The term Finnish Nations (Finnish: Suomalainen kansat) is the term used for the nations of Finland, Estonia, Ingria, Karelia, East Saamiland (Kola) and Torne, which speak Finno-Lappic languages and are on a personal union under the Romanov royal family (currently, Nikolai V).

As a cultural and historical term, the Finnish Nations are also used to identify West Saamiland (Finnmark), the Permic Federation, Nenetsia, Mordovia, the Komi Republic, Taymyria and Kolyma for their speaking of Uralic languages. Most of these, however, are part of the Uralic Confederation, where the Finnish Nations have an observer seats, and are generally identified as thus.