[in-doh-hit-ahyt] /ˈɪn doʊˈhɪt aɪt/
a language family in which Proto-Anatolian and Proto-Indo-European are considered coordinate.
Compare (def 2).
the Indo-European family of languages: used by scholars who regard Hittite not as a branch of Indo-European but as a related language
[in-doh-i-rey-nee-uh n, -i-rah-, -ahy-rey-] /ˈɪn doʊ ɪˈreɪ ni ən, -ɪˈrɑ-, -aɪˈreɪ-/ noun 1. a branch of the Indo-European family of languages, including the Indic and Iranian subgroups. adjective 2. of or belonging to Indo-Iranian. adjective 1. of or relating to the Indic and Iranian branches of the Indo-European family of languages noun 2. this group […]
indolaceturia in·dol·ac·e·tu·ri·a (ĭn’dō-lās’ĭ-tur’ē-ə, -tyur’-) n. Excessive amount of indoleacetic acid in the urine.
[in-dohl] /ˈɪn doʊl/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a colorless to yellowish solid, C 8 H 7 N, having a low melting point and a fecal odor, found in the oil of jasmine and clove and as a putrefaction product from animals’ intestines: used in perfumery and as a reagent. /ˈɪndəʊl/ noun 1. a white or yellowish […]
[in-dohl-uh-see-tik, -set-ik, in-] /ˈɪn doʊl əˈsi tɪk, -ˈsɛt ɪk, ˌɪn-/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. a crystalline, water-insoluble powder, C 10 H 9 NO 2 , a natural plant hormone, used especially for stimulating growth and root formation in plant cutting. /ˌɪndəʊləˈsiːtɪk; -ˈsɛtɪk/ noun 1. an auxin that causes elongation of the cells of plant stems. Formula: […]