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Slavonic

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adjective Sla·von·ic \slə-ˈvä-nik\

Definition of Slavonic

  1. :  slavic



Origin of slavonic

New Latin slavonicus, from Medieval Latin Sclavonia, Slavonia, the Slavic-speaking countries, from Sclavus Slavic


First Known Use: circa 1645


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Slavonic

noun Sla·von·ic

Definition of Slavonic



1668

First Known Use of slavonic

1668


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