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Saxon British & World English

A member of a people that inhabited parts of central and northern Germany from Roman times, many of whom conquered and settled in much of southern England in the 5th-6th centuries

Old Saxon British & World English

A member of the Saxon peoples who remained in Germany, as opposed to an Anglo-Saxon

Old Saxon New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Old Low German of Saxony up to about 1200

Anglo-Saxon British & World English

Relating to or denoting the Germanic inhabitants of England from their arrival in the 5th century up to the Norman Conquest

West Saxon British & World English

A native or inhabitant of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex

Anglo-Saxon New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

prefer Old English for the language

Old Saxon in Saxon British & World English

The West Germanic language of the ancient Saxons