Linguistic characteristics Consonants. The following consonant sounds are generally posited for the early stages of Uralic: * p, * t, * č... Vowels. Essentially nothing is known of the Proto-Uralic vowels, and there is little agreement about the nature of the... Stress. In numerous Uralic ...
Jun 2, 2020 · What Are The Uralic Languages? For a language family that isn’t as well known as the Romance languages or Germanic languages, the Uralic family is quite prolific: There are 38 Uralic languages still spoken today. Of these, Finnish, Estonian and Hungarian probably the most well known.
Proto-Uralic is the unattested reconstructed language ancestral to the modern Uralic language family. The hypothetical language is thought to have been originally spoken in a small area in about 7000–2000 BCE, and expanded to give differentiated Proto-Languages.
Uralic–Yukaghir, also known as Uralo-Yukaghir, is a proposed language family composed of Uralic and Yukaghir. Uralic is a large and diverse family of languages spoken in northern and eastern Europe and northwestern Siberia. Among the better-known Uralic languages are Finnish, Estonian, and Hungarian.
  The three most-spoken Uralic languages, Hungarian, Finnish, and Estonian, are all included in Finno-Ugric, although linguistic roots common to both branches of the traditional Finno-Ugric language tree ( Finno-Permic and Ugric) are distant.
Aug 1, 2017 · Languages such as Hungarian and Finnish, along with others, make up the Uralic languages. The Uralic language encompasses a group of 38 languages spoken by an estimated 25 million people in Europe. Hungarian, Finnish, and Estonian have the largest number of speakers of the Uralic languages.
Ural-Altaic, Uralo-Altaic or Uraltaic is a linguistic convergence zone and former language-family proposal uniting the Uralic and the Altaic (in the narrow sense) languages.