Anglo-French definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, concerning, or between England and France or their particular individuals; English and French.
    • Of or regarding England and France or perhaps the men and women thereof.
    • Of or pertaining to the dialect of French adopted in England after the decline of Norman.
    • Of or with respect to the Anglo-Norman dialect.
  • noun:
    • See Anglo-Norman.
    • the French (Norman) language found in medieval The united kingdomt.
    • That type of Old French brought into The united kingdomt by the Normans and later comers from France, and here independently developed; Anglo-Norman.
    • the French (Norman) language found in medieval The united kingdomt
  • proper-noun:
    • Variant of Anglo-Norman.
  • others:
    • English and French; regarding the language so called.

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