Indo-do-Chinese languages

Definition of Indo-do-Chinese languages

In`do-do-Chinese languages
1.A family of languages, mostly of the isolating type, although some are agglutinative, spoken in the great area extending from northern India in the west to Formosa in the east and from Central Asia in the north to the Malay Peninsula in the south.
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individualist
Individualistic
Individuality
Individualization
Individualize
Individualizer
Individually
Individuate
Individuation
Individuator
Individuity
Indivinity
Indivisibility
Indivisible
Indivisibleness
Indivisibly
Indivision
Indo-
Indo-Aryan
Indo-Briton
-Indo-do-Chinese languages-
Indo-English
Indo-European
Indo-Germanic
Indoaniline
Indochinese
Indocibility
Indocible
Indocile
Indocility
Indoctrinate
Indoctrination
Indogen
Indogenide
Indoin
Indole
indoleacetic acid
Indolence
Indolency
Indolent
Indolently
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