The Permian languages are a group of the Uralic language family, spoken in Udmurtia and in the Republic of Komi; after the Hungarian there are from this group, the oldest texts of the Finno -Ugric language family. A altpermjakische written culture existed in the second half of the 14th century ( in the 18th century expired ).
The Permian languages
- Komi komi - permjakisch
- Komi - syrjänisch
By many researchers, it is assumed that komi permjakisch, komi - syrjänisch and yaz'va dialects of a single language, since the classification is based mainly on the stress rule, which is different in the three variants.
The Permian has been separated from the Finnish branch of the language around 2000 BC. It is not clear whether the spin-off took place before the Ugric languages or after. Since the borrowings are available from the Chuvash both in Udmurt and Komi in the variants, it can be assumed that the Permians during the reign of the Volga Bulgarians still formed a unity.