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Anglo-Saxon in Languages topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishAnglo-SaxonˌAnglo-ˈSaxon noun  1 [countable]SAR someone who belonged to the race of people who lived in England from about 600 AD2 [uncountable]SLL the language used by the Anglo-Saxons3 [countable]SAN a white person, especially someone whose family originally came from EnglandAnglo-Saxon adjective
Examples from the Corpus
Anglo-SaxonThe Anglo-Saxon and Norman kings employed the system, but during Plantagenet times it fell into desuetude.The government remains overwhelmingly white Anglo-Saxon, as is the political culture.