Indo-aryan definition

ĭndō-ârē-ən, -ăr-
Of or relating to the Indic branch of Indo-European.
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A member of an Indic-speaking people.
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A group of languages making up the Indic branch, Indo-Iranian subfamily, of the Indo-European language family, including Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, and most of the other languages of N India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
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Designating or of Indo-Aryan.
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Of or pertaining to Indo-Aryan languages and people.
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A speaker of Indo-Aryan languages.
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A branch of Indo-Iranian and thus Indo-European language family, with a total number of native speakers of more than 900 million, chiefly in India.
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Of, relating to, or being a member of an Indic-speaking people.
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(rare) A native speaker of any of these languages.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
indo-aryan
Plural:
indo-aryans