- the French of the Normans or Normandy, as spoken in England by the Norman conquerors; Anglo-French: it was not imposed on the English as an official language at the Conquest, but gained legal and administrative currency after the accession of Eleanor of Aquitaine as queen (1154)
- the form of this language used as the legal jargon of England until the late 17th cent.
- the modern French dialect of Normandy
See Norman French in American Heritage Dictionary 4
The dialect of Old French used in medieval Normandy.