Finnic languages

The Finnic (also known as Baltic-Finnic) languages originate from a common protolanguage, Proto-Finnic, which means they are closely related to each other. As the name Baltic-Finnic implies, these languages are spoken in the region around the Baltic Sea.


Planning a new standard language. Finnic minority languages meet the new millennium. Eds. Helena Sulkala & Harri Mantila. Finnish Literature Society 2010.

Facing Finnic. Some Challenges to Historical and Contact Linguistics. Ed. Johanna Laakso. Castrenianumin toimitteita 59, Mémoires de la Société Finno-Ougrienne.

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