Definition of Rhaeto-Etruscan in English:

Rhaeto-Etruscan

adjective

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  • Of or designating the inhabitants of ancient Rhaetia and Etruria, or their pre-Indo-European language or languages.

noun

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  • A hypothetical pre-Indo-European language, or cluster of pre-Indo-European cognate languages, including Rhaetic and Etruscan.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From classical Latin Rhaetus Rhaetian + -o- + Etruscan [noun].

Pronunciation

Rhaeto-Etruscan

/ˌriːtəʊɪˈtrʌsk(ə)n/