Old Church Slavonic Definition
The South Slavic language used in the 9th-cent. Bible translation by Saint Cyril and his brother, Saint Methodius, and still used as a liturgical language (now called Church Slavonic) by Orthodox Slavs but extinct as a vernacular.
Webster's New World
The first literary and liturgical Slavic language.
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