- of or relating to a royal court.
Origin of aulic
1695–1705; < Latin aulicus < Greek aulikós courtly, equivalent to aul(ḗ) hall, court + -ikos -ic
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Examples from the Web for aulic
And so on, like the directions of the Aulic Council to the Archduke.Ravenshoe
Another plan had been drawn up by the Aulic Council at Vienna.The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)
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He became president of the Aulic council in 1831, but died a few months later.
Not even the Austrian Aulic Council imagined a strategy combined and stretching through several thousands of miles.
Poor McDowell suffers for the sins of others—above all, for those of Mr. Lincoln and of his aulic council.
- rare relating to a royal court
C18: from Latin aulicus, from Greek aulikos belonging to a prince's court, from aulē court
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