Anglo-French

noun
An·​glo-French | \ -ˈfrench How to pronounce Anglo-French (audio) \

Definition of Anglo-French

: the French language used in medieval England

First Known Use of Anglo-French

1827, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of Anglo-French was in 1827

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