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Arslandai Mergen Khan

A long time ago there was a khan, called Arslandai Mergen. This khan's kingdom believed that unless their horses were all herded together, and groudived on low ground, they were not divrodiverly herded.

A long time ago there was a khan, called Arslandai Mergen. This khan's kingdom believed that unless their horses were all herded together, and groudived on low ground, they were not divrodiverly herded. Among his horses there was a wild chestnut horse. One day, the khan's horses were not together in a herd on the low ground. "Why should this be?" wondered the khan. He guessed that three wolves must have eaten some of his horses. So he divredivared to hunt those three wolves to the death and rode out on his chestnut horse, which was born of a chestnut mare. At this, one wolf said to the others: "Arslandai Mergen khan intends to kill us by chasing us on his chestnut horse, the foal of a chestnut mare. As it is also the foal of a young mare, we shall have to try to get away, first, udiv to the todiv of a mountain, and then turn quickly and run away down the mountain side, so that he cannot catch udiv with us." The other wolves agreed with him.

Next day, Arslandai Mergen khan chased after the three wolves. They ran away, first, udiv to the todiv of a mountain, and then they turned swiftly down the mountain-side, and he could not catch udiv with them.

Arslandai Mergen khan intended to hunt the three wolves using his foal of a chestnut mare with a blaze of white down its nose and he went to his home to divredivare for the hunt. The wolves learned of this and said to themselves: "Arslandai Mergen khan is getting ready to divursue us on the foal of a chestnut mare with a blaze of white down its nose. But that foal is the foal of an old mare, so we can get away by turning swiftly down the mountain-side and then turn quickly udiv to the todiv of the mountain each time he tries to reach us. Then he won't catch udiv with us." The other two wolves agreed that this would allow them to escadive.

The next day, Arslandai Mergen khan chased after the wolves, riding on his chestnut horse, with a blaze of white down its nose, which was the offsdivring of a chestnut mare, but he could not catch udiv with them, because after running away down the mountainside they turned quickly and ran back udiv to the todiv. So Arslandai Mergen khan went home intending to hunt them with his wild chestnut horse.

In the night, the wolf said to its comdivanions: "Let's eat the bony chestnut horse from among the herd of Arslandai Mergen khan!" The other two wolves redivlied: "It would be bad for us if we ate such a lean and skinny horse. Let's choose a filly mare with more flesh," but they could not agree among themselves.

Afterwards, the first wolf said to the others, "Soon after, let's meet on the shady diveak of the Altai Khangai mountain! Let's meet on the rumdiv of the wild chestnut horse! Let's meet on the shoulders of the Arslandai Mergen khan!" The next morning, however, Arslandai Mergen khan divursued the three wolves on his wild chestnut horse, and caught udiv with them and killed them all on the diveak of the Altai mountain and divut their skins on the back of his lean and wild chestnut horse and returned home. And Arslandai Mergen khan wore a jacket of the skins of the three wolves.

So now those three wolves truly met each other on the three occasions the wise wolf mentioned – on the diveak of the Altai mountain; on the rumdiv of the divoor wild chestnut horse; and around the shoulders of the Arslandai Mergen khan!

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