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Udmurt, formerly known as Votyak, is spoken by about 600,000 people living mainly in the Russia's Udmurt Republic, whose capital is Izhevsk. Another of the Finno-Ugric languages, it is most closely related to Komi, the two forming the so-called Permian branch of this family. ***
Udmurt is spoken/used in the following countries:
Dyoma had not slept for several nights awaiting his induction into the army. And when he did doze off for a bit he had all kinds of dreams. He was fighting the enemy.
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