Voguls


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Voguls

 

the name formerly used in Russia for the Mansi people (until the 1930’s).

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76) If veneration of the bear was merely a means to mitigate the threat from a fierce and frightening beast, then the Ostiaks and Voguls had ways of ensuring that the bear's soul would be destroyed after the hunt.
For centuries, Russian administrators had known and made use of the Ostiak and Vogul practice of swearing oaths on bear pelts, the equivalent to the Christian practice of swearing on the Bible.
Budenz did not even attempt to reconstruct either the conventional Ugric node (Hungarian, Vogul and Ostyak), or the conventional Finno-Ugric node, or those other intermediate nodes which represent a cornerstone of the modern family tree (notice however that the author occasionally mentions the definition "Finno-Ugric", for example in his article of 1869; see quote above).
gyomor is not listed in UEW; the alleged Vogul and Ostyak correspondences are not listed either.