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Indo-European most commonly refers to a related family of languages in Europe and Asia
Indo-European may refer to various topics related to that family of languages:
- Indo-European migrations
- Indo-European studies, an academic field involving linguistics, anthropology, history, archaeology etc. dealing with the IE language family
- Proto-Indo-European language (abbr. PIE), the reconstructed common ancestor of all Indo-European languages
- Proto-Indo-Europeans, a hypothetical ancient ethnic group speaking the PIE language
- Proto-Indo-European religion, the hypothetical religion of the Proto-Indo-Europeans
- Proto-Indo-European society, the hypothetical society of the Proto-Indo-Europeans
In a different domain, the phrase Indo-European is also used as a synonym of:
- Indo people, people of Dutch East Indies (proto Indonesian) and European descent traditionally named "Indo-Europeans"
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