Ural-Altaic

NOUN
  1. a (postulated) group of languages including many of the indigenous languages of Russia (but not Russian)
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How To Use Ural-Altaic In A Sentence

  • Hungarian, Finnish, the Turkic languages, Mongolian, and Manchu belong to the Ural-Altaic family of languages, also known as the Turanian family, after the Persian word Turan for Turkestan. The Nazi Connection with Shambhala and Tibet
  • Mongolian, the Turkish and the Finnish-Ugrian races, to belong to the so-called Altaic or Ural-Altaic stem. The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II
  • Furthermore, Hungarian, Turkish and Finnish (which are Ural-Altaic languages like Korean and share phonetic qualities with it) also extensively use umlauts.
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