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- proper n. A Finno-Ugric, Sami language spoken by 250 people in northern Finland in the region of Inari lake.
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I wonder why another upper Northern series is not used at all: the over 7,000 years tree ring chronology of Finnish Lapland, which is presented on the walls of the Inari Sami museum North Finland, and extends to 2001.
On the other hand, looking at some of the community sizes of the ones released (e.g. ~600 for Southern Sami, ~2000 for Lule Sami, ~300 for Inari Sami, ~400 for Skolt Sami), this is clearly a case where it isn't about the size, per se.
She wanted to know if we were doing anything special for sorting in the Kildin Sami language when the Inari Sami locale was specified, since it seemed like we were but she couldn't find it in the documentation.