[ oo-gree-uhn, yoo- ]
/ ˈu gri ən, ˈyu- /
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denoting or pertaining to an ethnological group including the Magyars and related peoples of western Siberia.
a member of any of the Ugrian peoples.
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Words nearby Ugrian
ugly, Ugly American, ugly as sin, ugly customer, ugly duckling, Ugrian, Ugric, ugsome, uh, Uhde, UHF
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How to use Ugrian in a sentence
We must expect to find things just a little more Ugrian than aught else.
If this were not the case, then was the name native, and the Roxolani were Ugrian.
The inferences from all this are enormous extension and subsequent displacement of the Ugrian family.
The eastern part of Minsk, on the strength of the word Narym is considered to have been Ugrian.
North and east of Tambov the original Ugrian population is no longer a matter of inference.
British Dictionary definitions for Ugrian
/ (ˈuːɡrɪən, ˈjuː-) /
of or relating to a light-haired subdivision of the Turanian people, who include the Samoyeds, Voguls, Ostyaks, and Magyars
a member of this group of peoples
another word for Ugric
Word Origin for Ugrian
C19: from Old Russian Ugre Hungarians
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