Origin of Indo-European
Related formsnon-In·do-Eu·ro·pe·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for indo-european
And the Latin mātrīx for “womb” comes from the same Indo-European root that gives us the English “mother.”
No other branch of the Indo-European stock has experienced an isolated evolution like this.A History of Sanskrit Literature|Arthur A. MacDonell
Indo-European is treated as preceding and different from all its descendants, a single uniform speech without dialects.
Nay, more—it altered the name of the class; which was now called, as it has been since, Indo-European.Man and His Migrations|R. G. (Robert Gordon) Latham
We start with stems or themes, by which are meant words of two or Forms of Indo-European grammar.
He sees in this the first stage of the Indo-European movement which was to sweep eastward as far as India.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler