Anglo–Saxon alphabet

noun

Definition of Anglo–Saxon alphabet

  1. :  the Latin alphabet as modified for writing Old English by the addition of the four characters æ or ę, edh, thorn, and wen —called also Old English alphabet

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1737

First Known Use of anglo–saxon alphabet

1737


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