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Ostrobothnians
Ostrobothnia coat of arms.svg
Coat of arms of the historical province of Ostrobothnia
Regions with significant populations
South, Central and North Ostrobothnia
Languages
Finnish (South, Central and Northern Ostrobothnian dialects)
Religion
Lutheranism (Awakening and Laestadianism)
Related ethnic groups
Other regional subgroups

Ostrobothnians (Finnish: Pohjalaiset) are a subgroup (Heimo) of the Finnish people who live in the historical province of Ostrobothnia in the northwestern parts of Finland.

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Ostrobothnians

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and -eä into -ia and -iä. The stereotypical Ostrobothnian is brave, calm and reliable. Many Ostrobothnians are either Laestadians, or active in the Awakening...

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The Ostrobothnians

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behalf of many Finns, calling The Ostrobothnians "the most substantial work in the whole of Finnish opera". The Ostrobothnians immediately became a fixture...

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Finns

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Ostrobothnia: Ostrobothnians (pohjalaiset) Southern Ostrobothnians (eteläpohjalaiset) Central Ostrobothnians (keskipohjalaiset) Northern Ostrobothnians (pohjoispohjalaiset)...

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South Ostrobothnian dialect

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South Ostrobothnian dialect (Finnish: Etelä-Pohjanmaan murre) is a Western Finnish dialect. It is mainly spoken by the Ostrobothnians in the region of...

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Central and Northern Ostrobothnian dialects

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Central and Northern Ostrobothnian dialects (Finnish: Keski-ja Pohjois-Pohjanmaan murteet) are Western Finnish dialects spoken in Northern and Central...

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Finns proper

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Finland (years 2012-2024), is a Finn proper. Tavastians Baltic Finns Ostrobothnians Palmunen, Lauri (toim.): Varsinais-Suomen käsikirja – Egentliga Finlands...

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Ostrobothnian Plain

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The Ostrobothnian Plain or Pohjanmaa is a large lowland in Finland along the Bothnian Sea being arguably the largest plain in the Nordic countries. The...

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South Ostrobothnia

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Party 0.41% Seven Star Movement 0.37% Other parties 1.87% Ostrobothnians South Ostrobothnian dialect "Luokitus: Maakunnat 2022 | Tilastokeskus". https://www...

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Finnish language

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dialect group South Ostrobothnian dialects Central and North Ostrobothnian dialects Central Ostrobothnian dialects North Ostrobothnian dialects Lappish dialects...

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Leevi Madetoja

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behalf of many Finns, calling The Ostrobothnians "the most substantial work in the whole of Finnish opera". The Ostrobothnians immediately became a fixture...

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Ostrobothnian Museum

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The Ostrobothnian Museum (Finnish: Pohjanmaan museo) is a provincial museum of cultural history, which also serves as provincial art museum and a museum...

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Forest Finns

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diaspora of Finnish people Traditional subgroups or tribes (heimot) Finns proper Tavastians Karelians Savonians Ostrobothnians Kainuu people Diaspora Persons...

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Swedish language

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Swedish Dialects Gotländska mål Götamål Norrländska mål: Östsvenska mål: Ostrobothnian Sveamål Sydsvenska mål Use Alphabet Å Ä Ö Orthography Braille Grammar...

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Tornedalians

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diaspora of Finnish people Traditional subgroups or tribes (heimot) Finns proper Tavastians Karelians Savonians Ostrobothnians Kainuu people Diaspora Persons...

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Finnish tribes

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diaspora of Finnish people Traditional subgroups or tribes (heimot) Finns proper Tavastians Karelians Savonians Ostrobothnians Kainuu people Diaspora Persons...

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Tavastians

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diaspora of Finnish people Traditional subgroups or tribes (heimot) Finns proper Tavastians Karelians Savonians Ostrobothnians Kainuu people Diaspora Persons...

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North Ostrobothnian Nation

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North Ostrobothnian Nation (Finnish: Pohjois-Pohjalainen Osakunta, PPO) is one of the 15 student nations at the University of Helsinki. PPO is Finnish-speaking...

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Old Norse

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nor did certain peripheral dialects of Swedish, as seen in modern Ostrobothnian dialects. Another difference was that Old West Norse lost certain combinations...

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Sweden Finns

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diaspora of Finnish people Traditional subgroups or tribes (heimot) Finns proper Tavastians Karelians Savonians Ostrobothnians Kainuu people Diaspora Persons...

