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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
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Translations
udmurtevotíaco
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This article compares the communicative behaviour of Udmurts, Estonians and Finns.
udmurt kalik-les pi-z-e sili karini (udmurt-NOM people-ABL son-3SG-ACC glorify-INF) 'to glorify the Udmurts' son' (No.
Taking into account all the facts, the Besermians should be considered either the former Southern Udmurts living once in close contacts with the Muslims of Volga Bulgharia as a social group subordinated to the latter and thus adopted some prestigious traits of the Islamic Turkic culture, or originally a Turkic-speaking group (a part of Bulghars), which--as the forefathers of the Chuvash and may be of the Christian Tatars--was never fully muslimized and being a group of relatively low social position, looking for saving their non-Islamic identity later mixed with the Southern Udmurts and adopted their language (for more information see bibliographies in [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1997: 52-53; 1997a; [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1998).
Pronouns are described in all descriptive grammars of the Udmurt language, including the first Udmurt grammar book (for example, [phrase omitted] 59-64; [phrase omitted] 167-187; [phrase omitted] 1983 : 574-578; 2008 : 844-849), researches on territorial dialects ([phrase omitted] 1970 : 183-207; [phrase omitted] 1997 : 118-130; [phrase omitted] 2016 : 90-105), and other publications ([phrase omitted] 2001; [phrase omitted] 2005).