Ìyàtọ̀ láàrin àwọn àtúnyẹ̀wò "Àwọn èdè Índíà-Europe"

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|proto-name = [[Proto-Indo-European language]]
<!-- Examples in parentheses are the top 20 Indo-European languages (see "Ethnologue_list_of_most-spoken_languages"). Please don't change the examples without good reason. -->
|child1 = [[AlbanianÈdè language|AlbanianAlbáníà]]
|child2 = [[Anatolian languages|Anatolian]] <small>(e.g., [[''Hittite'']])</small>
|child3 = [[Armenian language|Armenian]]
|child4 = [[Balto-SlavicÀwọn èdè languages|Balto-SlavicSílàfù]] <small>(e.g., Russian, Lithuanian)</small>
|child5 = [[Celtic languages|Celtic]] <small>(e.g., Irish, Welsh)</small>
|child6 = [[Germanic languages|Germanic]] <small>(e.g., English, German, Swedish)</small>
}}
[[Fáìlì:IndoEuropeanTree.svg|thumb|300px|Indo-Europe]]
'''Awon ede ara India ati Europe''' je [[Language family|ebi]] (tabi ''[[phylum]]'') awon of [[List of Indo-European languages|ede]] bi ogorun to baramu,<ref>It is composed of 449 languages and dialects, according to the 2005 [[Ethnologue]] estimate, about half (219) belonging to the [[Indo-Aryan languages|Indo-Aryan]] sub-branch.</ref> to kopo [[languages of Europe|awon ede Europe]], ti [[Iranian plateau]], ati awon ede [[Languages of South Asia|Apaguusu Asia]], ati bakanna ni [[Anatolia]] ati [[Central Asia|Aarin Asia]].
 
 
 
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