UL Uralic Café

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Re: UL Uralic Café

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-06, 15:05

There's also the Finnic thread with info and links for Ingrian, Veps, Karelian, etc. And I'm adding Võro below. It has some threads on the Estonian forum: -- here and here.There are also some cross-Finnic threads on other forums like this one and this one.

Saamic -> own forum

Finnic
-- Finnish -> own forum
-- Estonian -> own forum
-- Karelian (Finnic thread)
-- Veps (Finnic thread)
-- Ingrian (Finnic thread)

-- Votic / Votian
-- Ludic
-- Livonian
-- Livonian (resources)
-- Võro (thread on Estonian forum)


Mordvinic (Erzya, Moksha)
-- Erzya
-- Moksha


Mari
-- Meadow Mari
-- Hill Mari


Permic (Komi, Udmurt)
-- Komi
-- Udmurt


Hungarian -> own forum

Ob-Ugric (Khanty, Mansi)
-- Mansi
-- Khanty

Samoyedic
-- Nenets
-- Enets
-- Selkup

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Re: UL Uralic Café

Postby aaakknu » 2018-03-06, 18:20

I am going to start a thread about Nenets soon.
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Re: UL Uralic Café

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-06, 21:49

Irusia wrote:I am going to start a thread about Nenets soon.

Yay!
I only now realized that this thread is not in the Other Languages forum itself, but in the General Languages forum. So it makes me wonder what other Uralic threads might be here, too. I've only looked a little, but I found at least one: Livonian. Should it be added to the list?

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Re: UL Uralic Café

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-07, 4:54

So I just discovered there is (was) also a UL Finnic Cafe with posts in Finnish, Estonian, Moksha, and Votic on the General Languages forum. But it got buried. And way back there was also one called Same Topic About Finno-Ugric Languages, which suffered the same fate.
There's also a Khanty and Mansi thread on the Hungarian forum and something about Udmurt on the Russian forum which I think is the same as this one in English.
I don't think the Uralic Languages Word-Association Game has been mentioned yet either. It's not a specific language, but it certainly could go on the Uralic Languages forum if one is created. Currently it has posts for Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian, Udmurt, Northern Saami, Komi, Meadow Mari, Livonian, Võro, probably others since I didn't look through all the pages.
I'm not sure what else there is. It's hard to even search for the threads because they are so scattered (General Language forum, Other Languages forum, Saami forum, Russian forum, etc.) Most are not currently active, but that's probably related to them being so hard to find. The search function is only useful to a point because so many of these languages have multiple names (Ingrian/Izhorian, Votic/Votian/Vod, Olonets/Livvi/Karelian, etc.) Being scattered across several boards as they are, they are very hard to find. I've been here for two years but hadn't found most of these threads until now, and that's after a lot of searching. At least this thread helps us get all the links in one place. That's a start.

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Re: UL Uralic Café

Postby h34 » 2018-03-09, 18:34

Update with additions (Veps, Ingrian, Seto, Ludic)

Uralic (general):

Finno-Ugric (general):

Saamic:
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Finnic:
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Mordvinic (Erzya, Moksha)
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Mari
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Permic (Komi, Udmurt)
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Hungarian

Ob-Ugric (Khanty, Mansi)
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Samoyedic
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Re: UL Uralic Café

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-10, 1:49

Thank you h34! Just now I created a Uralic Music Thread on the Other Languages forum. Just one song there now (in Võro) but I plan to add others. I hope others will as well!

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Re: UL Uralic Café

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