[nawr-muh n-dee] /ˈnɔr mən di/
a region in N France along the English Channel: invaded and settled by Scandinavians in the 10th century, becoming a duchy in a.d. 911; later a province, the capital of which was Rouen; Allied invasion in World War II began here June 6, 1944.
a former province of N France, on the English Channel: settled by Vikings under Rollo in the 10th century; scene of the Allied landings in 1944. Chief town: Rouen French name Normandie (nɔrmɑ̃di)
literally “region settled by Vikings;” from Normand (see Norman).
noun 1. a succession of English kings founded by Duke William of the duchy of Normandy in northern France, who conquered England in 1066 and whose successors ruled the country to 1154.
- Norman english
noun 1. the dialect of English used by the Norman conquerors of England
[nawr-muh-nesk] /ˌnɔr məˈnɛsk/ adjective 1. in the style of Norman architecture, a variety of Romanesque architecture.
noun 1. Also called Norman. the French dialect of the or of Normandy. 2. (def 2). noun 1. the medieval Norman and English dialect of Old French See also Anglo-French (sense 3)