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Who is Buqa?
Buqa was a Mongol lord and chancellor who was instrumental in sweeping Arghun to power as the fourth Il-Khan of Iran in 1284 and became his chief minister and advisor, succeeding Shams ad-Din Juvayni whom Arghun had executed. Buqa is from the Jalayir clan of the Mongolians.
- died on (726 years ago)
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by Kurtulus Oztopcu, Zhoumagaly Abouv, Nasir Kambarov, Youssef Azemoun
буга buga бука (buqa) бука (buka) угез (ücgez) boga 6.
by William Jafferd Davis
BUQA. thanks ; to express gratitude. z. To divine for ; to kill by witchcraft. am Bulelo, n.x. Thanks; gratitude. z. Any preparation made by a witch or wizard for evil purposes. uku Bulisa, v.t. x.z. 1. To salute; to send compliments. — 2.
by Richard Dennis Hoblyn
OMPHALOCELE (buqa Aës, umbilicus, kon, a tumor). A rupture, or hernia at the umbilicus. 1. Omphalo-mesenteric. The name of the vessels which, at an early period of uterine life, are seen to pass from the umbilicus to the mesentery.
by Paul D. Buell
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An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon
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