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Thraco-Phrygian

[ threy-koh-frij-ee-uhn ]
/ ˌθreɪ koʊˈfrɪdʒ i ən /
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noun

a hypothetical branch of Indo-European implying a special genetic affinity between the meagerly attested Thracian and Phrygian languages.

adjective

of, belonging to, or pertaining to Thraco-Phrygian.

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Origin of Thraco-Phrygian

Thraco- (<Greek Thrāiko-, combining form of Thrā́ikē Thrace) + Phrygian

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British Dictionary definitions for Thraco-Phrygian

Thraco-Phrygian
/ (ˌθreɪkəʊˈfrɪdʒɪən) /

noun

a branch of the Indo-European family of languages, all members of which are extinct except for Armenian

adjective

relating to or belonging to this group of languages

Word Origin for Thraco-Phrygian

from Thraco-, from Greek Thraikē Thrace; see Phrygian
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