The Finnic peoples enshrined their faith in the ballads collected under the name of the Kalevala.
But the whole course of reasoning is based upon false premises, for the Hungarians are most assuredly not of Finnic origin.
Professor Schiefner gives a Finnic variation of the same story.
In no Finnic tribe—perhaps in no other tribe in the world,—is fiery red hair so common as amongst the Votiaks.
But I am willing to admit that the Turcomannic tribes were, indeed, as is supposed, of Finnic origin.
Yet further east and north the Finnic races looked out on a land of forest and waters, of mists and winds.
The hypothesis of an aboriginal Finnic population in Britain and elsewhere.
The Bulgarians are of interest because of their traditional Finnic origin and subsequent Europeanization.
On the other hand, Mainof, best of authority, confirms the same tendency among those of Finnic descent.