Old Norman French

n.
NORMAN FRENCH (sense 1)

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  • Old Norman French — n. NORMAN FRENCH (sense 1) …   English World dictionary

  • Old North French — noun the medieval Norman dialect of Old French • Syn: ↑Norman French, ↑Norman French • Hypernyms: ↑French * * * noun Usage: capitalized O&N&F : the northern dialects of Old French including especially those of Normandy and Picardy …   Useful english dictionary

  • Old North French — noun any of the dialects of Old French spoken in northern France, such as Norman French …   Australian English dictionary

  • Old Northern French — noun Old Norman …   Wiktionary

  • Old Norman dialect — Old Norman, also called Old Northern French or Old Norman French, was one of many langues d oïl dialects. It was spoken throughout the region of what is now called Normandy and spread into England, Southern Italy, Sicily, and the Levant. It is… …   Wikipedia

  • Old Norman — was one of many langue d oïl dialects. It was spoken throughout the region of what is now called Normandy and spread into England, Southern Italy, Sicily, and the Levant. It is the ancestor of modern Norman, including the insular dialects (such… …   Wikipedia

  • Norman-French — noun the medieval Norman dialect of Old French • Syn: ↑Norman French, ↑Old North French • Hypernyms: ↑French * * * | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ noun ( es) Usage: capitalized N&F …   Useful english dictionary

  • Norman French — noun the medieval Norman dialect of Old French • Syn: ↑Norman French, ↑Old North French • Hypernyms: ↑French …   Useful english dictionary

  • Old Norman — noun The dialect of the Old French language spoken in the north of France during the Middle Ages. Syn: Old Northern French …   Wiktionary

  • Norman French — /ˌnɔmən ˈfrɛntʃ/ (say .nawmuhn french) noun 1. the French of the Normans or of Normandy. 2. the legal jargon of England, now extinct except in phrases, originally a dialect of Old French. Also, Norman …   Australian English dictionary

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