One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Relating to or denoting an Indo-European people who invaded northwestern India in the 2nd millennium BC.See Aryan
- ‘A group called Dom belonged to the aboriginal peoples of India but had adopted the Hindu religion and an Indo-Aryan language derived from Sanskrit.’
- ‘The argument is centered on the analysis of the Indo-Aryan myth of a golden age, as recounted in Europe and India from the Enlightenment to the present.’
- ‘This also explains the similarities between Indo-Aryan and Dravidian languages or Persian, Turkish and Hindustani.’
- ‘This one is the oldest of the collections of Indo-Aryan mantras and hymns, dating from about 2000-1700 BCE.’
- ‘In South Asia, Dravidian and Indo-Aryan languages are spoken.’
2Relating to or denoting the group of Indo-European languages comprising Sanskrit and the modern Indian languages that are its descendants.Also called Indic
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