- The ancestor language of modern English, also called Old English, spoken in Britain from about 400 AD to 1100 AD. The language is a more inflected language, maintaining strong and weak verbs, nouns, and adjectives. It has a clearly marked subjunctive mood, and has five cases of nouns and adjectives.
- Germanic peoples inhabiting medií¦val England.
- A person of British or North European descent.
- Related to the Anglo-Saxon peoples or language.
- Related to nations which speak primarily English; especially United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia.
- (economics) Favouring a liberal free market economy.
- Descended from white English or North European settlers.
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