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Indigenous Minority Languages of Russia

Ulchi: Bibliographical guide


About the Ulchi language

The Ulchi language belongs to the Nanai (Amur) subgroup of the Tungus branch of the Manchu-Tungus family of languages.

Where the speakers live

The Ulchis reside in the Ulchi district of the Khabarovsk territory in the villages of Bogorodskoye (area center), Bulava, Dudi, Kalinovka, Mariinskoye, Nizhnyaya Gavan, Savinskoye, Mongol, Solontsy, Kolchom, Sofiiskoye, Tyr and Ukhta on the banks of the Amur River and its tributaries, as well as on the coast of the Tatar Strait.

TEACHING MATERIALS

BASIC DESCRIPTIVE STUDIES

Dictionaries

BASIC SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDIES


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