Uralic


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Synonyms for Uralic

a family of Ural-Altaic languages

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In Estonian, another Uralic language, there are only two genuine derivational prefixes, eba- and mitte-.
A maybe surprisingly small amount of symposia was devoted to central linguistic topics: these were two symposia which addressed the often observed lack of syntactic descriptions of minor Uralic languages, "The Syntax of Samoyedic and Ob-Ugric Languages", and "Syntactic Structure of Uralic Languages", as well as the symposium on a contemporary dominant research topic, namely "Expressions of Evidentiality in Uralic languages".
Bloomington: Indian University Publications, Uralic and Altaic Series vol.
Positive transformants were selected on Vogel's minimal medium lacking Uridin and Uralic.
She studied at the University of Arizona; the Sibelius Academy at Helsinki, Finland, a student of Holger Fransman; Indiana University, earning a BS in Music and Uralic Studies, graduating cum laude, a student of Philip Farkas; and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, earning a Certificate of Advanced Studies, studying with Anthony Halstead.
The 2007 clothbound edition was published as volume 16 in the series Handbook of Oriental Studies, Section 8, Uralic and Central Asian Studies.
While Hungarian is indeed a part of the Uralic family along with Finnish and Estonian and the ancient Hungarians were in contact with the people of the Northern Caucasus, the Hungarian language--one of a handful of tongues in Europe that is not Indo-European--is not related to Caucasian Kabardian or even the so-called Altaic group in which Turkish is claimed to be related to Mongolian, let alone the Dravidian languages.
Christopher Beckwith, a professor of Central Euro-Asian Studies at Indiana University (where he also earned his PhD in Uralic and Altaic Studies, with a background in Chinese and Tibetan) offers a history of central Asia covering 4,000 years, from the Bronze Age to our modern times.
Finnish and Lappish--the language of Finland's small Lapp minority--both are Finno-Ugric languages and are in the Uralic rather than the Indo-European family.
Previous knowledge of Erzya or other Uralic languages is not expected, and thus the article may also be of interest to general linguists.
La Barre (1972) suggests that Paleolithic and Mesolithic mushroom cults were common to the ancestors ofNorth American Indians, "Paleo-Siberian and Uralic cultures" (Winkelman 1996).
Some languages have only one series of basic locative cases (locative, ablative, allative, like Warlpiri or Basque), others have two or up to seven series, for different locations, like Uralic and Caucasian languages, leading to rich case systems.
4) The Russians Illic-Svitych and Dolgopolsky reconstructed the superfamily to which Indo-European and other major language families belonged (Afro-Asiatic, Kartvelian, Uralic, Altaic, and Dravidian) and termed this proto language Nostratic.
In: Early Contacts between Uralic and Indo-European: Linguistic and Archaeological Considerations.
While the former three have populations of Teutonic descent and speak Germanic languages that are quite similar, Finland is unique in that its people speak a Uralic language distantly related to Turkish and other Central Asian tongues.