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Uralic languages are found in Northern Europe and Northern Asia, neighbouring Indo-European in the West and South and Tungusic and Turkic in the East. The family is usually considered to have two main branches: Samoyedic (in the Northeast) and Finnic-Ugric. The Finnic-Ugric branch was one of the first language families to be postulated in the history of Linguistics.

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