Old Church Slavonic

NOUN
  1. the Slavic language into which the Bible was translated in the 9th century
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  • Derived from robota, the Czech noun for “drudgery” or “toil,” the word came with its own special resonances from Old Church Slavonic, the oldest written Slavic language, and a venerable relative of Czech, Polish, and Russian. The English Is Coming!
  • Christian missionary and theologian who with his brother Saint Methodius (82'-885) worked in Moravia, translating the Scriptures into Old Church Slavonic.
  • Christian missionary and theologian who with his brother Saint Methodius (82'-885) worked in Moravia, translating the Scriptures into Old Church Slavonic.
  • Etymology: Middle English loyne, from Middle French loigne, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin lumbea, from Latin lumbus; akin to Old English lendenu loins, Old Church Slavonic ledvije loins and determination
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