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Salic

[ sal-ik, sey-lik ]
/ ˈsæl ɪk, ˈseɪ lɪk /
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adjective
of or relating to the Salian Franks.
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Also Salique.

Origin of Salic

1540–50; <Medieval Latin Salicus, equivalent to Late Latin Sal() (plural) tribal name + -icus-ic
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British Dictionary definitions for Salic (1 of 2)

salic
/ (ˈsælɪk, ˈseɪ-) /

adjective
(of rocks and minerals) having a high content of silica and alumina

Word Origin for salic

C20: from s (ilica) + al (umina) + -ic

British Dictionary definitions for Salic (2 of 2)

Salic

Salique

/ (ˈsælɪk, ˈseɪlɪk) /

adjective
of or relating to the Salian Franks or the Salic law
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