the English language since c1475.
the English language since about 1450, esp any of the standard forms developed from the S East Midland dialect of Middle English See also English, Middle English, Old English
noun 1. the French language since c1600.
- Modern greats
plural noun 1. (at Oxford University) the Honour School of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
noun 1. the Greek language since c1500. Abbreviation: ModGk. noun 1. the Greek language since about 1453 ad (the fall of Byzantium) Compare Demotic, Katharevusa
noun 1. the living language of modern Israel, a revived form of ancient Hebrew. Abbreviation: ModHeb. noun 1. the official language of the state of Israel; a revived form of ancient Hebrew