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Anglo-French

[ ang-gloh-french ]
/ ˈæŋ gloʊˈfrɛntʃ /
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adjective

belonging to, relating to, or involving England and France, or the people of the two countries.
of or relating to the Anglo-French dialect.

noun

Also called Anglo-Norman. the dialect of French current in England from the Norman Conquest to the end of the Middle Ages. Abbreviation: AF, A.F.

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Origin of Anglo-French

First recorded in 1850–55
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British Dictionary definitions for Anglo-French

Anglo-French

adjective

of or relating to England and France
of or relating to Anglo-French

noun

the Norman-French language of medieval England
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