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  Station Information - Onogur
Onogur or Onoghur was the name of the European Avar federation spreading from Pannonia to the Kuban during their 2nd Dynasty under the rule of the Bolgar house of Dulo (also Dub or Dubo, of the Unogundur tribe of Bolgars) from 635-685CE.
It was during this dynasty that Pannonia came to be known as Hungary by its neighbours.
Little is known of what happened within Avar Onoguri between 685-791 but it is certain that reference to the area as Hungary continued amongst their western neighbours continued until the name stuck.
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 Encyclopedia: Onogur
Onogur or Onoghur (alternative name: Great Bulgaria) was the name of the European Avar state under the rule of the 2nd Avar dynasty, the Bolgar house of Dulo (also Dub or Dubo, of the Unogundur tribe of Bolgars).
The Onogur state became an Avar- Bulgar federation and spanned large areas of eastern Europe, extending from Pannonia to the Kuban in the 7th century.
These six groups were joined around 670 by Kuber's Onogurs, from whom the name Hungary derives.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Onogur   (1289 words)

  
 Turkic World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Onogurs cruised between Burdjan (Northern Dagestan) and Bekhtash (the region of the modern Volgodonsk channel).
Ancestors of the Onogurs were those Cimmerians-Uturgurs, who in antiquity lived on the east coast of the Black Sea, between modern city Pitsunda in the south and the mouth of the southern fork of Cuban Psevkhros in the north.
Alternately, the ancestors of Onogurs lived in the territory between the southern fork of Cuban Psevkhros in the north and the river Nichepsukho (in antiquity - river Nikopsis) in the south.
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 K. Setton - The Bulgars in the Balkans and the Occupation of Corinth in the Seventh Century
Uspenskii and Lubor Niederle had already asserted, and that the Onogurs and their Khan were very active in the northern Balkan provinces of the Empire, [148] as we have already had ample occasion to observe.
We may pursue, just a bit farther, the belief that Constans II expelled the Onogurs from what was left of Corinth, and that the expedition of 657-658, which may have also driven the Slavs (and Bulgars?) from Thessalonica, included a plan, which was successfully executed, to regain Corinth.
After the death of Heraclius there was every reason for an Onogur attack, from that convenient location, upon what was, presumably, the chief city of the Peloponnesus, and every reason for Constans II to take the field in person against those who had made themselves his personal enemies.
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 Onogur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It has been suggested that Old Great Bulgaria be merged into this article or section.
Onogur or Onoghur (alternative name: Great Bulgaria) was the name of the European state of Avars and Bulgars under the rule of the Bulgar house of Dulo (also Dub or Dubo, of the Unogundur tribe of Bulgars).
The Onogur state became an Avar-Bulgar federation and spanned large areas of eastern Europe, extending from Pannonia to the Kuban in the 7th century.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Onogur   (467 words)

  
 Hungary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Driven out by the Petchenegs after these defeated the Khazars, their final trek began during the 9th century under initially the leadership of Onogur Turks.
The Magyars destroyed Great Moravia and ravaged the territories of Bohemia and Austria.
The name Hungary derives from "Onogur" and Ugrians is a linguistic derivation from "Hungary".
www.worldhistoryplus.com /h/hungary.html   (413 words)

  
 Finno-Ugrians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The separation of the Finno-Ugrians might have occured much earlier, in which case it is argued that the Finnic peoples possibly arrived in the northern Baltic region ca1000 BCE, in any event long after the Balts, skirting along the way lands to the south already occupied by proto-Slavs in central Russia.
Another group of Ugrians lived as nomads for a very long time until in the 9th century CE they were organized as a horde by the Onogur Turks and went on to invade Hungary.
The Finnics, including the Estonians, the original Karelians, and the Lapplanders (these call themselves Sami), did not form states and it was only with the German expansion to Livonia (Latvia) and with the annexation of Finland (known to Finns as Suomi) by Sweden (both 13th century) that they were politically organized.
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Professor Setton concludes: 'The Onogur Bulgars were in the plain of Monastir, in continental Greece [Monastir is actually in Yugoslavia], just before the middle of the seventh century.
The Onogurs were the first among the Bulgars to have been conquered by the Avars.
We know, however, that it included Kutrigurs [35] and no doubt also Onogurs as can be inferred from the fact that the Onogur Kouver-Kouvratos was a chief of Bulgars in the Avar armies.
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 Onogur   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Onogur or Onoghur was the name of the European Avar federation spreading from Pannonia to the Kuban during their 2nd under the rule of the Bolgar house of Dulo (also Dub or of the Unogundur tribe of Bolgars) from CE.
Little is known of what happened within Onoguri between 685-791 but it is certain reference to the area as Hungary continued their western neighbours continued until the name
There are varying speculations as to the of the Onogur name.
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 Blogger: Email Post to a Friend   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The fifteenth-century Greek ecclesiastic, Isidore, Metropolitan of Kiev (1437-1442), a prominent figure in the Councils of Ferrara and Florence, declares in a petition which he addressed about 1429 to the Patriarch of Constantinople, in behalf of the then Metropolitan of Monemvasia, that the Onogur Bulgars took Corinth without a struggle.
This statement has never been taken seriously, but it seems to me that the weight of the evidence, which we shall examine as we proceed, is entirely in favor of the fundamental truth of Isidore's statement, although he has, to be sure, erred in both the time and circumstances of the Bulgaric occupation of Corinth.
Onogurs laying waste to Macedonia, Thessaly, Greece, and everything within Thermopylae, and pillaging even as far as Corinth, they straightway took the city without a single blow.
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 D. Sinor - The Outlines of Hungarian Prehistory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Onogurs appear on the northern shores of the Black Sea from the end of the Vth century onwards; it is not possible to delineate with precision their actual dwellings.
As the Onogurs for ethnonimic reasons must be connected with the Hungarians, these were also placed in the same region.
The name of the Ugrians postulates Onogur presence in the Middle-Volga region ; Priskos’ text indicates clearly a migration with a southward trend and there are, as we have seen, some data mentioning Onogurs in the Black Sea area.
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 History of Hungary
In the course of their migrations, they came into contact with different nomadic empires which formed with amazing speed on the steppes only to collapse later with the same dramatic suddenness.
Later a part of the Onogurs withdrew themselves from the Khazar overlordship and migrated to the south to found the Bulgarian homeland on the lower Danube.
Another group of the remaining Onogurs drifted towards the Volga, while the rest formed a tribal alliance under Khazar overlordship.
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 Untitled
However their old culture and religion had many common traits with the Turks, because this eastern branch was a member of various Turkic confederacies, which have been recorded in a few old documents.
The remaining Avars in the eastern part of the kingdom and the Onogurs leave and join the Western Avar kingdom leaving the east to the Bulgars.
Next to them another Onogur sub-branch was also settled which in the 13th century was visited by a Hungarian monk Julianus, who stated they talked "pure Hungarian" and were easily understood.
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 Magyars - A New Homeland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In the seventh century, they were swept by the Great Migrations to the mouth of the River Volga and the shores of the Caspian Sea.
In the seventh and eighth centuries, this new empire halted Arab expansionism, established contact with Byzantium, and became a decisive force between the Caspian Sea and the River Don up to the middle of the tenth century.
The Magyars are mentioned in the earliest written records in the West as turci or ungri - Turks and Onogurs, the latter giving rise to their name in the main European languages.
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Hungary Is a Different Place Western historians have given different names to the language in Hungary: Hungarus in Latin, Ungars in German, Hongrois in French, Ungherese in Italian, Ungroi in Greek, and of course, Hungarian in English.
All these names are from the name Hun-Ogur or Onogur which means "ten tribes"; the word of Hungarian (onogur-ungur-ungar).
Among the 6,000 or so languages spoken in the world, Hungarian is 30th in the numbers of people who speak it and with approximately 16 million people speaking Hungarian as their mother tongue in various countries.
www.uwm.edu /People/jwirth/Disk1/LINGOFIN.WPD   (862 words)

