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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:
Russia, Udmurtskaya (Russia).

Language Family
Family: Uralic
Subgroup: Finno-Ugric
Branch: Finnic

Copyright © Kenneth Katzner, The Languages of the World, Published by Routledge.

Writing Sample

Writing Sample


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.
After receiving his orders Dyoma did not leave the induction center for two days. Today the induction center told him:
"Well, Demyan Platonovich, get ready! Today is the day you may enter the army."
"I am ready!" cried Dyoma in a loud voice.

—PYOJR BLINOV, I Want to Live

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