Indo-Aryan definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, regarding, or being an associate of an Indic-speaking people.
    • Of or relating to the Indic part of Indo-European.
    • Of or related to Indo-Aryan languages and folks.
    • Pertaining to the Indo-Aryans, or designating, or of, the Aryan languages of India.
    • of or concerning the former Indo-European people
  • noun:
    • A member of an Indic-speaking people.
    • See Indic.
    • A speaker of Indo-Aryan languages.
    • an associate of 1 regarding the local events of Asia of Aryan speech and blood, characterized by tall stature, dolichocephaly, fair complexion with dark tresses and eyes, plentiful beard, and thin and prominent nose.
    • a branch of this Indo-Iranian family of languages
  • proper-noun:
    • A branch of Indo-Iranian and thus Indo-European language household, with a total amount of local speakers of greater than 900 million, mainly in Asia.
  • others:
    • Of or with respect to the Indic division regarding the Aryan family members.

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