Permic (Komi, Udmurt)

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Permic (Komi, Udmurt)

Postby h34 » 2017-02-07, 11:02

I'd like to open a thread about the Permic languages, Udmurt and Komi.

[flag=]kv[/flag] Komi
[flag=]kv-kpv[/flag] Komi-Zyrian
[flag=]kv-koi[/flag] Komi-Permyak
[flag=]udm[/flag] Udmurt

These are some resources I've come across so far:

General info about the Permic languages and the Old Permic (Abur) alphabet :
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/oldpermic.htm

A Swadesh list (English - Udmurt - Komi-Permyak - Komi-Zyrian), interesting for comparisons:
http://www.udmurt.info/library/belykh/swadesh.htm

The Komi-Udmurt Latin alphabet (1931):
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Komi-Udmurt_latin_alphabet_(1931).jpg

[flag=]kv-kpv[/flag] Komi-Zyrian
Grammar (dictionary and other resources on the same website):
http://foto11.com/komi/grammar/
http://foto11.com/komi/vocabular/komi_english.shtml
A grammar overview in French:
http://ratatoulha.chez-alice.fr/komi/grammaire_komi.html

[flag=]kv-koi[/flag] Komi-Permyak
http://www.philology.ru/linguistics3/batalova-93.htm
http://www.suri.ee/inf/pekoi.html
http://api.ning.com/files/KHRei0YK6cXM63oxHE7HgDTv8p*uHbwZ8BHswC*p9EYxnBRhFJMaIw9R6UPOOIcWIo4OeuVeJBj8wP6zJSYqnpod**OUaW4K/KomiPermyatskaya_Grammatika_Copy.pdf

[flag=]udm[/flag] Udmurt
https://m.vk.com/udmurteveryday
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/udmurt.htm
http://www.udmurt.info/
http://udmurt.info/pdf/library/alatyrev/alatyrev-grammar.pdf
https://udmurtkyl.wordpress.com/
http://www.philology.ru/linguistics3/batalova-93.htm
http://youtu.be/t1-DMDYzp3s
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Re: Permic (Komi, Udmurt)

Postby PfifltriggPi » 2017-02-12, 21:33

All of these seem really interesting, beautiful and really, really hard. Plus, how cool would it be to speak a language called Udmurt? Just say it a few times. I am now finding the temptation to start Russian almost overwhelming. But I really do not have time now. :x
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