Yurats language

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Yurats
Native toRussia
Extinctearly 19th century
Uralic
Language codes
ISO 639-3rts

Yurats (Yurak) was a Samoyedic language spoken in the Siberian tundra west of the Yenisei River. It became extinct in the early 19th century. Yurats was probably either a transitional variety connecting the Nenets and Enets languages of the Samoyedic family, or an archaic dialect of Enets.[1]

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  1. ^ Janhunen, Juha (1977). Samojedischer Wortschatz. Castreanumin toimitteita. 17. Helsinki. p. 8. ISBN 951-45-1161-1. ISSN 0355-0141. |

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