Etymology
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Anglian (adj.)

"of the Angles; of East Anglia," 1726; see Angle. The Old English word was Englisc, but as this came to be used in reference to the whole Germanic people of Britain, a new word was wanted to describe this branch of them.

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Definitions of Anglian

Anglian (n.)
one of the major dialects of Old English;
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