Пичи Принц / Pici Prints — in Beserman language.
Beserman refers to a numerically small Finnic people in Russia. The Russian Empire Census of 1897 listed 10,800 Besermans. There were 10,000 Besermans in 1926, but the Russian Census of 2002 found only 3,122 of them. They live in the districts of Yukamenskoye, Glazov, Balezino, and Yar in the northwest of Udmurtia. There are ten villages of pure Beserman ethnicity in Russia, and 41 villages with a partial Beserman population.
The language of the Beserman (or Besermyan, Biserman, Besermans, Besermens) is a dialect of the Udmurt language with Tatar influences. Although they speak a dialect of Udmurt, the Beserman consider themselves a distinct people.
Some Beserman traditions differ from other Udmurtian customs due to the Islamic influence during the Volga Bulgaria and Khanate of Kazan periods.