See also: italic
Italic (not comparable)
- Of or relating to the Italian peninsula.
- (Indo-European studies) Pertaining to a subfamily of the Centum branch of the Indo-European language family, that includes Latin and other languages (as Oscan, Umbrian) spoken by the peoples of ancient Italy
- (historical) Pertaining to various peoples that lived in Italy before the establishment of the Roman Empire, or to any of several alphabet systems used by those peoples.
- There were several Italic alphabets, one being the Etruscan alphabet.
of or relating to the Italian peninsula
pertaining to a subfamily of a branch of the Indo-European language family
Osco-Umbrian — see Osco-Umbrian
pertaining to various peoples that lived in Italy
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Proper noun edit
- The Italic family taken as a whole.
- The centum families include Celtic, Germanic, Greek, and Italic.