What is another word for indo-european?

Pronunciation: [ˈɪndə͡ʊjˌʊ͡əɹəpˈi͡ən] (IPA)

Indo-European is a term used to describe a language family that includes many of the world's most widely spoken languages, including English, Spanish, Russian, Persian, and Hindi. This term is derived from the geographical regions where these languages originated: the Indian subcontinent and Europe. Synonyms for Indo-European include the terms Indoeuropean, Indo-Germanic, and Aryan. Other related terms that may be used in conjunction with Indo-European include Proto-Indo-European, which refers to the ancestral language from which many of these modern languages have evolved, and Indo-Aryan, which specifically refers to the sub-branch of the Indo-European family that includes Hindi, Bengali, and other languages spoken in South Asia.

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What are the hypernyms for Indo-european?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    language family, language group, major language family.

What are the hyponyms for Indo-european?

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