salic

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adjective sal·ic \ˈsa-lik\

Definition of salic

  1. :  sialic

Origin and Etymology of salic

by alteration


First Known Use: 1902


Salic

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adjective Sa·lic \ˈsā-lik, ˈsa-\

Definition of Salic

  1. :  of, relating to, or being a Frankish people that settled on the IJssel River early in the fourth century

Variants of salic

less commonly

Salique

\ˈsā-lik, ˈsa-; sa-ˈlēk, sā-\

Origin and Etymology of salic

Middle French or Medieval Latin; Middle French salique, from Medieval Latin Salicus, from Late Latin Salii Salic Franks


First Known Use: circa 1548


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