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Freedom of speech

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Act), mainly due to the classical liberal member of parliament and Ostrobothnian priest Anders Chydenius. In a report published in 1776, he wrote: No...

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List of contemporary ethnic groups

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Tornedalians, Ingrian Finns (including Siberian Finns), Savonians, Tavastians, Ostrobothnians, Finnish Karelians, Finland Swedes, and Murmansk Finns, along with significant...

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Plain

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(Norway) Sub-Cambrian peneplain (Nordic countries) Central Swedish lowland Ostrobothnian Plain (Finland) The Fylde (Lancashire, England) Agro Nocerino Sarnese...

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Baltic Finnic peoples

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stayed in the southern side of the Kokemäenjoki river delta; Southern Ostrobothnians: The tribes who stayed on the northern side of the river delta. During...

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Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra

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The Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra (Finnish: Keski-Pohjanmaan Kamariorkesteri) is an ensemble based in Kokkola, Western Finland. When configured as a...

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Kainuu people

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However, the Kainuu wilds were still used by few nomadic Sámi, as well as Ostrobothnians and Karelians, to fish and hunt. Savonians started moving to Kainuu...

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Kven people

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diaspora of Finnish people Traditional subgroups or tribes (heimot) Finns proper Tavastians Karelians Savonians Ostrobothnians Kainuu people Diaspora Persons...

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Vaasa

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as their first language and 24.8% speaking Swedish. The surrounding Ostrobothnian municipalities (such as Korsholm and Malax) have a clear Swedish-speaking...

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Savonian people

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diaspora of Finnish people Traditional subgroups or tribes (heimot) Finns proper Tavastians Karelians Savonians Ostrobothnians Kainuu people Diaspora Persons...

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Finnic languages

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the oldest division is that into Southwestern, Tavastian and Southern Ostrobothnian dialects. Among these, at least the Southwestern dialects have later...

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History of rail transport in Finland

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300 km northwards via Haapamäki and Seinäjoki to Vaasa. The 334 km Ostrobothnian line (Finnish: Pohjanmaan rata) from Seinäjoki to Oulu via Bennäs, Kokkola...

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Bible Belt

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Mika Gissler of the THL has identified the medical districts of the Ostrobothnian regions as the Bible zone, which have distinguished themselves in the...

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Savonian dialects

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Southwest Finnish dialects Rauma dialect South Ostrobothnian dialect Central and Northern Ostrobothnian dialects Tavastian dialects Peräpohjola dialects...

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Klemetti Eerikinpoika

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1570–1595), during which Karelians on one side and Kainuu people and Ostrobothnians on the other waged guerrilla warfare against each other. He participated...

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Swedish dialects in Ostrobothnia

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Ostrobothnian Swedish (Swedish: österbottniska) is a variety of Finland-Swedish, spoken in Finland. Outside the autonomous island province of Åland, which...

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Finnish cuisine

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referring to Åland), is made on southern coast, and in Malax on the Ostrobothnian coast (malaxlimpa). This bread, coloured dark brown, is made from rye...

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Oulujoki

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literally "Oulu River" (Swedish: Ule älv), originally in old Northern Ostrobothnian dialect literally "Flood River".[citation needed] Its origin is Oulujärvi...

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List of Uralic languages

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dialect group Southern Botnian (Ostrobothnian) dialects (Eteläpohjalaiset murteet) Middle and Northern Botnian (Ostrobothnian) dialects (Keski- ja Pohjoispohjalaiset...

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Jaakko Ilkka

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Ilkka (1550s, Ilmajoki – late January, 1597, Isokyrö) was a wealthy Ostrobothnian landowner and leader of the Cudgel War, a 16th-century Finnish peasant...

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Finland under Swedish rule

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Ostrobothnia being largely deserted in the 1580s. Led by Pekka Vesainen, the Ostrobothnians made vengeance trips to Viena Karelia. The war ended in 1595 with the...

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Tavastian dialects

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example, lampaat (sheep, plural) may be lampahat as in many Southern Ostrobothnian dialects and tupaan (illative of tupa) may be tupah similarly to its...

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Stina Ekblad

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1996 for her performance in Pensionat Oskar. Ekblad was born in the Ostrobothnian village of Solf in 1954. The village is nowadays part of the municipality...

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