Traducción de Indo-European en Español:


indoeuropeo, adj.

Pronunciación ///ˌɪndoʊˌjurəˈpiən/


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    • Thus, Sanskrit, instead of being the mother of all Indo-European languages, became just a branch of their huge family.
    • Bantu, Khoisan, and Indo-European languages are spoken in Botswana.
    • It is an Indo-European language of the Slavonic family.
    • The northern Kurdish minority in Iraq is not Arab but speaks an Indo-European language, and its religious tendencies are seldom fundamentalist.
    • First, consider the Indo-European language family, almost everyone's favorite source of illustrations of how languages are related.
    • In the early nineteenth century, language historians identified German as a member of the Germanic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages.
    • Nearly all Brazilians speak Portuguese, a Romance language, belonging to the Indo-European language family.
    • It is not of Semitic origin nor an Arab or Persian dialect, but a distinct language from the Indo-European family.
    • Europe shows a remarkable linguistic homogeneity, with most of the populations speaking languages belonging to the Indo-European family.
    • They speak Tibeto-Burman languages and are also conversant in Indo-European languages, such as Hindi or Assamese.
    • The Kurdish minority of northern Iraq speaks an Indo-European language very different from the Semitic language of Arabic.
    • Even this limited sample shows the inter-relatedness of all the languages in the above columns, which are all of the Indo-European language family.
    • Gypsies speak Romany, an Indic language of the Indo-European language family.
    • Another misconception is that Iranians are Arabs, when most Iranians are Persians who speak Farsi, an Indo-European language, which uses Arabic script.
    • For over 200 years linguists have debated when - and by whom - the Indo-European group of languages began to be spread across Europe and Asia.
    • The Croats speak Croatian, a South Slavic language of the Indo-European family.
    • Written Persian is transcribed by a modified version of Arabic script, even though Persian is a member of the Indo-European family of languages.
    • Most Indian languages belong to the Indo-European or Dravidian families.


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    indoeuropeo masculino
    • Jones identified the connections between Sanskrit and Latin and Greek, and first proposed that they all derived from a single language, Indo-European.
    • The tree describes the passage from unity to diversity: one tree, with many branches: from Indo-European, to dozens of different languages.
    • This would mean that ancestral Indo-European arose in 8100 B.B., plus or minus 1,900 years, considerably earlier than previous estimates of about 4000 B.C.
    • In English, the roots of many words can be found in Latin and Greek and in the language that most likely predated them, called Indo-European.
    • In 1786 he identified similarities or ‘affinities’ between Latin, Greek and Sanskrit, which eventually led to the parent language hypothesis of Indo-European.