The members of the Finno-Ugric (or Uralic) language family are: Baltic-Finnic group: Finnish, Estonian, Karelian, Ludic/Ludian, Veps/Vepsian, Ingrian, Livonian and Votic/Votian; Sami (Lapp): a group of dialects or closely related languages; Mari (Cheremis); Mordvin: Erzya and Moksha; Permic/Permian group: Komi (Zyryan), Permyak and Udmurt (Votyak); Ugric group: Hungarian, Khanty (Ostyak) and Mansi (Vogul); Samoyedic group: Nenets (Yurak), Enets (Yenisey Samoyed), Nganasan (Tavgy) and Selkup (Ostyak Samoyed). The Samoyedic group is traditionally classified as a separate language family constituting the Uralic group together with Finno-Ugric languages. However, many linguists now use the terms "Finno-Ugric" and "Uralic" as synonyms, and this is also the naming convention used in the ODP.
Web pages of university departments specializing in the teaching of Uralic and/or Finno-Ugric linguistics.
Estonian is a Uralic language in the family of Finnic languages. Estonian is the official language of the Republic of Estonia.
A Finno-Ugric language spoken mainly in Finland but also by minorities in Sweden, Norway, Russia and North America.
Please submit only sites describing university programs and language schools offering courses in the Finnish language to nonspeakers of Finnish. Online language sites or other Finnish teaching sites should be added under Science: Social Sciences: Language and Linguistics: Natural Languages: Finno-Ugric Languages: Finnish.
Academic journals devoted completely or in large part to the study of Uralic (or Finno-Ugric) languages and literatures.
Material on the Khanty (Ostyak) language, spoken in NW Siberia, just E of the Ural Mountains.
Information about the Komi (Ziryene) language.
Livonian is nearly extinct, spoken by a few people in Latvia. It used to be the language of Livonia.
Also known as Vogul.
Sites devoted to the Mari language.
One of the Samoyedic branch ofthe Uralic languages, spoken in Siberia. Also known as Tavgi.
This category is for sites about South Estonian languages and dialects. South Estonian is an umbrella notion for all south Estonian languages and dialects. These are V├Áro, Seto, Mulgi and Tartu.