[kop-tik] /ˈkɒp tɪk/

an Afroasiatic language of Egypt descended from ancient Egyptian, largely extinct as a spoken language since the 16th century but surviving as the liturgical language of the .
of or relating to Coptic or the .
an Afro-Asiatic language, written in the Greek alphabet but descended from ancient Egyptian. It was extinct as a spoken language by about 1600 ad but survives in the Coptic Church
of or relating to this language
of or relating to the Copts


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