- Indo-European (no longer current).
Origin of Indo-Germanic
First recorded in 1825–35
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That is, they are both descended from the same Indo-Germanic original.The Romance of Words (4th ed.)
Herein, of course, is expressed the character of Indo-Germanic peoples.Elements of Folk Psychology</p>
The signs of the persons are considered to be eminently Indo-Germanic.
That the Armenian language has Indo-Germanic elements is undoubted.
To this group he reads his paper on the Indo-Germanic Factor.My Discovery of England
- obsolete another term for Indo-European
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