Permic languages

Permic languages

Infobox Language family
region=Ural Mountains in the Russian federation

Permic languages are a subgroup of the Finno-Ugric language family. They are spoken in the Ural Mountains of Russia.

* Komi ("Komi-Zyrian", "Zyrian")
* Komi-Permyak
* Udmurt ("Votyak")

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