Definition of Common slavonic

1. Proper noun. The proto-language from which Old Church Slavonic and all the other Slavic languages later emerged. It was spoken before the 7th century. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Common Slavonic

Commodore Perry
Commodore Vanderbilt
Common Celtic
Common Era
Common Gateway Interface
Common Gateway Interfaces
Common Germanic
Common Intermediate Language
Common Language Infrastructure
Common Language Runtime
Common Language Specification
Common Lisp
Common Market
Common Oceanian
Common Slavic
Common Slavonic
Common Type System
Common era
Commonwealth Day
Commonwealth English
Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth of Australia
Commonwealth of Dominica
Commonwealth of Independent States
Commonwealth of Nations
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
Commonwealth of the Bahamas
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

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