Old East Slavic
Proper noun
  1. (historical) A Slavic language used from the 10th to the 14th centuries by East Slavs in the state of Kievan Rus and its successors. The ancestor of Belarusian, Russian, Rusyn and Ukrainian.
  • Old East Slavonic
  • Rusian
  • Old Russian (refers to both Rus and Russia)
  • Old Ukrainian (specific to Ukrainian or dialects different from common OES)
  • Old Belarusian (specific to Belarusian or dialects different from common OES)
  • French: vieux russe
  • German: Altostslawisch, Altrussisch
  • Portuguese: antigo eslavo oriental
  • Russian: древнеру́сский
  • Spanish: antiguo eslavo oriental, antiguo ruso

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