Indo-European family

The Indo-European family consists of 14 language groups and contains around 100 languages, representing the mother tongues of half the world's people. It is the most studied and well-researched language family in the world.

ALBANIAN LANGUAGES
Albanian

ANATOLIC LANGUAGES
Hittitic, Karian, Loewian, Lycian, Palaic

ARMENIAN LANGUAGES
Armenian

BALTIC LANGUAGES
Latvian, Lithuanian, Old Prusian

GERMANIC LANGUAGES
North Germanic group
Danish, Faerøer, Finlandssvenska, Icelandic, Ingveoon, Norwegian, Skånska, Swedish
East Germanic group
Gothic, Krimgotic, Ostrogotic
West Germanic group
Afrikaans, Dutch, English, Flemish, Franconian, Frisian, German, Longobardic, Ripuaric, Saxon, Silesian, Thurian, Upper Saxon, Yiddish,

GREEK LANGUAGES
Cyprian, Greek, Mycenic, Romeyka 

ILLYRIAN LANGUAGES
Illyric

INDO-IRANIAN LANGUAGES
Indic group
Assamese, Bengali, Bhili, Bihari, Garhvali, Gujurati, Gipsy, Hindi, Hindustani, Kashmiri, Kumauni, Lahnda, Maledivian, Marathi, Nepali, Pahari, Prakrit, Punjabi, Rajasthani, Sanskrit, Singalese, Urdu, Vedic
Iranian group
Avestic, Baluchi, Kurdish, Ossetian, Old Persian, Persian, Pushtu, Scytic, Sogdic

ITALIC LANGUAGES
Latin group
Falician, Gaulish Latin, Galloroman, Latin, Messapian, Vulgar Latin
Osco-Umbric group
Oscian, Umbrian
Venetian group
Venetian

CELTIC LANGUAGES
Breton, Brithonic, Cornish, Cumbrian, Gaelic, Gaulish, Irish, Manx, Pictic, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh

ROMANCE LANGUAGES
Anglo-Normandic, Aranés, Brazilian, Castilian, Catalan, Corsican, Dalmatian, French, Friulan, Italian, Ladino, Mozárabe, Portuguese, Provençal, Rhaeto-romanic, Romanian, Sardinian, Walloon

SLAVIC LANGUAGES
East Slavic group
Russian, Ruthanian, Ukrainian, White Russian
West Slavic group
Czech, Kashubian, Moravian, Polabian, Polish, Slovak, Sorbic, Wendic
South Slavic group
Bulgarian, Church Slavic, Croatian, Macedonian, Old Church Slavic, Serbian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovenian

TOCHARIAN LANGUAGES
Tocharian A,B

THRACIAN LANGUAGES
Thracian