Yurak

Yurak

[yuh-rak]
noun

Origin:
1880–85; < Russian yurák; yur-, akin to Komi jaran Samoyed (compare Mansi jorin, Khanty jarən, jaran, jarγan), with suffix as in Russian permyák Komi, votyák Udmurt (see Votyak)

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