A language group belonging to the Indo-European language family including
The Germanic languages are a branch of the Indo-European language family, subdivided into North, West and East Germanic.
A language family originating in central Asia around four thousand years ago from Indo-Iranian (an early Indo-European language).
The oldest Indo-Aryan language with a surviving literature is Sanskrit.
A group of several hundred related languages with a common ancestor. These include almost all the languages spoken in Europe and Southern Asia - including Germanic and romance languages.
The North Germanic languages make up one of the three branches of the Germanic languages and include
The ancestor of modern Germanic languages.
The Romance languages are a language family within the Indo-European languages - descending from
The Romance languages include
West Germanic languages
The West Germanic languages are the largest of the branches of the Germanic language family of and include
the Frisian languages,
Low German languages and