Udmurt


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Udmurt

(ˈʊdmʊət)
n
(Languages) another name for Votyak2
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Noun1.Udmurt - a member of the Finno-Ugric-speaking people living in eastern European RussiaUdmurt - a member of the Finno-Ugric-speaking people living in eastern European Russia
Russian - a native or inhabitant of Russia
2.Udmurt - the Finnic language spoken by the VotyakUdmurt - the Finnic language spoken by the Votyak
Permic - a group of Finnic languages spoken in the northwest Urals
Translations
udmurtevotíaco
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01119-18 acquisition of a dwelling in the form of an apartment in the ownership of the udmurt republic to ensure the provision of living quarters to orphans and children left without parental care, persons from among them under contracts for the hiring of specialized living quarters
The ministry said Russian investigators monitored the two women between 2011 and 2016 in the territory of the Udmurt Republic, the Chelyabinsk Region and the Perm Territory, where they "recruited young girls and sent them to Bahrain for further sexual exploitation.
The remainder of Russia's chemical weapons arsenal has been destroyed at the Kizner Chemical Weapons Destruction Facility in the Udmurt Republic.
He added that the remaining one percent, some 400 tons of weaponized chemicals, is currently kept at "at the last facility in operation to store and destroy the chemical weapons, in the Kizner village in the Udmurt region.
phonetic studies (gemination in Estonian, Voro and Seto laryngeals, tonal and duration variability in Livonian, and others), Udmurtology (Udmurt ethnography, the Udmurt youth, Udmurt stereotypes, Udmurt religion in Bashkortostan, and others), or aspects of Finnish linguistics (non-finite person marking, temporal converbs, the predicative function of the reflexive suffix, sound change in Medieval Finnish, the Finnish grammar by Rasmus Rask, and others).
Petersburg, the taste of kumyshka and the debate over Udmurt culture, engineering tastes: food and the senses, sensing danger: the Red Army during the Second World War, and the sensory experience of martyrdom and Soviet collective memory.
Reporters Without Borders said Nekrasov, from Izhevsk, the capital of the Udmurt Republic was constantly hounded by authorities for his activities, which included involvement in campaigns, including a protest movement against evictions and a campaign to defend the rights of workers at the Izhmash factory.
The capital of the Udmurt Republic, lzhevsk is the home of both the lzhmash and lzhmehk Arsenals.
The outlet's new location is conveniently situated right in the city center on a main thoroughfare, not far from Central Square and the State Philharmonic of the Udmurt Republic.
The embroidered pinafores the babushkas will wear tonight are handme-downs from generations of Udmurt women.
The analysis reported in the article aimed at defining the location of Udmurt culture in the continuum of high-and low-context cultures with respect to the characteristics of dialogues and at comparing the results with the findings of a study on the communicative behaviour of Finns and Estonians.
Los primeros habitantes de las actuales tierras udmurt conocian la agricultura y ganaderia desde la Edad de Bronce.