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Osco-Umbrian

Osco–Umbrian

noun Os·co–Um·bri·an \ˌäs-kō-ˈəm-brē-ən\

Definition of OSCO-UMBRIAN

:  a subdivision of the Italic branch of the Indo-European language family containing Oscan and Umbrian

Origin of OSCO-UMBRIAN

Latin Oscus + English Umbrian
First Known Use: 1894

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