Balto-Slavic

Balto-Slavic

[bawl-toh-slah-vik, -slav-ik]
noun
a grouping of Indo-European languages comprising the Baltic and Slavic groups.

Origin:
1895–1900; Balto- (combining form of Baltic) + Slavic

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Balto-Slavonic or Balto-Slavic
 
n
a hypothetical subfamily of Indo-European languages consisting of Baltic and Slavonic. It is now generally believed that similarities between them result from geographical proximity rather than any special relationship
 
Balto-Slavic or Balto-Slavic
 
n

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