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''' ตัวเอ๋อร์กุ่น''' ({{lang-zh|多尔衮}}; [[อักษรแมนจู]]:{{ManchuSibeUnicode|ᡩᠣᡵᡤᠣᠨ}}, {{lang-roman|Dorgon}} {{lit|"แบดเจอร์"}}{{sfn|Elliott|2001|p=[https://archive.org/details/manchuwayeightba00elli/page/n267 242]}}; 17 พฤศจิกายน ค.ศ. 1612 – 31 ธันวาคม ค.ศ. 1650) เป็นพระราชโอรสพระองค์ที่ 14 ของ[[จักรพรรดินู่เอ๋อร์ฮาชื่อ]]ที่ประสูติจากพระนาง[[อาปาไฮ่]] พระองค์มีพระอนุชาร่วมพระมารดาสองพระองค์คือเจ้าชาย[[อาจี้เก๋อ]]และเจ้าชายตัวตั๋ว และยังเป็นผู้สำเร็จราชการแผ่นดินใน[[จักรพรรดิซุ่นจื้อ]] โดยในช่วงต้นรัชกาลได้สถาปนาตนเองเป็นจักรพรรดิอี้ ({{lang-zh|義皇帝}}) แต่ถูกถอดจากตำแหน่งในปี ค.ศ.1651 หลังการสิ้นพระชนม์
 
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* พระราชธิดา
** เจ้าหญิงตงเอ๋อ (東莪) พระธิดาของพระชายาลี จากเกาหลี
 
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