Daily words
kīerlimi adj
(a) käänuline ▫ līkumains ♦ kīerlimi jo’ug käänuline jõgi ▫ līkumaina upe (b) tujukas ▫ untumains, gražīgs

kuolm|jaļgi adj
 kolmejalgne ▫ trīskāju, trīskājains

linā|je’ngõz s
 lina kiud ▫ linšķiedra

This portal was created by Līvõ Kultūr sidām (The Livonian Culture Centre) and offers a wide range of information on the Livonians, their culture, language, and history. Here you can discover the places the Livonians have lived, their cultural monuments, the location of their most important archives, and also about new Livonian-related events and exhibitions. You can learn about Livonian traditional and contemporary culture as well as become acquainted with their community organisations and most important personalities. The UL Livonian Institute section contains information about this institution as well as Livonian-Estonian-Latvian dictionary which is updated on an ongoing basis and which is supplemented with word forms and data from the Livonian language corpus. This section also contains the Livonian place name list, a list of Livonian borrowings in Latvian, and other resources for learning about and studying Livonian. The Library section contains a collection of articles, links, and videos on Livonian topics grouped by category.

We wish you success learning about Livonian culture!

1217 – in the battle near Viljandi, Kaupo, the Liv leader was killed.
2001 – in Krimulda a memorial sign to Kaupo was opened.
1926 – Ārija Mauriņa, a lifelong conductor of the Liv singing group Līvlist was born. Died in 2006.
1735 – Friedrich Christian Ludwig, a pastor, author of the Liv-German dictionary was born. Died in 1811.
1884 – Didrõk Volganski (Vālgamā, Valgums), a poet, chairman of the Liv Union was born. Died in 1968.