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Old Saxon

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noun
the Saxon dialect of Low German in use before c1100. Abbreviations: OS, O.S.
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Origin of Old Saxon

First recorded in 1830–35
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Old Saxon

noun
the Saxon dialect of Low German up to about 1200, from which modern Low German is derivedAbbreviation: OS
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