Komi language

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The Komi language (in Komi: коми кыв, transliteration: komi kyv ) is a Uralic language spoken by the Komi peoples in the northeastern European part of Russia. Komi is one of the two members of the Permic branch. The other Permic language is Udmurt, to which Komi is closely related.

Komi is a pluricentric language. Of the several dialects found within Komi, two or three major dialects are recognized, although the differences are not great: Komi-Zyrian, the largest group, serves as the literary basis within the Komi Republic, while Permyak (also called Komi-Permyak) is spoken in the Komi-Permyak Okrug, where it has literary status. The third group, Komi-Yazva is spoken by a small, isolated group of Komi to the north-west of Perm Krai and south of the Komi Republic.

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