.4 per cent ofthe population as a whole. Moscow is ...

Google previewSoftware Law and its Application (2013)

by Robert W. Gomulkiewicz

Altai is a Texas corporation, doing business primarily in Arlington, Texas. Both companies are in the computer software industry—designing, developing, and marketing various types of computer programs.

Google previewInternational Intellectual Property in an Integrated World Economy (2015)

2010 by Frederick Abbott, Thomas Cottier, Francis Gurry

Altai is a landmark decision with respect to the question of copyright protection of computer software. It defines the “proprietary” elements of software. However, during the last decades, a new concept has emerged, altering the concept of ...

Google previewEcological Systems of the Geobiosphere (2012)

3 Temperate and Polar Zonobiomes of Northern Eurasia by Heinrich Walter, Siegmar-W. Breckle

The Altai is an ancient, folded mountain range which was denuded by erosion, but underwent a later uplifting ...

Google previewMongolia (2008)

The Bradt Travel Guide by Jane Blunden

Altai is an attractive, off-the-beaten-track town with a population of l7,500. It's an exciting place to visit, and serves as a ...

Google previewMining and Scientific Press (1916)

The Altai is a mineral region that is sure to attract increasing attention. We published an article on this part of Siberia by Mr. H. W. Turner in our issue of June 26 last year. /~\N another page we give reasons for labeling the New Modderfontein ...

Google previewInner Asia and the Spatial Politics of Empire (2014)

Archaeology, Mobility, and Culture Contact by William Honeychurch

The Altai is an impressive mountain range having the highest peaks in Mongolia, rock-carved river gorges, glaciers, and high mountain passes that provide corridors for movement beyond Mongolia to the west, southwest, and northwest.

Google previewGiant Metallic Deposits (2006)

Future Sources of Industrial Metals by Peter Laznicka

Rudnyi Altai VMS region Rudnyi Altai is a part of the Late Paleozoic (Hercynian) Zaisan orogen in NE Kazakhstan and southern Siberia. It used to be the principal lead, zinc Volcano-Sedimentary Orogens 247.

Google previewThe Silk Road Encyclopedia (2016)

by Su-il Jeong

Altai Mountains A large mountain range that divides the Dzungarian Basin from Mongolia. The Chinese have long called the range “Gold Mountain (金山),” as have the region's Turkic peoples. “Gold” in the Turkic language is altun and altan in ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of China (2013)

History and Culture by Dorothy Perkins

(Altai Shan) A great mountain range that forms the border with The People's Republic of Mongolia (Outer Mongolia) of XinjiangUighur Autonomous...

The Altai Mountains also lie alongthenorthern and northwestern rim of the Dzungaria Basin.

Google previewEthnic Groups of North, East, and Central Asia: An Encyclopedia (2014)

by James B. Minahan

The Altay, sometimes known as Altay, Oirot, Teleut, Tele, Telengit, Mountain Kalmyk, White Kalmyk, or Black Tatar, are a Turkic people inhabiting the Altai Republic, the Altai Krai, and neighbor- ing areas in southern Siberia on the bor- ders of ...

Google previewMason's World Dictionary of Livestock Breeds, Types and Varieties (2002)

by Valerie Porter

Pagota/rare Alpine: see French Alpine, Lop-eared Alpine, Savoiarda, Swiss White Mountain, Thônes-Marthod Alpine Lop-eared: see Lop-eared Alpine, Savoiarda Alpine meat breeds: see Lop-Eared Alpine Alpine Piedmont; see Biellese Altai: ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Mongolia (2003)

by Alan Sanders

The Mongol Altai mountains form a substantial barrier between northwestern Mongolia and the Russian Altai Republic, China, and Kazakhstan, with the Tavan Bogd range rising above 4,300 meters. The southeastern extension of the Mongol ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of World Geography (2005)

by R. W. McColl

The Altai Mountains are the source of the Ob and Irtysh Rivers, two of the major rivers in Asia. The region is rich in many natural resources like iron, gold, mercury , manganese, and marble. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and ...

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