belonging to, relating to, or involving England and France, or the people of the two countries.
of or relating to the Anglo-French dialect.
Also called Anglo-Norman. the dialect of French current in England from theNorman Conquest to the end of the Middle Ages.
Abbreviation: AF, A.F.
Historical Examples

Her chief aim was to sever the Anglo-French Entente, and she failed.
The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) John Holland Rose

He was called in Anglo-French scawageour, from the noun scawage, showing.
The Romance of Words (4th ed.) Ernest Weekley

A few hundred yards from this gate the Anglo-French treaty of peace was signed after Agincourt.
The Western Front Muirhead Bone

And she turned to greet the entering mistress with a flood of Anglo-French.
Regiment of Women Clemence Dane

If Gambetta comes in he will no doubt again propose joint Anglo-French intervention.
Lord Lyons: A Record of British Diplomacy, Vol. 2 of 2 Thomas Wodehouse Legh Newton

He spoke with a most respectful inflection, but always in barbarous Anglo-French.
The White Blackbird Hudson Douglas

It should be observed that Chaucer continually accents words of Anglo-French origin in the original manner, viz.
Chaucer’s Works, Volume 5 (of 7) — Notes to the Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer

No other Anglo-French keep in Ireland had such an extensive enceinte.
Beauties and Antiquities of Ireland T. O. Russell

Adverse destiny, in his case, took the shape of an Anglo-French jailer.
The Life Of Sir John Falstaff Robert B. Brough

I rose, saluted them, and in my Anglo-French wished them good evening.
How I Filmed the War Lieut. Geoffrey H. Malins

of or relating to England and France
of or relating to Anglo-French
the Norman-French language of medieval England


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