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Pre-Indo-European

The word Pre-Indo-European is the 420.185th most frequent word in the English vocabulary and appears 26 times in the reference corpus. The part of speech is adjective. These are sample sentences of the word in full sentences: "Theories of "Pre-Indo-European" ..."¹ "... assumed to have been Pre-Indo-European."² "How many Pre-Indo-European languages existed is not known."³ Backwards its written naeporuE-odnI-erP. The MD5 sum is a0f862440e82419f56639432c4249544 and the SHA1 hash is 9cc506c29bd42da6d452809762d669503014e867.

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word name: Pre-Indo-European


part of speech: adjective


typical left word neighbours: a and the of


typical right word neighbours: neolithic languages elements language population




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