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Baltic

[ bawl-tik ]
/ ˈbɔl tɪk /
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adjective

of, near, or on the Baltic Sea.
of or relating to the Baltic States.
of or relating to a group of languages, as Latvian, Lithuanian, and Old Prussian, that constitute a branch of the Indo-European family.

noun

the Baltic branch of the Indo-European family of languages.

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OTHER WORDS FROM Baltic

trans-Baltic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for Baltic

Baltic
/ (ˈbɔːltɪk) /

adjective

denoting or relating to the Baltic Sea or the Baltic States
of, denoting, or characteristic of Baltic as a group of languages
British informal extremely cold

noun

a branch of the Indo-European family of languages consisting of Lithuanian, Latvian, and Old Prussian
short for Baltic Sea
Also called: Baltic Exchange an international market for shipbrokers in the City of London: formerly housed in the Baltic Exchange building which was demolished after terrorist bomb damage in 1992
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