Etymology
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Anglicism (n.)

1640s, "anglicized language, that which is peculiar to England in speech or writing," from Latin Anglicus "of the English" (see Angle) + -ism. As an instance of this, "a word or expression used particularly in England and not in America," from 1781.

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Definitions of Anglicism

Anglicism (n.)
an expression that is used in Great Britain (especially as contrasted with American English);
Synonyms: Briticism / Britishism
Anglicism (n.)
a custom that is peculiar to England or its citizens;
Synonyms: Britishism
From wordnet.princeton.edu