Indo-do-Chinese languages
Indo-do-Chinese languages In`do-do-Chinese languages 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. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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