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Studies in Finno-Ugric linguistics

Studies in Finno-Ugric linguistics

in honor of Alo Raun

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Published by [Indiana University] in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finno-Ugrian philology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Denis Sinor.
    SeriesIndiana University Uralic and Altaic series -- 131, Uralic and Altaic series -- v. 131
    ContributionsRaun, Alo, 1905-, Sinor, Denis
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPH2Z5 R38
    The Physical Object
    Pagination440 p. :
    Number of Pages440
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18895621M

    There are no evidence of that. If they are related, they have diverged from each other so long ago that we cannot find it out with our present historical linguistic methods. The mother of Uralic languages, Proto-Uralic, was spoken approximately The main objectives of the bachelor’s degree programme in Finno-Ugric studies have been formulated according to the aims, and they are as follows: to provide students with theoretical understandings of the Finno-Ugric linguistic, literature and cultural studies, and . The Finnic division of Finno-Ugric languages is composed of five groups. The Baltic-Finnic group consists of Finnish, Estonian, Karelian (including Olonets), Ludic, Veps, Ingrian, Livonian, and Votic.


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