|Birthplace:||Eivere, Paide, Järvamaa|
|Death:||Died in Sevurallag, Sverdlovski oblast, Russia|
Son of Jüri Muuk, III and Mari Muuk, 2
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About Elmar Muuk
Elmar Muuk (26 December 1901 – 20 November 1941) was an Estonian linguist and author of a number of dictionaries and textbooks of the Estonian language, and was, together with Mihkel Veske and Johannes Aavik, responsible for development of Estonian as a modern European language. He was arrested by NKVD on 14 June 1941 in Tallinn and died in imprisonment in Sverdlovsk oblast.
Elmar Muuk (26. detsember 1901 Eivere küla, Järvamaa – 20. november 1941 Sevurallag, Sverdlovski oblast) oli eesti keeleteadlane. Võttis osa Vabadussõjast. NKVD arreteeris ta 14. juunil 1941.