West-saxon meaning

The dialect of Old English used in southern England that was the chief literary dialect of England before the Norman Conquest.
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One of the Saxons inhabiting Wessex during the centuries before the Norman Conquest.
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The Old English dialect of the West Saxons, the major literary dialect of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex before the Conquest.
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A person born or living in Wessex (the kingdom)
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