Indo–European languages

noun plural

Definition of Indo–European languages

  1. :  a family of languages comprising those spoken in most of Europe and in the parts of the world colonized by Europeans since 1500 and also in Persia, the subcontinent of India, and some other parts of Asia

1843

First Known Use of indo–european languages

1843


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