Glag·o·lit·ic (glăg′ə-lĭtĭk) also Glag·o·lith·ic (-lĭthĭk)
Belonging to or written in an uncial alphabet attributed to Saint Cyril, formerly used in the writing of various Slavic languages but now limited to the Catholic liturgical books used by some communities along the Dalmatian coast.
[From Serbo-Croatian glagoljica, from glagol, word, from Old Church Slavonic glagolŭ; see gal- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]
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