Anatolian n : an extinct branch of the Indo-European family of languages known from inscriptions and important in the reconstruction of Proto-Indo European [syn: Anatolian language]
- Of or pertaining to Anatolia or its people, culture etc
- A native or inhabitant of Anatolia
- Any of the languages of Anatolia
Anatolian means of or pertaining to Anatolia (in what is now Turkey), or a person from Anatolia, including:
- Anatolian Black, a breed of cattle.
- Anatolian buffalo, a domestic animal of Anatolia.
- Anatolian bump, a possible racial feature of Anatolia and elsewhere.
- Anatolian leopard, a wild animal of Anatolia.
- Anatolian Rock Lizard, a reptile native to Anatolia.
- Anatolian Shepherd Dog, an ancient breed of dog from Anatolia.
- Anatolian Tigers, Anatolian cities that experience impressive economic growth.
- Anatolian High School, a type of Turkish educational institution.
- Anatolian Bulgarians, ethnic Bulgarians formerly in Anatolia.
- Anatolian Turkish Beyliks, medieval Turkish principalities in Anatolia.
- Anatolian hieroglyphs, a Luwian script of central Anatolia.
- Anatolian hypothesis, the theory that Proto-Indo-European arose in Anatolia.
- Anatolian languages, a group of extinct languages once spoken in Anatolia.