- Anglo-French dialect
- Anglo-Norman French dialect
- Law French
- Norman-French dialect
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Britannica 14: under Anglo-Norman literature (French dialect of medieval England, also known as Norman-French or Anglo-French; beginning with Norman Conquest, it became the vernacular of the court, the law, the church, the schools and universities, Parliament and municipalities, and trade; it was introduced into Wales, Ireland and Scotland)
- found: Int. encyc. of linguistics (Anglo-Norman French)
- found: Word IQ Web site, June 1, 2004 ("Law French is an archaic language based on Norman French. It was used in the law courts of Great Britain, beginning with the Norman Conquest by William the Conqueror. Its use continued for several centuries in the courts of England.")
- notfound: Les langues dans le monde, 1981
- 2004-06-01: new
- 2004-07-09: revised
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