Манжийн хаад урианхай гаралтай байж болзошгүй байна..
Möngke Temür (Chinese: 猛哥帖木耳; pinyin: Měnggē Tiē mù'ěr or猛哥帖木儿; Měnggē Tiē mù er) or Dudu Mentemu (ᡩᡠᡩᡠ ᠮᡝᠨᡨᡝᠮᡠ; 孟特穆;Mèngtèmù) (1370 – 1433) was the Jurchen chieftain of the Odoli tribe
, one of the three tribes of the lower Sunggari river valley in Manchuria. In the 1380s the tribe migrated southward towards the lower valley of the Tumen River and settled in Womuho (present day Hoeryong).
http://broom02.revolvy.com/main/index.p ... type=topic
In the Yuan era, the Jurchens in Manchuria, especially those living in the apanage of Temuge Otcigin (the third younger brother of Cinggis khan) who inhabited in the east of Xing’an Mountains, northern Manchuria, belonged to the Nüzhen shuidada route and kept the tradition of studying the Jurchen scripts under the Yuan’s policies of “rule according to the conventional ways”.
In 1403, the emperor Chenzu issued an imperial edict to the tribes of Jurchens, Odoli Urianqan
and Udige by means of Korea, the edict was written in the Jurchen scripts.
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/acd/cg/lt/rb/ ... /aisin.pdf