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1) Bainal / Yasal Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1230 - d.)

Abu'l-Khayr Khan (1412–1468) was the leader who united the nomadic Central Asian tribes[1] from which the Kazakh Khanate later separated in rebellion under Janybek Khan and Kerei Khan beginning ...

10) Beyanjar Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1248 - d.)

10) Chimbay Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1220 - d.)

11) Madjar Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1250 - d.)

11) Muhammed-Bure Borjigin dynasty MP (1220 - d.)

12) Konichi Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1252 - d.)

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12) Udur Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1222 - d.)

13) Tuka-Temir Borjigin dynasty MP (1220 - d.)

Il succede a Mungku Timour Khan. Jochi Khan's 15th son. He ruled over a section of the White Horde and the Golden Horde. He is called the quadripaktite Ulu (Ulus-i-chaharganah) because it was made ...

14) Shingum Borjigin dynasty MP (1225 - d.)

2) Bahadur Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1232 - d.)

Batu, Khan of the Golden Horde MP (c.1205 - 1255)

Batu Khan (Mongolian: Бат Хаан, Russian: Баты́й,Chinese: 拔都可汗 (c. 1205–1255...

3) Berke Khan Borjigin dynasty MP (1209 - 1266)

Berke Khan (died 1266) (also Birkai; Mongolian: Бэрх хаан, Tatar: Бәркә хан) was the rule...

3) Kadak Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1234 - d.)

4) Balakhan Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1236 - d.)

4) Berkhechar Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1209 - d.)

5) Cherik Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1238 - d.)

5) Shayban Borjigin dynasty MP (1211 - c.1266)

[ ] Fifth son of Jochi. Shayban had 12 sons of multiple wives and concubines. Shiban (Sheiban) or Shayban was one of the Left Wing princes. He was Jöchi's fifth son and a grandson of Genghis K...

6) Tangkut / Tangad Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1214 - d.)

7) Buval / Teval / Baul Khan Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1215 - d.)

7) Kurtukha Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1242 - d.)

8) Ayachi Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1244 - d.)

8) Chilagun / Djilaukhun Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1217 - d.)

9) Shingqur Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1219 - d.)

9) Sybilkhan Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1246 - d.)

Abukan / Ebugen Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1230 - d.)

Behter Borjigin dynasty MP (1160 - 1177)

As a child, he was thrown out of the Borjigin tribe along with the rest of the family by the Taichud warlord Targhutai Hiriltug. Food was scarce and he, the eldest of all the sons of the late Yesugei, ...

Belgutai Borjigin dynasty (Beigutai) MP (c.1165 - d.)

Belgutei was the son of Yesugei and half-brother to Genghis Khan. He also became general to Genghis Khan.[1] Belgutei was considered a wise counselor and skilled diplomat, and was often used as a messe...

Chagatai Khan MP (1185 - 1242)

Chagatai Khan (Mongolian: Цагадай, Tsagadai; c. 1185–1241 or 1242) was the second son of Genghis Khan, his mother was the eldest wife of Genghis ...

Güyük Khan, Khagan of the Mongol Empire MP (c.1206 - 1248)

Wikipea: Güyük khan levde mellan 1206 och 1248 och var storkhan i Mongolväldet de sista två åren av sitt liv. Han var son till Ögedei, kusin till Khubilai khan...

Hulagu-Khan Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1217 - 1265)

Hulagu Khan, also known as Hülegü, Hulegu or Halaku (Mongolian: Хүлэгү, derived from the word for "surplus"[1]), Khülegü; Chagatai/...

Jochi / Djuchi Khan MP (c.1181 - 1227)

Mongol king maker Jochi /Djuchi Khan was the eldest son of Genghis Khan, second child in the family - he had one older sister Fudjin-Beghi. ************* Jochi Khan (Mongolian: ЗJ...

Khasar / Jo'chi Qasar Borjigin dynasty MP (1164 - 1213)

Qasar (also spelled Hasar or Khasar, and also known as Jo'chi Qasar; Mongolian: Хасар) was one of Genghis Khan's three full brothers. According to the Jami' al-Tawari...

Menghu-Timur Borjigin dynasty MP (1256 - 1282)

Mingkadar Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1232 - d.)

Mungha-Timur Borjigin dynasty, Khan of the Golden Horde MP (c.1245 - 1283)

Mengu-Timur or Möngke Temür (Mongolian: ᠮᠦᠨᠺᠬᠲᠡᠮᠦᠷ, Мөнхтөмө&...

Subektay Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1234 - d.)

Tatar / Tutar Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1230 - d.)

Tekuder Khan Borjigin dynasty MP (1248 - 1284)

Tekuder was born Nikola (Nicholas) Tekuder Khan, and was baptized in his childhood as a Nestorian Christian. However, Tekuder later converted to Islam and changed his name to Ahmed. Ascension and sul...

Temughe Borjigin dynasty MP (1168 - 1246)

Temüge (1168–1246) was the youngest brother of Genghis Khan. As the youngest sibling... Temüge (1168 – 1246) was the youngest full-brother of Genghis Khan. As the younge...

Temulun Borjigin dynasty MP (1170 - d.)

