Origin: ME Englonde, Yngelonde (with vowel change as in wing < ME weng) < OE Engla land, lit., land of the Angles (as opposed to the Saxons), hence England: see Angle
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an authority on England, its language, or its literature.
an extreme devotion to English manners, customs, or institutions.
great admiration for England and things English. —Anglophile, n., adj.
a hatred or fear of England and things English. —Anglophobe, n., adj.
1. the state or condition of being English, especially by birth.
2. a population outside of England that is English or of English descent.
English History. the seven principal concurrent early English kingdoms. —heptarch, n. —heptarchic, heptarchical, heptarchal, adj.
the squires or landed gentry as a class.
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