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 ...
The Uralic language family in its current status consists of two related groups of languages, the Finno-Ugric and the Samoyedic, both of which developed from a common ancestor, called Proto-Uralic, that was spoken 7,000 to 10,000 years ago in the general area of the north-central Ural Mountains.
List of Uralic languages Hypothetical ancestors[ edit]. Ancestral [ edit]. Samoyedic [ edit]. Ob-Ugric [ edit]. Magyar [ edit]. Permic [ edit]. Geographical distribution of Permic languages. Mari [ edit]. The four main dialects of Mari. Mordvinic [ edit]. Finnic [ edit]. Geographical ...
Jun 2, 2020 · The Uralic family of languages are spoken across northern regions of Norway and Sweden, throughout Finland, Estonia, Hungary and parts of Russia. Here, we’ll take a look at which modern languages are part of this family, how many people speak them and how similar they are. Let’s get started.
The Ugric group comprises the geographically most distant members of the family—the Hungarian and Ob-Ugric languages. Finnic contains the remaining languages: the Baltic-Finnic languages, the Sami (or Lapp) languages, Mordvin, Mari, and the Permic tongues.
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.
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