Definición de Finnic en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /ˈfɪnɪk/


1Relating to or denoting a group of Finno-Ugric languages including Finnish and Estonian.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The major languages of the indigenous minority and majority populations are Samisk, a Finnic language, and two official Norwegian languages, both of which are Germanic languages.
  • In the first place, the Lapps speak a Finnic dialect which is classified with the extinct Chude, spoken in the early centuries of the present era in Finland.
  • It has been argued that a native Finnic population absorbed northward migrating Indo-Europeans who adopted the Finnic language.
2Relating to or denoting the group of peoples which includes the Finns.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Of the non-Slavic peoples, the Germanic, Jewish, and Finnic were the most important; Jews were rare except in the western borderlands.
  • Some time after the middle of the seventh century, the Bulgars, a people of Hunnic and Finnic stock, who had been driven from their habitations on the Volga as far as the Lower Danube, began to make incursions into Moesia and Thrace.
  • Essentially there were two Finnic groups; the Finns of Finland (and their kinsmen in Estonia), and the remnants of the Finnic tribes which had originally inhabited Muscovy.

Palabras que riman con Finnic

actinic, clinic, cynic, Jacobinic, rabbinic

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Saltos de línea: Finn¦ic

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