Baltic language


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Related to Baltic language: Prussian language, Eastern Baltic languages
  • noun

Synonyms for Baltic language

a branch of the Indo-European family of languages related to the Slavonic languages

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Old Prussian, which is a Baltic language, had gurcle.
Ethnic Russians can obtain citizenship by naturalization on the conditions that they do not hold dual citizenship and that they have acquired knowledge of the respective Baltic languages and a knowledge of the history of the respective countries.
In addition to the OpenType features, the fonts include the WGL Pan-European character set, which supports western and eastern European, Cyrillic, Greek, Turkish and Baltic languages.
Estonian and Livonian act like Russian and Baltic languages when expressing class-inclusion--they use the same case in the static and dynamic functions.
Network Communications' success as a specialty vendor of the Scandinavian and Baltic languages made them the right partner for ALPNET to take over our production capability," said Charles Noall, VP of Worldwide Operations of ALPNET.
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