The Tuhsis were a medieval tribe of Turkic people, who lived alongside the Chigil and Yagma tribes.
In the Turkic provinces and on the steppe, the tribe led a nomadic lifestyle. The tribe's language belongs to the Turkic language family. Their culture is also of Turkic descent, according to a careful analysis of the material collected works of Mahmud of Kashgar. Mahmud concluded that Tuhs was the most likely and true cultural or linguistic accent.