Anglo–Saxonist

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noun An·glo–Sax·on·ist \¦aŋ-glō-¦sak-sə-nist\

Definition of Anglo–Saxonist

plural

Anglo–Saxonists

  1. :  a scholar who is a specialist in Anglo-Saxon history and culture Glosecki is an Anglo-Saxonist specializing in "Beowulf" and the metrical charms. — Birmingham (Alabama) News, 25 Aug. 2002

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Origin and Etymology of anglo–saxonist

anglo-saxon + 1-ist


First Known Use: 1773


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