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Sa·lic(sā′lĭk, săl′ĭk) also Sa·lique (sā′lĭk, săl′ĭk, să-lēk′)
1. Of or relating to the Salian Franks.
2. Of or relating to Salic law.
[French salique, from Medieval Latin Salicus, from Late Latin Saliī, the Salian Franks.]
Of or relating to certain minerals, such as quartz and the feldspars, that commonly occur in igneous rocks and contain large amounts of silica and alumina.
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(Minerals) (of rocks and minerals) having a high content of silica and alumina
[C20: from s(ilica) + al(umina) + -ic]
Salic(ˈsælɪk; ˈseɪlɪk) or
1. (Peoples) of or relating to the Salian Franks or the Salic law
2. (Historical Terms) of or relating to the Salian Franks or the Salic law
3. (Law) of or relating to the Salian Franks or the Salic law
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Sal•ic(ˈsæl ɪk, ˈseɪ lɪk)
of or pertaining to the Salian Franks.
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