Etymology
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Anglo-Norman (adj.)

1767, "pertaining to the Normans who settled in England," from Anglo- + Norman. As a noun, 1735; from 1801 as "the Norman dialect of Old French as spoken and developed in England."

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Definitions of Anglo-Norman

Anglo-Norman (n.)
the French (Norman) language used in medieval England;
Synonyms: Anglo-French
From wordnet.princeton.edu