Synonyms

1. Indo-European_language

noun. the family of languages that by 1000 BC were spoken throughout Europe and in parts of southwestern and southern Asia.

Synonyms

  • Indo-Iranian language
  • Italic language
  • Anatolian
  • Armenian language
  • Hellenic language
  • Germanic language
  • Illyrian
  • Greek
  • PIE
  • Albanian
  • Balto-Slavic
  • Anatolian language
  • Celtic
  • Indo-Hittite
  • Proto-Indo European
  • tongue
  • Armenian
  • Hellenic
  • Balto-Slavic language
  • Tocharian
  • Germanic
  • Thraco-Phrygian
  • Celtic language
  • Italic
  • Indo-European
  • Indo-Iranian
  • Balto-Slavonic

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Rhymes with Proto Indo European

  • epicurean
  • cyclopean
  • tennessean
  • mycenaean
  • maccabean
  • jacobean
  • galilean
  • eritrean
  • caribbean
  • vannguyen
  • protean
  • plebeian
  • crimean
  • sofian
  • shahian
  • mckeone
  • mckeon
  • mcgeean
  • korean
  • fujian
  • boolean
  • treon
  • breon
  • asean
  • aegean
  • achaean
  • vian
  • theon
  • teehan
  • teahan

2. Indo-European

adjective. of or relating to the former Indo-European people.

Synonyms

  • Aryan

Antonyms

  • civilized
  • trained

3. Indo-European

noun. the family of languages that by 1000 BC were spoken throughout Europe and in parts of southwestern and southern Asia.

Synonyms

  • Indo-Iranian language
  • Italic language
  • Anatolian
  • Armenian language
  • Hellenic language
  • Germanic language
  • Illyrian
  • Greek
  • PIE
  • Albanian
  • Balto-Slavic
  • Anatolian language
  • Celtic
  • Indo-Hittite
  • Proto-Indo European
  • tongue
  • Armenian
  • Hellenic
  • Balto-Slavic language
  • Tocharian
  • Germanic
  • Indo-European language
  • Thraco-Phrygian
  • Celtic language
  • Italic
  • Indo-Iranian
  • Balto-Slavonic

4. Indo-European

adjective. of or relating to the Indo-European language family.

5. Indo-European

noun. a member of the prehistoric people who spoke Proto-Indo European.

Synonyms

  • Aryan
  • primitive

6. Indo-Germanic

adjective. of or relating to the Indo-European language family.

Etymology

  • Germanic (English)
  • Germanicus (Latin)
  • Indo- (English)

7. Indo-Iranian

noun. the branch of the Indo-European family of languages including the Indic and Iranian language groups.

Synonyms

  • Indo-Iranian language
  • Indo-Hittite
  • Indo-European
  • Iranian
  • Indic
  • Indo-Aryan
  • Iranian language

8. Indo-Aryan

noun. a branch of the Indo-Iranian family of languages.

Synonyms

  • Indo-Iranian language
  • Prakrit
  • Nepali
  • Sanskrit
  • Sanskritic language
  • Sindhi
  • Indic
  • Indo-Iranian
  • Dardic language
  • Dardic

9. European

noun. a native or inhabitant of Europe.

Synonyms

  • Grecian
  • Celt
  • Czech
  • Luxemburger
  • Langobard
  • sahib
  • Eurafrican
  • Hollander
  • Belorussian
  • Norse
  • Kelt
  • Cyprian
  • Iberian
  • Thracian
  • Saame
  • Irelander
  • Bohemian
  • Briton
  • Dalmatian
  • Dane
  • Welsh
  • Maltese
  • Welshman
  • Teuton
  • Cypriote
  • Icelander
  • Ukranian
  • Hellene
  • Cambrian
  • Liechtensteiner
  • Brit
  • Sami
  • Gibraltarian
  • Roman
  • Swede
  • Saami
  • Yugoslavian
  • inhabitant
  • Monacan
  • Britisher
  • Slovenian
  • Norwegian
  • Latvian
  • Hungarian
  • Irish person
  • Lithuanian
  • Saxon
  • Tyrolean
  • Scotsman
  • German
  • Balkan
  • Yugoslav
  • dweller
  • Jute
  • Spaniard
  • indweller
  • Portuguese
  • Lapp
  • Lapplander
  • Czechoslovakian
  • Magyar
  • Italian
  • Angle
  • San Marinese
  • Austrian
  • Byelorussian
  • denizen
  • Basque
  • Eurasian
  • Andorran
  • Jugoslavian
  • Scotchman
  • Cymry
  • Northman
  • Finn
  • Czechoslovak
  • Norseman
  • Rumanian
  • Greek
  • Albanian
  • White Russian
  • Same
  • Dutchman
  • habitant
  • Scandinavian
  • Netherlander
  • Frenchman
  • Monegasque
  • Bulgarian
  • Luxembourger
  • French person
  • Slovene
  • Slovak
  • Romanian
  • Belgian
  • Frenchwoman
  • Scot
  • Cypriot
  • Cretan
  • Lombard
  • Pole
  • Macedonian
  • Jugoslav

Antonyms

  • inactivation
  • artificial language

Etymology

  • Européen (French)

10. proto

adjective. ['ˈproʊtə'] indicating the first or earliest or original.

Antonyms

  • late
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