Definition of Non-ugric
1. Noun. One of two branches of the Finno-Ugric languages; a family of languages including Finnish and Estonian (but not Hungarian).
Generic synonyms: Finno-ugrian, Finno-ugric
Specialized synonyms: Permic, Volgaic, Baltic-finnic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Non-ugric
Literary usage of Non-ugric
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1. Etruscan Researches by Isaac Taylor (1874)
"1 1 Traces more or less faint of the Etruscan KULMU seem to exist even in the non-Ugric branches of the Turanian family. The Indian KALI, a deity adopted by ..."