(also Ob-Ugrian /ˈ(y)o͞ogrēən/)
- Of or denoting a branch of the Finno-Ugric language family containing two languages of western Siberia related to Hungarian.More example sentences
- Mir-Susne-Hum (‘Man, who gaze at the world’) is a seventh son of a supreme Ob-Ugrian god, Num-Torum.
- Cushings article on the bear in Ob-Ugrian folklore cites a poem in which squirrel furs represent kopecks.
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- The Ob-Ugric group of languages.More example sentences
- The initial stress in certain Uralic languages, Ob-Ugrian in particular, in which earlier harmony systems have ceased to operate, creates the appearance of the UVR systems.
1930s: from Ob, the name of a Siberian river, + Ugric.
More definitions of Ob-UgricDefinition of Ob-Ugric in:
- The British & World English dictionary