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In•do-Eu•ro•pe•an



Pronunciation: (in'dō yoor"u-pē'un), [key]
n.
1. a large, widespread family of languages, the surviving branches of which include Italic, Slavic, Baltic, Hellenic, Celtic, Germanic, and Indo-Iranian, spoken by about half the world's population: English, Spanish, German, Latin, Greek, Russian, Albanian, Lithuanian, Armenian, Persian, Hindi, and Hittite are all Indo-European languages. Cf. family (def. 14).
2. Proto-Indo-European (def. 1).
3. a member of any of the peoples speaking an Indo-European language.

adj.
1. of or belonging to Indo-European.
2. speaking an Indo-European language: an Indo-European people.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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