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Indo- British & World English

(Used commonly in linguistic and ethnological terms) Indian; Indian and ...

Indo-Aryan British & World English

Relating to or denoting an Indo-European people who invaded NW India in the 2nd millennium bc

Indo-China British & World English

The peninsula of SE Asia containing Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Malaya, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam; especially, the part of this area consisting of Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, which was a French dependency (French Indo-China) from 1862 to 1954

Indo-Aryan New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

member of an Indo-European people who invaded NW India in the second millennium bc

Indo-China New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Malaya, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam

Indo-European British & World English

Relating to the family of languages spoken over the greater part of Europe and Asia as far as northern India

Indo-Germanic British & World English

Former term for Indo-European.

Indo-Iranian British & World English

Relating to a subfamily of Indo-European languages spoken in northern India and Iran

Indo-Pacific British & World English

Relating to the Indian Ocean and the adjacent parts of the Pacific

Indo-European New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

family of European and Asian languages or their ancestor

Indo-Iranian New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

subfamily of Indo-European spoken in India and Iran

Indo-Malaysian British & World English

Relating to both India and Malaya, in particular:

Proto-Indo-European British & World English

The lost language from which all Indo-European languages derive

Proto-Indo-European New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

lost source of Indo-European languages

Indo-Malayan in Indo-Malaysian British & World English

Relating to both India and Malaya, in particular:

Indo-Malesian in Indo-Malaysian British & World English

Denoting a major biogeographical region comprising Malesia and East, South, and SE Asia

French Indo-China in Indo-China British & World English

The peninsula of SE Asia containing Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Malaya, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam; especially, the part of this area consisting of Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, which was a French dependency (French Indo-China) from 1862 to 1954


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