Lappic

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Noun1.Lappic - any of the languages spoken by the Lapps and generally assumed to be Uralic languagesLappic - any of the languages spoken by the Lapps and generally assumed to be Uralic languages
Uralic, Uralic language - a family of Ural-Altaic languages
Lapp, Saame, Saami, Same, Sami - the language of nomadic Lapps in northern Scandinavia and the Kola Peninsula
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