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- adjective relating to or denoting the Slavic language family.
- relating to or denoting Slavic people.
- noun the Slavic language family. See also Church Slavonic.
- ORIGIN early 17th century: from medieval Latin S(c)lavonicus, from S(c)lavonia ‘country of the Slavs’, from Sclavus
- see Slav
- noun the liturgical language used in the Orthodox Church in Russia, Serbia, and some other countries.
Old Church Slavonic
- noun the oldest recorded Slavic language, as used by the apostles Cyril and Methodius and surviving in texts from the 9th–12th centuries.
- It is related particularly to the South Slavic languages.
- See also Church Slavonic.
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