Part of speech:
Of or relating to Anglos
English or Anglo-Saxon
Of England or its people or culture
Borrowed from English
Of their descendants; English
The form of the English language that is chiefly used in North America, contrasted with British English and that of other places.
The English language as spoken and written in Canada
The ancestor language of Modern English, spoken in England and parts of Scotland (where it became Lowland Scots) from about 1100 AD to 1500 AD. It developed from Anglo-Saxon, also called Old English, with heavy influence from French and Latin after the Norman invasion.
The English language since about the mid-15th cent.
an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch; the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the commonwealth countries
The definition of a side is half of something or someone, or a boundary.
the people of England
Of or relating to Afghanistan, its people, or its language.
Of the Algonquins or their language or culture
Of or relating to Armenia or its people, language, or culture.
Of, from or relating to the northeast-Indian state of Assam, or the region for which it is named
Of or relating to Avestan.
Of or relating to Bali or its people, language, or culture.
Of the Berber people, their culture, or their language.
Of or relating to Carolina or the Carolinas.
Of or relating to Estonia or its people, language, or culture.
Of or relating to Ge'ez.
Of the Fiji Islands or their people, language, or culture
Designating or of Friesland or the Frisian Islands, or their people, language, or culture
Of the Fulanis or their language or culture
Of Gaul or its people, language, or culture
Of or characteristic of the period of the reign of George V of England, specif. with reference to literature
Of or having to do with the culture of the US state of Hawaii.
Of or relating to the Hittite people.
Of Illyria or its people, language, or culture
Of, from, or pertaining to Kurdistan, the Kurdish people or the Kurdish language
Of or relating to Latvia or its people, language, or culture.
Of or relating to Lithuania or its people, language, or culture.
Of the Lusatians or their language or culture
Of or relating to Lycia or its people, language, or culture.
Soft; gentle; effeminate
Of Macedonia or its ancient or modern people, language, or culture
Of or relating to Madagascar, the Malagasy, or their language or culture.
Of or relating to Malaysia, the Malay Peninsula, or the Malay Archipelago.
Of or pertaining to the Maori people, culture, or language.
Of or relating to Nepal or its people, language, or culture.
Of the Oscans or their language or culture
Of or relating to Ossetia, the Ossets, or their language or culture.
Of or relating to Phrygia or its people, language, or culture.
Of or relating to the former Soviet Union.
Of or relating to the islands of Samoa.
Of or relating to Sardinia or its people, language, or culture.
Of Sri Lanka or its principal people, language, or culture
Of or relating to Slovakia or its people, language, or culture.
Of or relating to Slovenia or its people, language, or culture.
Of Slovenia or its people, language, or culture
Of or relating to the Tagalogs.
Of or relating to Tahiti or its people, language, or culture.
Of or relating to the Urdu language.
Of the Visayans or their language or culture
A member of a people of Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire, including the Fante and the Twi.
Language spoken in South America
A member of a people of SW Russia
The group of dialects of Hindi spoken in Bihar
A member of a North American Indian people consisting of three subgroups (the Blackfoot proper, the Blood, and the Piegan) and living in Montana, Saskatchewan, and Alberta
A person born or living in Canton, China
A member of a North American Indian people formerly inhabiting a large area of the S Appalachian Mountains, now living in Oklahoma and North Carolina
The extinct Chibchan language of the Chibcha.
The Turkic language spoken by the Chuvash.
The Turkic language spoken by these people.
The language of these peoples, belonging to the Chari-Nile subfamily of the Nilo-Saharan family of languages
The language of this people, closely related to Latin and known from place and personal names and from inscriptions.
The Niger-Congo language spoken by the Fulanis
The Dravidian language spoken by the Gonds, consisting of many dialects
Aboriginal inhabitant originally of the island of Tenerife only, but widely used for the now extinct pre-hispanic population of the Canary Islands in general.
The language of this people, related to Tupí
The Chadic language of this people, used as a trade language in many parts of W Africa
The Uto-Aztecan language spoken by this North American native American tribe.
The language of the Khoi, remarkable for its clicks.
A member of a people of SE Nigeria
Any of the Austronesian languages of these peoples
Any of the Indo-Iranian languages of the Nuristani. No longer in scientific use.
The Kannada language. No longer in current use.
The Turkic language of this people
A member of the Kashubian people.
A family of languages, comprising the seven languages or dialects spoken by the Keres
A member of a people of Cambodia whose civilization reached its height from the 9th to the 15th century.
An Indo-Iranian language of NW Pakistan
A member of a Native American people formerly inhabiting southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois, with small present-day populations in Kansas, Oklahoma, southern Texas, and northern Mexico.
Turkish ethnic group in Kyrgyzstan.
(Countable) A member of this Koryak-language-speaking people.
A member of a North American Indian people living in the Rocky Mountains in Montana, Idaho, and British Columbia
The official language of Laos (closely related to Thai).
An extinct Anatolian language regarded as closely related to Hittite
The Uralic language of the Hungarians.
A Dravidian language spoken in the state of Kerala on the Malabar Coast of southwest India.
The Tungusic language of the Manchu.
The Polynesian language of the Gambier Islands in French Polynesia.
A Mande language spoken in southern Sierra Leone and eastern Liberia.
A speaker of Messapic.
The language of the Miskito.
Any of the people who speak this language.
Any of the Austronesian languages of these peoples
Luminance non-uniformity of a display device.
Alternative spelling of nāga.
A person belonging to this Turkic people.
The Wakashan language of the Nootka.
A member of a Finno-Ugric people living in W Siberia
A writing system derived from the Aramaic alphabet used to write Middle Persian, Parthian, and other Middle Iranian languages.
A nation consisting of about 200 islands and islets in the Caroline Islands of the western Pacific Ocean. When most of the Carolines became the Federated States of Micronesia in 1978, Palau chose to form a separate republic in free association with the United States, an arrangement that became effective in 1994. The capital is Melekeok.
A Prakrit language that is a scriptural and liturgical language of Theravada Buddhism.
The group of West Germanic dialects of N Germany; Low German
Any of the modern Indic languages.
A Rhaeto-Romance language that is an official language of Switzerland.
A city of southern Honshu, Japan, on Osaka Bay south of Osaka. It was a leading port from the 15th to the 17th century.
A native speaker of Serbo-Croatian.
The Tai language of these peoples
Any of several modern Aramaic languages spoken by Eastern Christian communities of Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and Iran and by immigrants from these communities elsewhere.
Either of the two Indo-European languages of this people, called Tocharian A and Tocharian B, recorded from the seventh to the ninth century.
A member of a Berber people of the W and central Sahara
A member of a people of E Siberia
The Turkic language of the Uighurs.
The language of Uzbekistan.
The Turkic language of the Yakut.
The language of this people, a tone language of the Niger-Congo subfamily
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