Thraco-Illyrian

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Thra·co-Illyrian | \¦thrā(ˌ)kō+\

Definition of Thraco-Illyrian 

: of, relating to, or constituting a supposed subfamily of Indo-European languages comprising Thracian, Illyrian, and Albanian

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History and Etymology for Thraco-Illyrian

thraco- (from Greek thraiko-, from Thraikē Thrace + Greek -o-) + illyrian

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