- Uralic Finno - Ugric Ugric Obugrisch Khanty
The Khanty language ( ханты ясаӈ, chanty jasan ) is the language of chanting (formerly " Ostyaks " ) in Siberia.
Was in 1994 - in an ethnic population of about 28,000 people - about 12,000 speakers yet.
Chan table is part of the Ob-Ugric branch of the Finno -Ugric language family.
The Chan tables breaks - despite the relatively small number of speakers - in four to five very distinctive main dialects and is characterized by an extraordinary richness of vowel phonemes.