- Pertaining to Chingis (Genghis) Khan, or the Mongol empire that he founded.
- The Chingisid principle was the rule of inheritance laid down in the Yassa, the legal code attributed to Genghis Khan
- A Chingisid prince was one who could trace direct descent from Genghis Khan in the male line, and who could therefore claim high respect in the Mongol and Turkic world.
- The Chingisid states were the successor states or khanates after the Mongol empire broke up following the death of the Genghis Khan's sons and their successors.
- Chingisid people describes the people of the Chingisid states who came in contact with Europeans, primarily the Golden Horde. These were predominantly Oghuz — Turkic speaking people rather than Mongols.