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slavon

  1. accusative singular of slavo

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EtymologyEdit

From Slavonie

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slavon (feminine singular slavonne, masculine plural slavons, feminine plural slavonnes)

  1. Related to Slavonia
    Des étoles de l'Église grecque, (...) des dalmatiques russes d'orfroi, (...) des chapes en brocart, ramagées de lettres slavones figurées par des pierres de l'Oural et des rangs de perles. (Huysmans, À rebours, 1884)
    Some stars of the Greek church (…) some Russian orprhey dalmatics, (…) some brocade copes, decorated with slavonic letters depicted by stones of the Urals and rows of pearls.
  2. Related to Slavonic
    la langue slavonne.
    the Slavonic language.

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slavon m (uncountable)

  1. Slavonic
    Pour le slave, on se fondait exclusivement sur le slavon ou paléoslave, connu au Xe siècle, parce que les autres sont connus à date plus basse. (Saussure. 1916, p. 297)
    'For Slavic, we founded ourselves exclusively on Slavonic or Paleoslavic (?), known from the 10th, because the others were known from lower dates.

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