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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Major organization : BUDGET HEALTH INSTITUTIONS OF THE UDMURT REPUBLIC "CITY CLINICAL HOSPITAL ?
Reporters Without Borders said Nekrasov, from Izhevsk, the capital of the Udmurt Republic, was constantly hounded by authorities for his activities, which included a campaign to defend the rights of workers at the Izhmash factory.
shopping center), Izhevsk, Udmurt Republic, Volga federal region.
1-2) Udmurt State University, Russian Federation, 426034, Izhevsk, 1 Universitetskay str.
With a population of 629,455 people, it is the largest city in the Udmurt Republic and the 19th largest in Russia.
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.
Vernadsky National University; Tomsk State University; Udmurt State University; Ufa State Aviation Technical University; Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya; University of Bucharest; University of Latvia; University of Warsaw; University of Wroclaw; Ural Federal University; Volgograd State Technical University
Matveev taught in Udmurt State University (Russia) and the College of William and Mary.
The issues were guaranteed by energy retail companies subsidiary to IES Holding: Orenburgenergosbyt, Kirovenergosbyt, Komienergosbyt and Udmurt Energy Retail Company.
In terms of ethnic-origin, which was carefully noted in the killers' documents, the statistics of the killed is as follows--559 Lithuanians, 56 Russians, 52 Poles, 38 Germans, 32 Belarusians, 18 Latvians, nine Ukrainians, three Jews, one Estonian, one Uzbek, one Tartar, one Ossetian, one Chuvash, one Armenian and one Udmurt.