Ugrian


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Synonyms for Ugrian

one of the two branches of the Finno-Ugric family of languages

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These were the so-called Ugrians, comprising Finns, Lapps, Hungarians and other tribes;(40) the ancient Pruthenians (Prussians), the Letts and Lithuanians, too, had peopled Europe long before the advent of the Celts, Goths, and Slavs.(41) Prichard paid due tribute to the fact that the history of European migrations grew increasingly complex.
That Ugrian tongue which bends and kneads the world, conforming to nature by means of endless adjectives and case forms.