Definition of Old georgian

1. Proper noun. A language of the South Caucasian family, spoken between the 5th Century BC and the 17th Century AD when it evolved into the modern Georgian language. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Old Georgian

Old Earth Creationism
Old East Slavic
Old East Slavonic
Old Egyptian
Old English
Old English Sheepdog
Old English Sheepdogs
Old English sheepdog
Old Etonian
Old Faithful
Old Father Thames
Old Father Time
Old Frankish
Old French
Old Frisian
Old Georgian
Old Glory
Old Greek
Old Harry
Old Hickory
Old High German
Old Icelandic
Old Ionian
Old Ionic
Old Irish
Old Ironsides
Old Italian
Old Japanese
Old Javanese

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