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Synonyms for Anglo-Norman

the French (Norman) language used in medieval England


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This quotation is a reminder that the Prose Brut reached its most fully developed form not in English but in Anglo-Norman French.
Several caveats should be voiced before we scrutinize Glowka's glossing of the sailing lexicon of Anglo-Norman French.
However, John, who teaches Anglo-Norman French at the University of Liverpool as well as his pilot duties, believes he has come across the real meaning of the name.
They hold transcripts of charters, patent rolls, escheats, wills, petitions and other family, legal and land records, written in Anglo-Norman French, Latin and old English.
By the later twelfth century, and throughout the thirteenth, such works were also translated into Anglo-Norman French, which was standardised in its written form, and which could be read by educated members of the laity.