Indo-Iranian languages

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Eastern Europe, Southwest Asia, South-central Asia
Linguistic classification: Indo-European
  • Indo-Iranian
Proto-language: Proto-Indo-Iranian
ISO 639-5: iir
Indo-European branches map.png
The approximate present-day distribution of the Indo-European branches of Europe and Asia:      Indo-Iranian

The Indo-Iranian languages are a language family inside of the Indo-European languages. Originally they were spoken in South-central Asia. They are the largest Indo-European language subfamily.

A basic chart of the Indo-Iranic language family

List of Indo-Iranian languages[change | change source]

Indo-Aryan languages[change | change source]

See: Indo-Aryan languages

Iranian languages[change | change source]

See: Iranian languages