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The written and spoken language of England from the first half of the 5th Century to the period just after the Norman Conquest; often referred to as Anglo-Saxon. The two pre-eminent texts from this period are Beowulf and The Dream of the Rood.
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[n] English prior to about 1100
Anglo-Saxon - (4 syllables)
Anglian, English, English language, Jutish, Kentish, West Saxon