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Finnish and Telugu Speaking countries

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1 Countries
1.1 Countries
European Union, Finland
Andra Pradesh, India, Telangana, Yanam
1.2 Total No. Of Countries
Spanish Speakin..
2
Rank: 13 (Overall)
4
Rank: 11 (Overall)
Bhojpuri Speaking Countries
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1.3 National Language
Estonia, Finland, Norway, Russia, Sweden
Andra Pradesh, India
1.4 Second Language
Estonia
Karnataka
1.5 Speaking Continents
Asia, Europe
Asia
1.6 Minority Language
Republic of Karelia, Russian Federation, Sweden
Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Odisha, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu
1.7 Regulated By
Institute for the Languages of Finland
Telugu Academy and Official Language Commission of Government of Andhra Pradesh
1.8 Interesting Facts
  • Finnish language has adopted many words from Iranian, Turkic, Baltic, Germanic and Slavic languages.
  • In Finnish language, there are no articles or grammatical gender.
  • Telugu is the only language in the Eastern world that has every single word that ends with a vowel sound. Telugu language is called "Italian of the East".
  • Telugu is one of the oldest language in India which is 2,400 years old.
1.9 Similar To
Estonian and Livonian Languages
Tamil
1.10 Derived From
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Sanskrit Language

Finnish vs Telugu Countries

Comparing Finnish vs Telugu countries gives you idea about number of countries that speak Finnish and Telugu languages.

So we find that, total number of countries where Finnish is official language is 2 whereas total number of countries where Telugu is official language is 4

Find if Finnish and Telugu are Most Spoken Languages. Comparison of Finnish and Telugu speaking countries will give you the presence of Finnish and Telugu languages in different countries. Along with Finnish vs Telugu countries, you can also compare Finnish vs Telugu.

Finnish and Telugu as Minority Language

In Finnish and Telugu speaking countries you will get the countries which have Finnish and Telugu as minority language. The language which is spoken by minority of population in the country is called as minority language.

  • Finnish as minority language: Republic of Karelia, Russian Federation, Sweden.
  • Telugu as minority language: Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Odisha, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu.

If you want to compare Finnish and Telugu dialects, then you can go to Finnish vs Telugu Dialects. Some of the official languages are also considered as minority languages.

Finnish and Telugu Regulators

Finnish and Telugu speaking countries provide you Finnish and Telugu regulators which are the official organizations that regulate them. Institute for the Languages of Finland regulates Finnish language.Telugu is regulated by Telugu Academy and Official Language Commission of Government of Andhra Pradesh. Also get to learn, Finnish and Telugu Language History.

Finnish and Telugu Continents

Thinking about Finnish and Telugu continents in which Finnish and Telugu speaking countries are present. Check out more information on Finnish and Telugu. Most of the Finnish speaking countries lie in Asia, Europe. While Telugu speaking countries lie in Asia. Continentwise, most of the languages belong to Asian Languages and African Languages. It's always fun to know about interesting facts of any language, so lets discuss about unknown facts of Finnish and Telugu languages:

Finnish Interesting Facts:

  • Finnish language has adopted many words from Iranian, Turkic, Baltic, Germanic and Slavic languages.
  • In Finnish language, there are no articles or grammatical gender.

Telugu Interesting Facts:

  • Telugu is the only language in the Eastern world that has every single word that ends with a vowel sound. Telugu language is called "Italian of the East".
  • Telugu is one of the oldest language in India which is 2,400 years old.

The Finnish language was derived from Not Available and is similar to Estonian and Livonian Languages whereas Finnish language is similar to Tamil and derived from Sanskrit Language.