Old Church Slavonic

Old Church Slavonic
noun see Old Church Slavic

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Old Church Slavonic — n. the South Slavic language used in the 9th cent. Bible translation by Saint Cyril and his brother, Saint Methodius, and still used as a liturgical language (now called Church Slavonic) by Orthodox Slavs but extinct as a vernacular: also called… …   English World dictionary

  • Old Church Slavonic — noun the Slavic language into which the Bible was translated in the 9th century • Syn: ↑Old Church Slavic, ↑Church Slavic, ↑Old Bulgarian • Hypernyms: ↑Slavic, ↑Slavic language, ↑Slavonic, ↑Slavonic language …   Useful english dictionary

  • Old Church Slavonic — Old′ Church′ Slavon′ic (or Slav′ic) n. peo the oldest attested Slavic language, extant in a group of manuscripts written before c1100, largely scripture and liturgical translations that were the outcome of Cyril and Methodius s mission to the… …   From formal English to slang

  • Old Church Slavonic — the oldest attested Slavic language, an ecclesiastical language written first by Cyril and Methodius in a Bible translation of the 9th century and continued in use for about two centuries. It represents the South Slavic, Bulgarian dialect of 9th… …   Universalium

  • Old Church Slavonic — noun The first literary and liturgical Slavic language. Syn: Old Bulgarian, Old Church Slavic, Old Macedonian, Old Slavic, Old Slavonic …   Wiktionary

  • Old Church Slavonic — noun the extinct language (South Slavic) preserved in religious texts of the Russian Orthodox Church. Also, Old Church Slavic …   Australian English dictionary

  • 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 …   English new terms dictionary

  • Old Church Slavonic in Romania — Old Church Slavonic was the main language used for liturgical and administrative purposes by the Romanians until the 18th century, being still used in the Orthodox Church until mid 19th century. Characteristics The language, while based on Old… …   Wikipedia

  • Old Church Slavonic grammar — Old Church Slavonic is an inflectional language with moderately complex verbal and nominal systems. Contents 1 Phonology 1.1 Morphophonemic alternations 2 Morphology 2.1 Nouns …   Wikipedia

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