Balto-Slav

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Balto-Slav ‎(plural Balto-Slavs)

  1. (ethnolinguistics) A speaker of a Balto-Slavic language or dialect.
    • 2003, Walter Addison Jayne, Healing Gods of Ancient Civilizations, Kessinger Publishing, p. 161:
      AGNI ("Fire") was one of the great original deities of the Rigveda, just as fire was a principal divinity of other Indo-European peoples — Iranians, Greeks, Latins and Balto-Slavs.

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