- Church Slav.ic[tʃə:tʃ sl'a:vik] n eslavo litúrgico: idioma da Igreja Ortodoxa em países eslávicos, desde o século XI.
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Church Slavic — noun the Slavic language into which the Bible was translated in the 9th century • Syn: ↑Old Church Slavonic, ↑Old Church Slavic, ↑Old Bulgarian • Hypernyms: ↑Slavic, ↑Slavic language, ↑Slavonic, ↑Slavonic lang … Useful english dictionary
Church Slavic — a liturgical language used in Eastern Orthodox churches in Slavic countries since the 11th or 12th century, representing a development of Old Church Slavonic through contact with the national Slavic languages. [1840 50] * * * … Universalium
Church Slavic — noun see Church Slavonic … New Collegiate Dictionary
Church Slavic — noun Church Slavonic language … Wiktionary
Church Slavic — ISO 639 3 Code : chu ISO 639 2/B Code : chu ISO 639 2/T Code : chu ISO 639 1 Code : cu Scope : Individual Language Type : Ancient … Names of Languages ISO 639-3
Old Church Slavic — noun the Slavic language into which the Bible was translated in the 9th century • Syn: ↑Old Church Slavonic, ↑Church Slavic, ↑Old Bulgarian • Hypernyms: ↑Slavic, ↑Slavic language, ↑Slavonic, ↑Slavonic language … Useful english dictionary
Old Church Slavic — noun Date: circa 1929 the Slavic language used in the liturgical and Biblical translations of Cyril and Methodius as attested in manuscripts of the 10th and 11th centuries called also Old Church Slavonic see Indo European languages table … New Collegiate Dictionary
Old Church Slavic — noun Old Church Slavonic … Wiktionary
Slavic speakers of Greek Macedonia — Total population Greece: 200,000+ Diaspora: 150,000+ Regions with significant populations Florina, Edessa, Kastoria, Thessaloniki, Serres, Drama … Wikipedia
Church Slavonic — or Church Slavic n. OLD CHURCH SLAVONIC * * * … Universalium
Church Slavonic — or Church Slavic n. OLD CHURCH SLAVONIC … English World dictionary