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agriculture ancestors animals Baltic Finnic became began Carelians cent characteristics Cheremis Chuvash clothing cognates Common Finnic period connected culture dialect eastern eighteenth century elements Enets Estonian example existence Finland Finn Finnic languages Finnic-Permian Finnish Finno Finno-Ugrian languages forests grammatical groups guages Hame herds horse horse breeding Hungarian Hungary hunting and fishing important Indo-European influence inhabitants Jugria Kalevala Kama known Lake land Lapps later linguistic literary language live loanwords millennium BC Mordvin neighbours Nenets Nganasans nomadic northern noun Ob-Ugrians Permian plural population possessive suffixes present century pronoun Proto-Finno-Ugrian reindeer breeding relationship result rivers Russian Samoyed Samoyed languages scholars seen Selkups separate shamans Siberia similar songs southern Soviet spoken Swedish Tatar tion traces tradition tribal tribe Tundra Turkic Ugrian Ugrian period Uralic Vepsians verb vocabulary Vodians Voguls and Ostyaks Volga Votyak vowel Western Siberia wood words Yukagir Zyryan