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law French

noun
1.
Anglo-French as used in legal proceedings and lawbooks in England from the Norman Conquest to the 17th century, some terms of which are still in use.
Origin of law French
1635-1645
1635-45
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British Dictionary definitions for law French

Law French

noun
1.
a set of Anglo-Norman terms used in English laws and law books
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