Ugrian


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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.
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Since it is hard to understand how the enigmatic difference between front vocalism in the reflexes of Uralic 'two' in Samoyed and Ugrian and back vocalism in Finno(-Permian) can help in solving the problem of difference in vocalism between Ugrian 'four' and Ugrian (FU) 'eight', this V.
It sounds as if Professor Steve Jones might unearth traces of a Viking settlement there, or an influx of Ugrians.