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1Indo–European

adjective In·do–Eu·ro·pe·an \ˌin-dō-ˌyr-ə-ˈpē-ən\

: of or relating to a group of languages that includes many of the languages spoken in Europe, in the parts of the world colonized by Europeans, and in parts of Asia

Full Definition of INDO-EUROPEAN

:  of, relating to, or constituting the Indo-European languages

First Known Use of INDO-EUROPEAN

1813

2Indo–European

noun

Definition of INDO-EUROPEAN

1
a :  a member of the people speaking an unrecorded prehistoric language from which the Indo-European languages are descended
b :  this language

First Known Use of INDO-EUROPEAN

1832

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