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Synonyms for Vogul

a member of a nomadic people of the northern Urals

the Ugric language (related to Hungarian) spoken by the Vogul


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Moreover, Ostiak and Vogul mythology made no mention of the bear as an ancestor.
In 1898, however, Kharuzin published (again in Etnograficheskoe obozrenie) a study of the cult of the bear among the Ostiaks and Voguls (Khanty and Mansi) of western Siberia, in which he applied to the fullest extent in his writings the methods and assumptions of evolutionist theory.
1894, A vogul nyelvjarasok szoragozasukban ismertetve, Budapest.
The Mordvin data is wanting, as only 28 words are included in it (while only 16 Vogul and Ostyak, 17 Chuvash and 20 Votyak words).
The headwords are in Latin and several of the Uralic languages occur in it: Finnish, Estonian, Hungarian, Mordvin, Cheremis, Komi-Zyrian and Komi-Permyak, Votyak, Vogul, Ostyak, Yurak (more than one dialect of the latter three), Selkup and Kamassian (then still extant).
However, the differentiation between definite and indefinite object in Vogul is not entirely consistent.
Note that in Vogul, Lapp and Kamass the unmarkedness of the object is generalised also to personal pronouns, whereas in the rest of the languages surveyed up to this point personal pronouns appear obligatorily in the accusative case as objects.
Blazek prefers to reconstruct the FU word for 'three' opposing to the traditional *kolme--as *kurmi drawing upon the Hungarian (harom) and the Vogul (N [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
ata) and 'thousand' (FU *sasra), also--'ten' in Permian (*das < Aryan) and--what is especially important here--by FU *luka 'count, counted' with derivatives meaning 'ten' in Lappish, Cheremis and Vogul (Honti 1993 : 120).
Marcantonio writes: "Between the 15th and 17th centuries, a belief arose that Hungarian is closely related to Vogul and Ostyak, that is the "Ugric" people.
225-227), she casts doubt on the relationship between the Hungarian 3th person possessive ending -a, -e, Vogul -(t)e Ostyak -([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
Etymologically the Finnic pellava-family has been associated with the Ob Ugrian terms for other fibre plants, like the Vogul polna, panl[?
Vogul, Ostyak and Hungarian are still held to form the conventional Ugric node, even though it is now generally recognised that Hungarian is radically different in phonology, morphology, lexicon and syntax from the other Ugric languages (Abondolo 1987; Sammallahti 1988; Helimski 1984 : 253).
Ostyaks and Voguls, who live in northwest Siberia (mostly near the Ural Mountains and in the Ob River basin), call the Milky Way the Southern Birds' Road or the Ducks' Road.