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'''Kalman''' (''A Kal Prete'', /ä käl ˈpre.te/) is an Eastern Hedretic language in the Hedretic language family. It is written in the North Hedretic script.
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'''Kalman''' (''A Kal Prete'', /ä käl ˈpre.te/) is an Eastern Hedretic language in the Hedretic language family. It is written in the North Hedretic (or ''Mansi'') script.
 
Its vocabulary has been influenced by Urkazi languages (a common feature to Eastern Hedretic languages), as well as Temay and, more heavily, Old Juhash due to [[Korihim]]'s period of Mahavic horde rule.
 
Its vocabulary has been influenced by Urkazi languages (a common feature to Eastern Hedretic languages), as well as Temay and, more heavily, Old Juhash due to [[Korihim]]'s period of Mahavic horde rule.
  

Revision as of 04:59, 28 May 2019

Kalman
A Kal Prete
a kal prete
Pronunciation/ä käl ˈpre.te/
RegionEast Miraria
EthnicityKorihimi
Native speakers2.6 million  (no date)
Language family
Hedretic
  • Hedro-Urkazian
    • Kalman
Early forms:
Proto-Hedretic
  • Proto-Eastern-Hedretic
    • Old Kalman
      • Middle Kalman
        • Kalman
Writing systemMansi script
Official status
Official language inKorihim
Regulated byKalman Institute at En Ajan University
CWS codeLKN

Kalman (A Kal Prete, /ä käl ˈpre.te/) is an Eastern Hedretic language in the Hedretic language family. It is written in the North Hedretic (or Mansi) script. Its vocabulary has been influenced by Urkazi languages (a common feature to Eastern Hedretic languages), as well as Temay and, more heavily, Old Juhash due to Korihim's period of Mahavic horde rule.

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