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1. One of the Normans who lived in England after the Norman Conquest of England in 1066 or a descendant of these settlers.
a. The dialect of Old French, derived chiefly from Norman French, that was used by the Anglo-Normans.
b. The form of this dialect used in English law until the 17th century. Also called Anglo-French.
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(Historical Terms) relating to the Norman conquerors of England, their society, or their language
1. (Historical Terms) a Norman inhabitant of England after 1066
2. (Languages) the Anglo-French language
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An•glo-Nor•man(ˈæŋ gloʊˈnɔr mən)
1. of or pertaining to the period following the Norman Conquest, from 1066 to the accession of Henry II in 1154, when Norman rule and culture were firmly established in England.
2. of or pertaining to the Normans in England, or to their speech.n.
3. a Norman who settled in England after 1066, or a descendant of one.
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