Väike Prints — in Estonian.

Estonian is the official language of Estonia, a small country located in northeastern Europe. It is an Uralic language, which means it is related to languages such as Finnish, Hungarian, and several indigenous languages of Russia.

Estonian is a relatively complex language with fourteen cases and three grammatical genders (masculine, feminine, and neuter). It has a relatively simple sound system with only two vowels, but it makes extensive use of diphthongs, which are combinations of two vowel sounds. Estonian uses the Latin alphabet.

Estonian has a rich literary tradition, with a long history of poetry, prose, and drama written in the language. One of the most famous Estonian writers is Anton Hansen Tammsaare, who wrote a series of novels about rural life in Estonia during the early 20th century.

Today, Estonian is an important language for commerce, government, and education in Estonia. It is also used by the Estonian diaspora in other countries, particularly in Finland, where there is a large population of ethnic Estonians.