Indo-Uralic

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Etymology[edit]

Indo- +‎ Uralic

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Indo-Uralic (comparative more Indo-Uralic, superlative most Indo-Uralic)

  1. Of or relating to both the Indo-European and the Uralic languages; especially, of or pertaining to a proposed language family containing both the Indo-European and the Uralic languages.
    • 2007, Carlos Quiles, A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Indo-European Association, →ISBN, page 38:
      Perhaps the most widely accepted proposal is of an Indo-Uralic family, encompassing PIE and Proto-Uralic.
    • 2008, Adam Hyllested, “Internal reconstruction vs. external comparison: the case of the Indo-Uralic laryngeals”, in Jens Elmegård Rasmussen and Thomas Olander (editors), Internal Reconstruction in Indo-European: Methods, Results, and Problems, Museum Tusculanum Press (2009), →ISBN, page 111.

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Indo-Uralic

  1. The Indo-Uralic languages: a proposed language family containing both the Indo-European and the Uralic languages.
    • 2007, Carlos Quiles, A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Indo-European Association, →ISBN, page 39:
      Other proposals, further back in time (and correspondingly less accepted), model PIE as a branch of Indo-Uralic with a Caucasian substratum; []

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