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Pronunciation of Indo-European: Learn how to pronounce Indo-European in English correctly

Learn how to say Indo-European correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word Indo-European:

adjective
denoting, belonging to, or relating to a family of languages that includes English and many other culturally and politically important languages of the world: a characteristic feature, esp of the older languages such as Latin, Greek, and Sanskrit, is inflection showing gender, number, and case
denoting or relating to the hypothetical parent language of this family, primitive Indo-European
denoting, belonging to, or relating to any of the peoples speaking these languages
noun
the Indo-European family of languages
Also called: primitive Indo-European, Proto-Indo-European. the reconstructed hypothetical parent language of this family
a member of the prehistoric people who spoke this language
a descendant of this people or a native speaker of an Indo-European language
Example Sentences Including ‘Indo-European’

A mango marinated in chutney, lemon juice and crushed coriander — and voila, an Indo-European lobster is born.
INDIA TODAY (2000)
It appeared that Indo-European languages had expanded with the spread of agriculture from Anatolia 7800 to 9800 years ago.
NEW ZEALAND HERALD (2003)
Of Teuonic root, this is linked to the Indo-European form which brought both sow and semen.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2004)
Professor Gray said Hittite (an extinct Anatolian language) was the first major language group to branch from the Indo-European trunk.
NEW ZEALAND HERALD (2003)
They appear to have their roots amongst the ancient group of peoples known collectively as Indo-European.
Barrett, Clive THE GODS OF ASGARD