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See also: allophylic


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Ancient Greek ἄλλος (állos, other) + φυλή (phulḗ, tribe, lineage) +‎ -ic.


Allophylic (not comparable)

  1. Relating to a race or a language neither Aryan nor Semitic.
    • 1928, Collier's New Encyclopedia
      According to Dr. Prichard, the Celts are of Eastern origin, belonging to the great Indo-European family. They arrived before the Teutons from the regions on the Oxus, and from Media, and penetrated through the Allophylic races []