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Anglo-

1.
a combining form of English:
Anglo-Norman; Anglo-Catholic.
Origin
< Late Latin Angl(us) (see Anglic) + -o-
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British Dictionary definitions for Anglo-

Anglo-

/ˈæŋɡləʊ-/
combining form
1.
denoting English or England: Anglo-Saxon
Word Origin
from Medieval Latin Angliī
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Word Origin and History for Anglo-

from Medieval Latin Anglo-, comb. form of Angli "the English" (see Angle).

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