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Bures boahtin! Terveh tulgua! Poryn vashliyna! Tervetuloa! Isten hozott! Terve tultua! Koram pyrny! Buerie biejjie! Tyuda'! Burie båeteme! Kenyardtano eizenk! Puä'ð tiõrvân! Tervhen tulda! Pue'tted kiõccâd! Vidza koram! Pyerestpuáttim! Gazhaca ëtiskom! Pyereest puáttim! Tere tulemast! ... and of course, Welcome!

This is a community devoted to the study and use of any Finno-Ugric language. Want to speak some Karelian, Nganasan, Ingrian, Votic, Saami or Lüdian? Feel free to post here in them. As the community grows, there will hopefully be people to understand! Of course, English and Russian are accepted too.

There is, as you may notice, more of a bias to lesser-known finno-ugric languages as there are more of them than the more commonly known ones, but don't let that stop you talking about Hungarian, Estonian or Finnish! :)

This community is just starting, so if you have suggestions, feel free to make them!

General Links:
  • Suri - Information Centre of Finno-Ugric Peoples [Eesti keeles, По-русски, In English]
  • The Red Book of the Peoples of the Russian Empire - The Red Book is a slightly biased source, but rather useful for finding an overview on a certain people.
  • MAFUN.org - Youth Association of Finno-Ugric Peoples [Suomeksi, По-русски, eesti keeles, In English]
  • Jennifer's Language Page - Has a lot of links for a LOT of languages, as well as translations of certain phrases into many languages.
  • Minority Languages of Russia on the Net
  • Archive.org - A very useful site which hosts the "Way-back Machine", a utility allowing you to type in any URL and see a site's previous versions, or track down websites which no longer exist.
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