Zyrian


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Zyrian

(ˈzɪrɪən)
n
(Languages) the language of the people of the Komi Autonomous Republic, belonging to the Finno-Ugric family; Komi
adj
1. (Languages) of or relating to this language or its speakers
2. (Peoples) of or relating to this language or its speakers
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The difference in form between the Beserman recessive marker and the corresponding Udmurt postposition lasan 'from the side' can then be explained by the dialectal variation of the egressive marker, which has the form -(i)sen in some Udmurt and Komi dialects and -san in others (including literary Komi Zyrian and Komi Permyak).
Zyrian Zyrah, aged 23, of Windmill Road, Longford, Coventry, was also charged with using a vehicle without insurance and using a vehicle without a test certificate.
First known under as the << Perm >>, they were renamed << Zyrian >> and finally << Komi >> in the 20th century.
In addition to the Uralic (UEW) and Finnish etymological dictionaries (SSA), Laszlo Keresztes ' etymological glossary (MdKons), the Zyrian etymological dictionary (K[?
Zyrian Zyrah, aged 23, of Holmsdale Road, Coventry, driving with an incorrect licence, using a vehicle without insurance, fined pounds 150.
He was a teacher of Zyrian people; he taught them an alphabet, learned their language, and translated the Holy Scripture for them.
The first group contains the Finnish, Hungarian, Vogul, Ostyak, Mordvin, Mari, Zyrian and Votyak languages, while the third comprises the Samoyedic "language classes" (for details, see Munkacsi 1882 : 289-292; Setala 1892 : 257-259; Zsirai 1994 : 484-490).