Palaic

1. noun
extinct Indo-European language belonging to Anatolian branch, attested in cuneiform tablets in Bronze Age Hattusa.
of or pertaining to Palaic language or its speakers

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  • Palaic — ISO 639 3 Code : plq ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Ancient …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • palaic — pa·la·ic …   English syllables

  • Palaic — noun an Anatolian language • Hypernyms: ↑Anatolian, ↑Anatolian language …   Useful english dictionary

  • Palaic language — Infobox Language name=Palaic nativename familycolor=Indo European region=Anatolia extinct=around 1300 BC fam2=Anatolian iso2= iso3=plq notice=nonoticePalaic is an extinct Indo European language, attested in cuneiform tablets in Bronze Age Hattusa …   Wikipedia

  • Palaic language —       one of the ancient Anatolian languages, Palaic was spoken in Palā, a land located to the northwest of Hittite territory and across the Halys (now the Kızıl (Kızıl River)) River. The resemblance of Palā to the later place names Blaëne… …   Universalium

  • Anatolian languages — Branch of the Indo European language family spoken in Anatolia in the 2nd–1st millennia BC. The attested Anatolian languages are Hittite, Palaic, Luwian (Luvian), Hieroglyphic Luwian, Lycian, and Lydian. Hittite, by far the most copiously… …   Universalium

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  • Le Palais-sur-Vienne — Lu Palaiç …   Wikipedia Español

  • Anatolia — /an euh toh lee euh/, n. a vast plateau between the Black and the Mediterranean seas: in ancient usage, synonymous with the peninsula of Asia Minor; in modern usage, applied to Turkey in Asia. Cf. Asia Minor. * * * or Asia Minor Turkish Anadolu… …   Universalium

  • epigraphy — epigraphist, epigrapher, n. /i pig reuh fee/, n. 1. the study or science of epigraphs or inscriptions, esp. of ancient inscriptions. 2. inscriptions collectively. [1850 55; EPIGRAPH + Y3] * * * ▪ historiography Introduction  the study of written… …   Universalium

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