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- proper n. a proposed branch within the Indo-European language family, of which the Thraco-Dacian and Illyrian branches are sub-branches.
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The ancient Thraco-Illyrian race which inhabited the district between the
Thraco-Illyrian speech, affords an interesting study to philologists.
Thraco-Illyrian population of the interior had been romanized and spoke
If Mr. Buxton were to encounter one of those pretty lawless Karakačan nomads, who from the Monastir district wander all over the Balkans, his recognition of the man's Roman and Thraco-Illyrian descent would be facilitated by the permanent cheesy odour which pervades his person.
The Bulgarian language, the south-eastern Serbian dialects, as well as Roumanian and Albanian, have certain grammatical peculiarities, through being influenced by the language of the Romanized Thraco-Illyrian peoples with whom they merged.