It is from this strong external and internal resemblance, these languages have received the appellation of the Indo-Germanic.
That is, they are both descended from the same Indo-Germanic original.
Such an ordeal was very similar to the sword-oath, at least among Indo-Germanic peoples.
The signs of the persons are considered to be eminently Indo-Germanic.
In the Indo-Germanic languages no one can say what the meaning of the earliest suffixes was.
The outermost lines are coterminous with those of the great race which is called Indo-Germanic.
This seems to have been the prevalent notion among Semitic as well as Indo-Germanic peoples.
Modern speculations (mainly corollaries of Indo-Germanic theory) add little of value to the Greek accounts quoted above.
The Indo-Germanic races, on the other hand, have naturally inclined to colonization from early times on.
But even among Indo-Germanic peoples interment was originally universal.