There are several systems for transliterating Mongolian to the Roman alphabet. Different transliterations of the same name can be quite different, and the correct pronunciation is not always obvious.
|Aigiarn||"Shining Moon", also called Khutulan; niece of Kublai Khan, mentioned by Marco Polo||13th C |
|Borte||variant: Bortei; wife of Temujin (Ghengis Khan), daughter of Dei Sechen of Onggirad||12th C|
|Chabi||2nd wife of Kublai Khan||13th C|
|Conchaka||sister of Uzbek, Khan of the Golden Horde; baptized Agafia||14th C|
|Doquez-khatum||wife of Hulagu Khan, a Nestorian princess||13th C|
|Goland||Died beside her husband in battle in 1696||17th C |
|Ho'elun||mother of Temujin||17th C |
|Khultulun||niece of Kublai Khan, mentioned by Marco Polo (see called Aigiarn||13th C |
|Kokachin||accompanied Marco Polo to Hormus in 1292, married the Persian prince Ghazan; variants: Kukachin, Cocachin||13th C |
|Mandughai||wife of Mandaghol Khan||15th C |
|Oghul Qamish||wife of Guyuk Khan; variants: Ogul Gamys, Ogul Ghaimish||13th C|
|Orqina||Khatun of the Chagatiid Horde 1252-1260||13th C|
|Sorghaghtani Beki||wife of Tolui, son of Temujin; variants: Sorghoktani, Sorkhaqtani||13th C |
|Toregene||wife of Ogodei Khan; variant: Törägänä||13th C|
|Agafia||originally named Conchaka; wife of Yuri III Daniilovich, Grand Prince of Muscovy||14th C|
|Anna||2nd wife of Fedor Rostislavic|
|Fedora||wife of Gleb Vasilkovich, and daughter of Mensu-Timur|||
|Maria||wife of Narimund of Lithuania||14th C|
 David E. Jones, Women Warriors: A History (Washington: Brassey's, 1997). His main source was Florence Wheelock Ayscough, Chinese Women, yesterday and to-day (New York: De Capo Press, 1975; reprint of the 1937 edition).
 The Travels of Marco Polo (Dorset Press 1987, ISBN: 0-88029-135-4).
 Vladimirian chronicle, P.S.R.L. (Moscow, 1965), vol. 30 pp. 87-90. "In the winter Gleb Vasilkovich came from the Khan land, from the Czar, after having married into the Horde."
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