Definition of Indo-hittite
1. Noun. The family of languages that by 1000 BC were spoken throughout Europe and in parts of southwestern and southern Asia.
Generic synonyms: Natural Language, Tongue
Specialized synonyms: Pie, Proto-indo European, Albanian, Armenian, Armenian Language, Illyrian, Thraco-phrygian, Balto-slavic, Balto-slavic Language, Balto-slavonic, Germanic, Germanic Language, Celtic, Celtic Language, Italic, Italic Language, Tocharian, Indo-iranian, Indo-iranian Language, Anatolian, Anatolian Language, Greek, Hellenic, Hellenic Language
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indo-hittite
Literary usage of Indo-hittite
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the Canadian Institute by Canadian Institute (1849-1914), Royal Canadian Institute (1895)
"... difficult at times to distinguish from the Indo-Hittite . ... to call out, summon. neda, Indo-Hittite and Siberian vulgar term for wife, from ne, neru, ..."
2. The Book of the Prophet Ezekiel: A New English Translation, with Explanatory by Crawford Howell Toy (1899)
"According to JENSEN the language of the so-called Hittite inscriptions is Indo- HITTITE DEITY. European, an older form of Armenian. Our illustration, from a ..."