Europe Uralic languages

Write down the Uralic languages of Europe.
Quiz by RudiOhrenstein
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Last updated: October 3, 2014
First submittedSeptember 30, 2014
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Native Speaker
Language
13,600,000
Hungarian
5,000,000
Finnish
1,150,000
Estonian
460,000
Udmurt
430,000
Mari
300,000
Erzya
220,000
Komi
Native Speaker
Language
200,000
Moksha
75,000
V├Áro
50,000
Karelian
26,000
Sami
25,000
Nenets
6,300
Vepsian
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Level 82
Oct 2, 2014
I kept trying Hanti, but seems its area is across the Ural. Feeling stupid for forgetting Karelian.
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Level 2
Apr 22, 2015
I think there are some languages missing: Ingrian, Votic and Livonian (Balto-Finnic branch). To name the Mordvin languages separately is unusual in Finno-Ugric studies, but actually true. But V6ro is really just a Southern Dialect of Estonian, although it is quite different from Standard Estonian. - But very nice quiz nevertheless!