Indo-European Family of Languages, The ( (table))

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Indo-European Family of Languages, The ( (table))

The Indo-European Family of Languages

 Asterisk indicates a dead language.
The Indo-European Family of Languages
Subfamily Group Subgroup Languages and Principal Dialects
Anatolian     Hieroglypic Hittite, Hittite (Kanesian), Luwian, Lycian, Lydian, Palaic
Baltic     Latvian (Lettish), Lithuanian, Old Prussian
Celtic Brythonic   Breton, Cornish, Welsh
Continental   Gaulish
Goidelic or Gaelic   Irish (Irish Gaelic), Manx, Scottish Gaelic
Germanic East Germanic   Burgundian, Gothic, Vandalic
North Germanic   Old Norse (see Norse), Danish, Faeroese, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish
West Germanic(see Grimm's law) High German German, Yiddish
Low German Afrikaans, Dutch, English, Flemish, Frisian, Plattdeutsch (see German language)
Greek     Aeolic, Arcadian, Attic, Byzantine Greek, Cyprian, Doric, Ionic, Koinē, Modern Greek
Indo-Iranian Dardic or Pisacha   Kafiri, Kashmiri, Khowar, Kohistani, Romani (Gypsy), Shina
Indic or Indo-Aryan   Pali, Prakrit, Sanskrit, Vedic
Central Indic Hindi, Hindustani, Urdu
East Indic Assamese, Bengali (Bangla), Bihari, Oriya
Northwest Indic Punjabi, Sindhi
Pahari Central Pahari, Eastern Pahari (Nepali), Western Pahari
South Indic Marathi (including major dialect Konkani), Sinhalese (Singhalese)
West Indic Bhili, Gujarati, Rajasthani (many dialects)
Iranian   Avestan, Old Persian
East Iranian Baluchi, Khwarazmian, Ossetic, Pamir dialects, Pashto (Afghan), Saka (Khotanese), Sogdian, Yaghnobi
West Iranian Kurdish, Pahlavi (Middle Persian), Parthian, Persian (Farsi), Tajiki
Italic (Non-Romance)   Faliscan, Latin, Oscan, Umbrian
Romance or Romanic Eastern Romance Italian, Rhaeto-Romanic, Romanian, Sardinian
Western Romance Catalan, French, Ladino, Portuguese, Provençal, Spanish
Slavic or Slavonic East Slavic   Belarusian (White Russian), Russian, Ukrainian
South Slavic   Bulgarian, Church Slavonic, Macedonian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovenian
West Slavic   Czech, Kashubian, Lusatian (Sorbian or Wendish), Polabian, Polish, Slovak
Thraco-Illyrian     Albanian, Illyrian, Thracian
Thraco-Phrygian     Armenian, Grabar (Classical Armenian), Phrygian
Tokharian (W China)     Tokharian A (Agnean), Tokharian B (Kuchean)

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