Balto-Slavic

noun
Bal·to-Slav·ic | \ˌbȯl-(ˌ)tō-ˈslä-vik, -ˈsla-\

Definition of Balto-Slavic 

: a subgroup of Indo-European languages consisting of the Baltic and the Slavic branches — see Indo-European Languages Table

First Known Use of Balto-Slavic

1889, in the meaning defined above

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