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prop. n. p1.(Ethnol.) Jutlanders; one of the Low German tribes, a portion of which settled in Kent, England, in the 5th century.
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In my "Authoress of the Odyssey" I thought "Jutland" would be a suitable translation, but it has been pointed out to me that "Jutland" only means the land of the Jutes.
The Angles, Saxons, and Jutes occupied territories in the region which includes parts of the present Holland, of Germany about the mouth of the Elbe, and of Denmark.
the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes began to harry the southern and eastern shores of Britain, where the Romans were obliged to maintain a special military establishment against them.
With the Jutes made up of four players new to the league, including two 11-year-olds and a 12-yearold, they will improve.
West Kent was settled by the Angles and Saxons while the Jutes lived in East Kent.
What about the early Britons, Romans, Jutes, Picts, Danes and Normans who invaded England too?
Thus John Bishop characterizes Mutt and Jute as figures "who babble and stammer imperceptively like Vico's men" (194): those "mute primitives" of Vico's divine age that "like so many Mutts and Jutes .