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  • n. The earliest style of Cyrillic writing developed from Greek uncial in the late 9th century, predominant in the 11th–14th centuries.
  • n. A church statute prescribing daily prayer, feast days, and fasts.

Etymologies

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From Slavic устав (ustáv) or Old Church Slavonic оуставъ (ustavŭ).

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