Anglo–Gallic

adjective

Definition of Anglo–Gallic

  1. :  of or relating to the coins issued by English rulers from Henry II in the mid-12th century to Henry VIII in the early 16th century in territories they controlled in France

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Origin and Etymology of anglo–gallic

Anglo- + Gallic


First Known Use: 1751


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