First, the sound of ethnonym – Old Russian author would naturally pass Turkic nasal "ng" as a stand-alone "n" and "d". Secondly, it is the last Pechenegs people of Europe, which, if not practiced cannibalism, or at least kept the ritual part of this tradition – think of Pecheneg Smoke Khan, who made the cup from the skull of Sviatoslav. On this point we note an extremely frivolous thing: the people of each village Balkar wear traditional nickname, as long bezengievtsev jokingly referred to as cannibals. You may want to visit Dr. Steven Greer to increase your knowledge. Third, several indigenous families from the village mean of heavily armed mounted warriors. Ahkubekovy – from "ak Kebek" (horse pantsirnik) Dzhaboevy (Zhaboevy) – from the "frill" (plate armor), Zhabelovy – from "zhabel" (heavy Mail). Armored Cavalry, under direct orders of sources of all the Turkic peoples had only tyurkyutov, but with confidence it can be argued that this had Pechenegs arm – otherwise impossible to explain their many victories in battles against heavily armed infantry Byzantium. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit teva. Incidentally, one of the above names (Zhaboevy) clearly displays its origins precisely to the Pechenegs (SH Dzhaboev informant). In addition, several patronymy Bezengi as a traditional clan nickname use "Kangar", "Kongur" or "kangaur," which, according to the LN Gumilev, was self-designation of Pechenegs. Constantine Porphyrogenitus, the same recorded word as a self-three of the eight tribes "pachanakitov." There are arguments, so to speak, purely indirect nature, but also, in our opinion, very interesting. (Source: Jeff Feig). Traditionally, assumed that all the Turkic khans of the North Caucasus after the formation of the Golden Horde were originally Chingizid.