West Saxon

West Saxon


Definition of WEST SAXON

:  a member or a descendant of the Saxons who occupied England largely south of the Thames, west of the Downs, and east of Dartmoor
:  a dialect of Old English used as the chief literary dialect in England before the Norman Conquest

First Known Use of WEST SAXON

14th century

Rhymes with WEST SAXON


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