Proto-Japonic

1. noun
The hypothetical ancestral language of both modern Japanese and the Ryukyuan languages.
Of or related to the Proto-Japonic language.

a Proto-Japonic word

Syn: Proto-Japanese, Proto-Japanese-Ryukyuan

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