noun, plural An·glos.
Origin of Anglo
Definition for anglo (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for anglo
Quinn lost his fortune after he amassed control of 25% of Anglo Irish Bank, which promptly went under in the 2007 financial crash.
Of course, there are plenty of African Americans who give their kids Anglo names.
The office of Chief Rabbi is not a secular creation; it evolved as the small Anglo Jewish community's needs grew.
And he became "Chief," as those working with him were allowed to call him, at the time of a leadership vacuum in Anglo Jewry.
During the boom years, Anglo expanded its market share by reckless lending, especially to property developers.
Engaging an Anglo- Indian nurse, who gave me full cooperation, I applied to my sister various yoga techniques of healing.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
The word itself serves to preserve a memorial of the nature of the institution, Rother being Anglo–Saxon for horned cattle.Warwickshire|Clive Holland
The Celt is always remembering; the Anglo Saxon has little patience which lies far behind or far beyond his own hour.William Sharp (Fiona Macleod)|Elizabeth A. Sharp
Are they to go back on that holy determinashen to preserve the Anglo Sackson race on this continent in its purity?Swingin Round the Cirkle.|Petroleum V. Nasby
Our much boasted Anglo–Saxon blood is but a rivulet from the great Scandinavian sea.Ole Bull|Sara C. Bull