juergen.stowasser at univie.ac.at
Mon Jun 5 18:29:46 UTC 2000
"Robert G. Comegys" schrieb:,
> Finnish and Hungarian are Turkish languages, --
as Joost Kremer already pointed, Finnish and Hungarian belong to the "Finno-Ugric"
language family (together with some smaller languages like Samojedic); the Turk
languages belong - as well as the Mongolic - to the "Altai"-family. Both Turk and
Finno-Ugric are agglutinative languages but I ´ve never heard of a "superfamily"
Finno-Ugric/Altai (but I´m not a linguist so maybe some list member can clear this
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