Yer-sub (Yar-Sub also Yer-Su or Yir-sub) are a category of nature spirits in the Turkic-Mongolian belief of Tengriism. The name means "Earth–Water" in Turkic languages. The word Yer-Sub had two meanings. One was the name of natural spirits, the other the visible world, the Native Land.

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  • Yer-sub (Yar-Sub also Yer-Su or Yir-sub) are a category of nature spirits in the Turkic-Mongolian belief of Tengriism. The name means "Earth–Water" in Turkic languages. The word Yer-Sub had two meanings. One was the name of natural spirits, the other the visible world, the Native Land. (en)
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  • Yer-sub (Yar-Sub also Yer-Su or Yir-sub) are a category of nature spirits in the Turkic-Mongolian belief of Tengriism. The name means "Earth–Water" in Turkic languages. The word Yer-Sub had two meanings. One was the name of natural spirits, the other the visible world, the Native Land. (en)
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