The Moksha-Finnish-Moksha Dictionaries of Neahttadigisánit
Dictionaries for Moksha and Finnish are based on lexical material from a large array of dictionaries and written literature from the 20th and 21th centuries. Initial Finnish translations have been added from the content of the Moksha-Finnish dictionary by Eeva Herrala and Aleksandr Feoktistov at the Universities in Turku and Saransk. Translation work is being continued at the University of Helsinki by Merja Salo with funding from the Kone Foundation.
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