To·char·i·an noun \tō-ˈker-ē-ən,-ˈkär-\
a : a language of central Asia known from documents from the sixth to eighth centuries a.d.
b : a branch of the Indo-European language family containing Tocharian — see indo-european languages table
: a member of a people of presumably Indo-European speech dwelling in central Asia during the first millennium of the Christian era
Variants of TOCHARIAN
To·char·i·an also To·khar·i·an \tō-ˈker-ē-ən,-ˈkär-\
Origin of TOCHARIAN
First Known Use: 1926
Rhymes with TOCHARIAN
, Maid Marian
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