Definition of Danelaw in English:

Danelaw

Line breaks: Dane|law
Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪnlɔː
 
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The part of northern and eastern England occupied or administered by Danes from the late 9th century until after the Norman Conquest.

Origin

late Old English Dena lagu 'Danes' law'.

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