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Indigenous Minority Languages of Russia

Izhorian: Bibliographical guide


About the Izhorian language

Uralic, Finno-Ugric branch, Baltic-Finnic group.

Where the speakers live

Together with the Votians, the Izhorians are indigenous inhabitants of the historical Ingermanland (Ingria). At present Izhorians live in some villages in Kingisepp and Lomonosov districts, Leningrad region, as well as in neighboring areas in Estonia. The Oredezha dialect formerly spoken in some villages in Gatchina district is now extinct.

TEACHING MATERIALS

BASIC DESCRIPTIVE STUDIES

Grammars
Dictionaries
Texts

BASIC SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDIES


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