Languapedia is a new online project to explore, classify, and discuss the world's languages. To date, we have catalogued 0 languages, 2 language families, and defined 3 linguistic terms.
The Germanic language family is a branch of the Indo-European group of languages. The common derived ancestry of all Germanic languages is called Proto-Germanic and was spoken in the Iron Age in the areas of northern Europe.
The Indo-European language family is a group of several hundred related languages and dialects.