a group of Finnic languages spoken around the Volga river
Hypernyms: ↑Fennic, ↑Finnic, ↑Non-Ugric
Hyponyms: ↑Cheremis, ↑Cheremiss, ↑Mari, ↑Mordva, ↑Mordvin, ↑Mordvinian

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