Turkic Peoples

The Altı Gırgıs (Fuyu Kyrgyz: Gırgıs; Chinese: 富裕柯爾克孜語, 富裕吉爾吉斯語, 黑龍江柯爾克孜語, 東北柯爾克孜語) are a Qırğır people who speak a Siberian Turkic language. They inhabit the area in and around Fuyu (富裕), Qiqihar (齊齊哈爾), Heilongjiang (黑龙江) in northeastern China.

The Türks (Common Script: Türk; IPA: /tyɾc/; Ottoman: ترك ,تورك; Turkish: Türk) are an Oğuz Türkmän people, who mainly inhabit Anatolia.

The Aqatğır (Chinese: 曷嶻; Ancient Greek: Ἀκατζίρ, Ἀκατίρ) were a Xunı tribe that were active on the Eurasian Steppe during the 5th century C.E. 

The Avar (Common Script: Avar; IPA: /ɑvɑr/; Chinese: 烏讙, ; Old Turkic: 𐰯𐰺; Greek: Ἀβάρις, Βαρχονίτες) were remnants of the Northern Xuŋa, who took on the name of the ancient Avar, a Mongolic tribe that once roamed Inner-Asia. While a member of the Tägäräk confederation, they first appeared in the West during the 5th century C.E.

The Duha (Tuvan: Туха; Russian: Духа) are a Turkic people that inhabit Northern Mongolia. They are likely the descendants of the Duqğa clan. 

The Duqğa or Tuxsi (Chinese: 獨孤; Kharakhanid: تُخسِى) were originally a Xuŋa tribe that defected to the Särbi. They played an important role in the politics of Inner Asia. One of their descendants would come to establish the Tang Dynasty (唐朝).