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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.
Tenders are invited for Repair/ Renovation Of Ladies And Gents Toilet At 1St Floor At Department Of Slavonic And Finno- Ugrian
Studies, Tutorial Building, University Of Delhi
Tenders are invited for Repair and renovation of ladies and gents toilet at 1st floor at department of slavonic and finno ugrian
studies, tutorial building, university of delhi
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