What is Slavonic?

  • (adj): Of or relating to Slavic languages.
    Synonyms: Slavic
    See also — Additional definitions below

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String Sextet (Dvořák) - Structure
... Allegretto grazioso, quasi andantino The work was composed at the same time as the Slavonic Rhapsodies (Op. 45) and Slavonic Dances (Op ... Written in similar style, it can also be called "Slavonic" ...
Liturgical Book - Byzantine Rite - Acolouthia
... found in the following liturgical books Horologion (Greek Ωρολόγιον Slavonic Chasoslov, Часocлoвъ), or Book of Hours, provides the fixed portions of the services as used by the reader ... Greek Ευχολόγιον, Eukhologion Slavonic Слѹжебникъ, Sluzhebnik)—Contains the fixed portions of the services which are said by the priest and deacon, as well as some of the variable ... in the Slavic tradition have been divided up as follows Litourgicon (Slavonic Sluzhebnik)—contains Vespers, Matins and the three Divine Liturgies Archieratikon (Slavonic Chinovnik)—contains the parts of ...
Alexander Hilferding - Comparative Linguistics
... the other important side of his work - research into the relations of Slavonic to Sanskrit is often overlooked ... jazyka slavjanskogo s sanskritskim" (On cognation of Slavonic language with Sanskrit) ... It is particularly important that being an expert in many Slavonic languages and not just Russian and having knowledge of the Russian dialects Hilferding did not ...
Ser-Drama-Lagadin-Nevrokop Dialect - Relationship To Standard Bulgarian and Standard Macedonian
... are typical for the Eastern Bulgarian dialects, including я/е (ʲa/ɛ) reflexes of Old Church Slavonic ѣ, щ/жд (ʃt/ʒd) reflexes of Proto-Slavic *tʲ/*dʲ, ъ (ə) reflex of Old Church Slavonic ѫ (yus ... English Proto-Slavic *tʲ/*dʲ – Old Church Slavonic щ/жд (ʃt/ʒd) щ/жд (ʃt/ʒd) – леща/между щ/жд (ʃt/ʒd) – леща/между ќ/ѓ (c/ɟ) – леќа/меѓу щ/жд (ʃt/ʒd ... a) – маж а (a) – маж а (a) – маж man Old Church Slavonic ъ (ə) ъ (ə) – сън ъ (ə) – сън о (ɔ) – сон о (ɔ) – сон а (a) – сан dream Old Church Slavonic ...
Proglas
... Proglas (Old Church Slavonic Glagolitic ⰒⰓⰑⰃⰎⰀⰔⰟ, Cyrillic Прогласъ meaning Foreword) is the foreword to the Old Church Slavonic translation of the four Gospels ... Proglas is considered to be the first poem in literary Old Church Slavonic ...

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