Seto (seto kiil´;[2] Estonian: setu keel) is a dialect of Estonian or a separate language spoken by 12,549 people.[1] It is sometimes identified as a dialect of Võro, or the two are described as one language, Võro-Seto. Setos (setokõsõq) mostly inhabit the area near Estonia's southeastern border with Russia in Setomaa, and are primarily Eastern Orthodox, while Võros (võrokõsõq) are traditionally Lutherans and live in historical Võru County.

Quick facts: Seto, Native to, Region, Ethnicity, Nati...
seto kiil´
Native toEstonia
RegionSouthern Estonia
Native speakers
13,000 (2011 census)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3
South Estonian today. Seto is marked with light red colour.
Percentage of Seto speakers in Estonian municipalities according to the Estonian census 2011.