Väiku Printś — in Võro.

Võro language (Võro kiil / Võru keel) is the language spoken in South Estonia. This language belongs to the Finnic branch of the Uralic language family. Governmentally, it has been considered a dialect of the Estonian language along with all varieties of South Estonian. However, many linguists consider South Estonian to be an independent Finnic language.

Võro has its own literary standard and efforts have been undertaken to seek official recognition as an indigenous regional language of Estonia.

Võro has roughly 75000 speakers (Võros), mostly in southeastern Estonia, in the eight parishes of the historical Võru County: Karula, Harglõ, Urvastõ, Rõugõ, Kanepi, Põlva, Räpinä and Vahtsõliina. These parishes are currently centred (due to redistricting) in Võru and Põlva counties, with parts extending into Valga and Tartu counties. Speakers can also be found in the cities of Tallinn and Tartu and the rest of Estonia.