Komi

[n] - a member of a Finnish people living in the northwestern Urals in Russia 2. [n] - the Finnic language spoken by the Komi people
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Komi

Member of a Finnish people living mainly in the tundra and coniferous forests of the autonomous republic of Komi in the northwestern Urals, Russia. They raise livestock, grow timber,...
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Komi

Zyrian noun the Finnic language spoken by the Komi
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Komi

a Permic-speaking people living mainly between the Pechora and Vychegda rivers, southeast of the White Sea, in the northern European area of Russia. ... [3 related articles]
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Komi

republic in northwestern Russia. Syktyvkar (q.v.) is the capital. The republic extends from the crest line of the Northern Urals on the east to the ...
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Komi

Komi (kō'mē, kô'–) , Finnic people of the northeastern part of European Russia. There are two traditional branches of the Komi—Zyrians and Permyaks. The Zyrians are now officially called Komi and make up over half of the population. The Permyaks are now called K...
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Komi

The Komi are a Finnish people living mainly in the tundra and coniferous forests of the autonomous republic of
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Komi

(republic) Republic in the northwestern Russian Federation; area 415,900 sq km/160,579 sq mi; population (1996) 1,185,000 (74% urban) (58% Russian, 23% Komi). The capital is Syktyvkar and Vorkuta is another city. The republic is partly in the Arctic Circle and is largel...
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KOMI

Shapes of tang ends.
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Komi

[restaurant] Komi is a Washington, D.C., restaurant operated by Chef Johnny Monis. It is located at 1509 17th St. NW, near Dupont Circle, and serves Italian- and Greek-influenced dishes. In April 2007, Food & Wine magazine named Johnny Monis one of the F&W 2007 Best New Chefs . ...
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