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aulic

[ aw-lik ]
/ ˈɔ lɪk /
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adjective
of or relating to a royal court.
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Origin of aulic

1695–1705; <Latin aulicus<Greek aulikós courtly, equivalent to aul() hall, court + -ikos-ic

OTHER WORDS FROM aulic

in·ter·au·lic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for aulic

aulic
/ (ˈɔːlɪk) /

adjective
rare relating to a royal court

Word Origin for aulic

C18: from Latin aulicus, from Greek aulikos belonging to a prince's court, from aulē court
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