  
 Major Tom's random scribblings! - Anime Academy Lounge
And while I was at it, I designed the final Bolt action rifle design for the Onogur - A human nation who are the Elfs (that's how I am spelling it, Elves I reserve for Tolkein and Warhammer) main human rivals.
The onogur use the same calibre and system, because, as it is the Elfs they fight most, they can put all that salvaged ammo to good use.
Apart from the minor aesthetic differences, and the Turnbolt modification of the Onogur (they felt that the straight pull was too susceptible to dirt, grime, etc.) they are essentially the same.
www.animeacademy.com /forums/showthread.php?t=18051   (2038 words)

  
 Khazars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Pechenegs ; the Oghuz; the Crimean Goths; the Crimean Huns (Onogurs?); the early Magyars
It has been speculated that "Hungarian" derives from the Turkic word "Onogur", or "Ten Arrows", referring to seven Finno-Ugric tribes and the three tribes of the Kabars.
In the closing years of the ninth century the Khazars and Oghuz allied to attack the Pechenegs, who had been attacking both nations.
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 Far Outliers
Yes, Attila's Huns set up camp in Pannonia, the land which is now Hungary, and yes, the names sound similar, but this is mere linguistic coincidence.
The general consensus is that the term "Hungarian" comes from the Turkic onogur, perhaps meaning "ten peoples".
Attila's Huns were active in Pannonia in the mid-fifth century, after which they disintegrated; the Magyars didn't turn up until the year 895, so there's a big gap to fill.
faroutliers.blogspot.com /2005/04/minority-huns-in-hungary-ancient-huns.html   (479 words)

  
 TUBAL & MOSCOVITE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
One, the Legend of the Stag unifies the 3 nations of the Magyars, Huns (Onogurs and Avars), and Alans.
The Hungarian legend of origin explains the mixing of three main groups in a mythical manner, indicating that Magyars, Huns and Alans were the main element of their ethnic origins.
Hunugur or Onogurs had a White Hun aristocracy, and also mixed with Huns, for they are called Huns thereafter.
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 The Evidence of Theophylaktos Simokatta - Transoxiana Eran ud Aneran
They gave their names to the different branches of their race (that is the Ogurs) who are called by the names Var and Chunni.
A fraction of these people migrated to the west and the Barselt, Onogur, Sabir and other people conquered by them identified their subduers with the Avars, so the name remained with them.
According to these works part of the confusion is due to the fact that a century before the appearance of the European Avars, they had already left their original habitation, moved to the west and became constituents of the empire mentioned by the Hephtalite dynastic name.
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 onoghur   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 Chapter 1
The opinions of various researchers differ in certain details, but for our purposes, it should be sufficient to present the general picture with9ut the debatable detail, which would seem irrelevant to the non-Hungarian reader anyhow.
Gradually a new, composite language evolved, based on the grammatical structure of the Finno–Ugrian component, a logical, simple, agglutinating tongue.
The name given to them by the western historians, ‘Hungarian" (Latin: "Hungarus"), is a variation of the name "Hun-Ogur" – "Onogur" – "Hungur" used since the fifth century by foreign chroniclers, a reminder of their association with TurkicOnogur-Hun peoples.
www.hungarian-history.hu /lib/timeless/chapter01.htm   (1409 words)

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