Livonian


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a member of the Livonian-speaking people of Latvia

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the Finnic language spoken by the people of Livonia in Estonia and Latvia

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During the whole of the middle Ordovician tectonic and eustatic stillstand the Livonian Tongue was a typical transitional zone, where different muddy (carbonate-siliciclastic) sediments accumulated.
IT WAS THE YEAR 1212 OF THE LORD'S INCARNATION AND THE BISHOP'S 14th YEAR FOR THIS WITH THE PILGRIMS REJOICED THE WHOLE LIVONIAN CONGREGATION
Moreover, as peace settled over the Baltic, the Livonian public, which was increasingly Protestant, lost interest in an order of Roman Catholic warriors.
Everyone is welcome to the Midsummer night celebration at Sigulda's Livonian Order castle and enjoy the magic of a Midsummer night open-air party next to a large bonfire.
This study compares and contrasts the use of case in five Finnic languages (Estonian, Finnish, Karelian, Livonian, Veps, and Votic), particularly the alternations using the partitive case and the different forms of the accusative case, using parallel New Testament texts in these languages, along with some additional material from oral collections where biblical material is limited.
The land was thought to have remained unoccupied until the 9th century when the ancestors of Estonians and Livonians arrived from the east (Grewingk 1871, 49; Hausmann 1896, XIII; for more details see Tvauri 2003).
The first written records of cattle breeding in Estonian territory originate from the Livonian Chronicle written by Henry of Livonia at the beginning of the 13th century (The chronicle of Henry of Livonia 1961).
By the end of 1568, the Livonian War had come to a standstill.
2004) and Lithuanian facies belts (confacies in Jaanusson 1995) and the Livonian Tongue of the Central Baltoscandian Facies Belt (Livonian Basin in Harris et al.
Sergei Bogatyrev's examination of the matter begins with the reign of Dmitrii Donskoi, often seen as marking a turning point in Moscow's dealings with the Golden Horde, and ends with Ivan IV's Oprichnina, in the midst of the Livonian War and internal dislocations.
Contained in this volume was the astonishing long poem "The Notations of Henricus de Lettis in the Margins of the Livonian Chronicle," which juxtaposes intense, accusatory poetic comment with the pious thirteenth-century chronicle and tells "the story of pillaging, burning, rape, and murder inflicted on a small nation by a large and powerful one in the name of an ideology - here Christianity.
It was, of course, in April 1560 that Prince Magnus of Denmark landed in Livonia and in the summer of the same year that delegations from the Livonian Order and the city of Reval arrived at Stockholm to seek Swedish support against Muscovy.
Tuuli Tuisk, Livonian Word Prosody, Tartu 2015 (Dissertationes Philologiae Uralicae Universitatis Tartuensis 15).