Origin of Glagolitic
Examples from the Web for glagolitic
The Glagolitic literature was therefore almost exclusively limited to copies of the productions of their Cyrillic brethren.
In our day, this city possesses the only Glagolitic printing office in existence.
The Latin alphabet probably came into use without any particular pains, long before the introduction of the Glagolitic letters.
The Glagolitic alphabet is similar, though not identical with that of St. Cyrillus.A History of Bohemian Literature|Count Ltzow
In the church of S. Lucia, some distance away, is the earliest Glagolitic inscription known.The Shores of the Adriatic|F. Hamilton Jackson
Word Origin for Glagolitic
1861, from Serbo-Cr. glagolica "Glagolitic alphabet," from Old Church Slavonic glagolu "word" (see call) + Greek suffix -itic. The older of the two Slavic writing systems (Cyrillic is the other), it was designed by Cyrillus c.863 C.E.