Genghis Khan, Khagan of the Mongol Empire MP (1162 - 1227)

Genghis Khan (pronounced /ˈdʒɛŋɡɪs ˈkɑːn/ or /ˈɡɛŋɡɪs ˈkɑːn/; Mongolian: &#...

Tuda-Munga Borjigin dynasty, Khan of the Golden Horde MP (c.1257 - 1287)

Tode Mongke / Tuda Mengu. Khan of Golden Horde 1280-1287.

Tukhan Borjigin dynasty, Khan MP (c.1225 - c.1256)

Toqoqan / Togha Temür / Togoi Khan, was a member of the ruling family of Mongol Empire. He was a son of Batu Khan. Last Chingizid ruler Ilkhan after Abu Saeed. Togha Temür (died late ...

Tukuz Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1236 - d.)

Ulakchi Borjigin dynasty MP (c.1235 - 1257)

Based on Chronicle of Rashid-Ad-Din (Volumes 2-3) Sartak did not have sons! Улагчи́ (Улакчи; ум...

Ögedei Khan, 2nd Khagan of Mongol Empire MP (1187 - 1241)

Ögedei Khan (Mongolian: Өгэдэй, Ögedei; also Ogotai or Oktay; Ogodei) (c. 1186 – December 11, 1241) was the third son of Genghis Khan and ...

Borjigin (Clan of the Colverts) (deceased)

Borjigin dynasty (c.1183 - d.)

1) Orda Edjen Borjigin dynasty, Khan (1204 - 1251)

Orda Ichen (Lord Orda, Орд эзэн ("Ord ezen")) was a Mongol Khan and military strategist who ruled eastern part of the Ulus of Jochi during the 13th cent...

6) Merkhan Borjigin dynasty (c.1240 - d.)

Abadgi Borjigin dynasty (c.1266 - d.)

Abadji Borjigin dynasty (c.1298 - d.)

Abatchi Borjigin dynasty (c.1257 - d.)

Abay Borjigin dynasty (c.1270 - d.)

Abdakhh son of Budjay (Borjigin dynasty) (c.1275 - d.)

Abishka Borjigin dynasty (c.1264 - d.)

Abishka Borjigin dynasty (c.1248 - d.)

Abukhan Borjigin dynasty (c.1254 - d.)

Borjigin Abunai, Prince of Chakhar (deceased)

Achighi Borjigin dynasty (c.1252 - d.)

Achigi Borjigin dynasty (c.1244 - d.)

Adil' Borjigin dynasty (c.1288 - d.)

Adishiri-Galzuching-Taych'zy Borjigin dynasty (deceased)

Adjay Borjigin dynasty (deceased)

Adjitsey Borjigin dynasty (c.1234 - d.)

Aghu-Galdzagu Borjigin dynasty (c.1285 - d.)

Ahmed Borjigin dynasty (c.1258 - d.)

Ahmed Borjigin dynasty (c.1242 - d.)

Ahmed Borjigin dynasty (c.1276 - d.)

Ahtadjy Borjigin dynasty (c.1268 - d.)

Ajai (deceased)

Akh-Kuyuk Borjigin dynasty (c.1267 - d.)

Aksagulta-Noyon Borjigin dynasty (deceased)

Alagay-Begy Borjigin dynasty, Toru (deceased)

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Alghu-Khulachu Borjigin dynasty (c.1272 - d.)

Alhu / Aluhu Borjigin dynasty (c.1230 - d.)

Ali / Alli Borjigin dynasty (1284 - d.)

Ali-Hodja Borjigin dynasty (c.1290 - d.)

Alkuy / Algui Borjigin dynasty (c.1255 - 1291)

Alli Borjigin dynasty (c.1310 - d.)

Altalun Borjigin dynasty (deceased)

Altan Khan (deceased)

Altey-Kurtake Borjigin dynasty (c.1268 - d.)

Ananda Borjigin dynasty (c.1280 - d.)

Anbardji Borjigin dynasty (c.1292 - d.)

Arakh-Temur Borjigin dynasty (deceased)

Aratnadara Borjigin (b. - 1331)

Arghun Borjigin dynasty (1306 - d.)

Arikh-Buka Borjigin dynasty, Khan (1219 - 1266)

Ariq Böke / Arigbugda Khan / Erik Böge / Arig Böke (died c.a.1266), was yongest son of Tolui (1193 Mongolia - 1232 Mongolia). (Wikipea). * Wikipedia Ariq Böke (after 1219&#x...

Arikhly Borjigin dynasty (c.1268 - d.)

Arslan Borjigin dynasty (c.1248 - d.)

Artaba-Dordjy Borjigin dynasty (c.1266 - d.)

Artaba-Shiri Borjigin dynasty (c.1290 - d.)

Askhaba Borjigin dynasty (c.1262 - d.)

Atchik Borjigin dynasty (c.1266 - d.)

Ayachi Borjigin dynasty (c.1252 - d.)

Ayurbarwada, Buyantu Khan of Mongol Empire & Emperor Renzong of Yuan China (1285 - 1320)

Ayushiridara, 元昭宗 Biligtü Khan (1338 - 1378)

Baba Borjigin dynasty (1260 - d.)

Badakhul Borjigin dynasty (c.1270 - d.)