Votyak

noun Vo·ty·ak \ˈvōtēˌak\
variants: or

Votiak

\ˈvōtēˌak\

Definition of Votyak

plural

Votyak

or

Votiak

also

Votyaks

or

Votiaks

  1. 1a :  a Finno-Ugrian people of the Udmurt Republic in eastern Soviet Russia, Europe —called also Udmurt b :  a member of such people

  2. 2 :  the Finnic language of the Votyak people

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Origin and Etymology of votyak

Russian Votyak member of the Votyaks, from Vot' Votyak people, from Cheremis òdə, from Votyak Udmurt Votyak man


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