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INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGE
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Definitions

  1. The Indo-European languages are a large language family. (Web site)
  2. Indo-European languages are spoken on every continent and by members of every racial group. (Web site)
  3. The Indo-European languages are divided into two groups: Eastern languages, or satem and Western languages, or kontum.

Indo-European Language

  1. Some of the major families are the Indo-European languages, the Afro-Asiatic languages, the Austronesian languages, and the Sino-Tibetan languages. (Web site)
  2. No doubt other Indo-European languages once existed which have now vanished without leaving a trace.
  3. Lexicostatistical data on 95 Indo-European languages or dialects collected by Professor Isidore Dyen of Yale University before 1970.

Languages

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  2. Sorbian (Wendish) belongs to the western branch of the Slavic subfamily of Indo-European languages.
  3. Thieme was also a comparative linguist, studying Iranian and Indo-European languages in general.
  4. Lithuanian is the oldest of the living Baltic tongues and belongs to the family of Indo-European languages. (Web site)
  5. An essay drawing parallels between the Tokharian and the Baltic subfamilies of Indo-European languages.

Branch

  1. It is part of the Satem group of Indo-European languages, which also includes the Iranian branch and the Balto-Slavic branch.
  2. Latin is a part of the Italic branch of Indo-European languages. (Web site)
  3. The Indo-Iranian language group is the major eastern branch of the Indo-European languages. (Web site)
  4. The dative was habitual mid primordial Indo-European languages & has survived to the coeval in the Balto-Slavic branch & the Germanic branch, mid others.
  5. There were no doubt other Indo-European languages which are now lost without a trace.

Languages Spoken

  1. They are most archaic of living Indo-European languages as well. (Web site)
  2. Today, the term is associated with the Indo-European languages known as "Tocharian". (Web site)
  3. Scientific American article on the early history of Indo-European languages.
  4. The spread of Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup R1a1 is possibly associated with the spread of the Indo-European languages.
  5. Tocharian has upset some theories about the relations of Indo-European languages and is revitalizing linguistic studies.

Non-Indo-European Languages

  1. Albanian is a member of the Indo-European languages.
  2. The Proto-Indo-European language (PIE) is the hypothetical common ancestor of the Indo-European languages.
  3. These terms are sometimes applied to verbal nouns of non-Indo-European languages.
  4. They are well represented among the oldest records of Indo-European languages.
  5. The grammar of Interlingua is also still simpler than most Indo-European languages. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Society > Culture > Languages > Indo-European
  2. Language Families
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Culture > Languages
  4. Places > Earth > Continents > Europe
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > History

Subcategories

Germanic Languages (1)
Anatolian Languages
Baltic Languages
Indo-Iranian Languages
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