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Indo-European languages are a major language family of Europe, the Middle East and South Asia, thought to have originated, according to the Kurgan hypothesis, on the Eurasian Pontic steppe.

Indo-European may also refer to various topics related to this family of languages:

The term has also been used as a synonym for:

  • Indo people, people of Dutch East Indies and European descent

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