Finno-Ugric languages

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The Finno-Ugric languages are a group of Ural-Altaic languages, divided into Finnish languages (mainly Finnish and Estonian) and Ugric (mainly Hungarian). The languages are also spoken in scattered centers throughout Russia, which is thought to be the original source of the languages.