Northern Finnic languages

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Northern Finnic
Geographic
distribution:
Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Northwestern Russia
Linguistic classification:Uralic
Subdivisions:

The Northern Finnic languages are a branch of Finnic languages. The main language of the branch is Finnish. It is the official language of Finland and the most spoken language in the country. There are four other languages in the branch: Ingrian, Karelian, Ludic, and Veps.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Viitso 1998, p. 101.