Results for: Proto-indo-european-language

Is Hebrew an indo-european language?

Not at all. It is Semitic like Arabic, specifically Canaanite likePhoenician or Ugaritic (both extinct and historically spoken in thePalestine, Lebanon region. Hebrew has borr (MORE)

What are the 8 branches of the Indo-European language family?

Indo-European has 9 living branches and 3 extinct branches. The living branches are: Albanian Armenian Baltic Celtic Germanic Greek Indo-Iranian Italic Slavic
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Is Navajo an Indo-European language?

Navajo is not Indo-European. It is an Athabascan language. There  is Northern, Southern and Pacific Athabascan. There are about 31  northern, 7 pacific and 7 southern. Navaj (MORE)

What languages are not Indo-European?

Most of the languages of the world are NOT Indo-European (more than 6000 languages). They can't all be listed here. Here is a partial list Achi', Rabinal Ainu Akateko (MORE)