INDO

Part of speech:

From Greek Indos, Indian; a combining form, denoting connection with India and the East Indies; as, Indo- China, Indo- European; Indo- Germanic.

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Usage examples "indo":

  1. That the divisions of such an earlier population were, at least, as closely connected with each other as the different members of the so- called Indo- European class, was a reasonable opinion. - "The English Language", Robert Gordon Latham.
  2. After having served valiantly and brilliantly in Indo- China, and then in Morocco, it was with a radiant hope that he set out for the frontier of Lorraine. - "Three French Moralists and The Gallantry of France", Edmund Gosse.
  3. Where conditions permitted, the Soviet rulers have stimulated and aided armed insurrection by communist- led revolutionary forces, as in Greece, Indo- China, the Philippines, and China, or outright aggression by one of their satellites, as in Korea. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.