Finno-Ugric ( / ˌfɪnoʊˈjuːɡrɪk / or / ˌfɪnoʊˈuːɡrɪk /; Fenno-Ugric)  or Finno-Ugrian ( Fenno-Ugrian ), is a traditional grouping of all languages in the Uralic language family except the Samoyedic languages.
KhantyMansi Saamic–Fennic ( consonant gradation ) Saamic Fennic Saamic Fennic Eastern Finno-Ugric Mordva (node) Mari Permian–Ugric (*δ > *l) Permian Ugric (*s *š *ś > *ɬ *ɬ... Mordva (node) Mari Permian–Ugric (*δ > *l) Permian Ugric (*s *š *ś > *ɬ *ɬ *s) Hungarian Khanty Mansi Mari Permian–Ugric (*δ ...
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Samoyedic languages, group of languages spoken in Siberia and the Russian Arctic that, together with the Finno-Ugric languages, constitute the family of Uralic languages ( q.v. ). There are five Samoyedic languages, which are divided into two subgroups—North Samoyedic and South Samoyedic.
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The most demographically important Uralic language is Hungarian, the official language of Hungary. Two other Uralic languages, Estonian (the official language of Estonia) and Finnish (one of two national languages of Finland —the other is Swedish, a Germanic language), are also spoken by millions.
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.
Finno-Ugric languages (fĬn´ō-ōō´grĬk), also called Finno-Ugrian languages, group of languages forming a subdivision of the Uralic subfamily of the Ural-Altaic family of languages (see Uralic and Altaic languages). The Finno-Ugric group of languages can be divided into two subgroups, Finnic and Ugric.
Nov 27, 2018 · The Finno-Ugric branch of the Uralic language family, to which both Saami and Finnish languages belong, has diverged from other Uralic languages no earlier than 4000–5000 years ago, when Finland ...
Finno-Ugric 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 are distant.
Mar 24, 2022 · The Uralic (Finno-Ugric) languages, the second largest language family in Europe, including three European nation-state languages (Hungarian, Finnish, Estonian) and a number of minority languages in Northern Eurasia, look back to a long history of research.
Finno-Ugrian languages and cultures studies the structure, history and use of Finno-Ugrian, also known as Uralic, languages. In addition to the methodology of language studies, the special characteristics of the material and spiritual culture of the peoples speaking these languages are another starting point.
Finno-Ugric Languages Ugric languages Hungarian (alternate name: Magyar) Ob-Ugric branch Khanty (alternate name: Ostyak) Mansi (alternate name: Vogul) Finno-Permic Permic languages Komi (alternate name: Zyrian) Komi-Permyak Udmurt (alternate name: Votyak) Finno-Volgaic languages Mari Mordvinic branch Erzya Moksha
It includes Uralic, Yukaghir, Eskimo–Aleut (Inuit), possibly Nivkh and Chukotko-Kamchatkan. List of Uralic languages. Finno-Ugric languages Hungarian; Khanty; Mansi; Estonian; Finnish; Karelian; Livonian; Votic; Ingrian; Saami; Erzya; Moksha; Mari; Udmurt; Komi; Samoyedic languages; Nenets; References
Jul 28, 2020 · The Uralic languages are spoken in vastly different ecological and sociopolitical environments, and the genetic and typological diversity within Uralic is comparable to that between the branches of Indo‐European. This chapter presents a quick survey on the diversity of language contacts relevant to Finno‐Ugric, with some exemplary cases.