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Old Dutch

noun

  1. the Dutch language before c1100. : OD, OD., O.D.


Old Dutch

noun

  1. the Dutch language up to about 1100, derived from the Low Franconian dialect of Old Low German OD See also Franconian


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The building which now bears the name of “the palace” was, in the earlier part of the last century, called the Old Dutch House.

The Old Dutch, and young Lil, and myself are all much of a mind on this job.

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