1. the Uralic languages spoken by the Samoyed in northwestern Siberia
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How To Use Samoyedic In A Sentence

  • For those who buy into Nostratic or Indo-Uralic there's a possible cognate in Uralic, *t, which is used to form participles and infinitives in Finnic, Saami, Ob-Ugrian, and Samoyedic. The PIE *to-participle in my subjective-objective model
  • Theoretically minä was already serving in part as an "agentive" in the earliest Uralic stage, and then came to mark the subject as a whole once Proto-Samoyedic started seperating from Proto-Uralic. Back to business: emphatic particles and verbal extensions
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