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Definition of the noun anglia
What does anglia mean as a name of something?
- the Latin name for England
Alternative definition of the noun anglia
- A region in England, more properly called East Anglia.
- "Anglia" is a musical single of Laibach.
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Anglia, subtitled Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie, is a German quarterly academic journal on English linguistics, published by de Gruyter. It was established in 1878 by Moritz Trautmann and Richard Paul Wülker, then based at the University of Leipzig. Between 1888 and 1892 Ewald Flügel, also at Leipzig, acted as editor in conjunction with Gustav Schirmer. Although a German publication, it is the longest-established journal for the study of the English language in the world, having been published continuously since 1878. Anglia publishes articles on the English language and its history, and English literature from the Middle Ages through to modern times. It also covers American literature and English-language literature from around the world. Its scope extends to general and theoretical studies of comparative literature and culture.
Phrases with Anglia
- east anglia
- Kakoselia Anglia
- Camptodontus Anglia
- Mustela putorius anglia
- Species Kakoselia Anglia
- Species Camptodontus Anglia
- Subspecies Mustela Putorius Anglia
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Anglia
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Sixteenth Report of Session 2003-2004 : Report, Together with Formal Minutes, Oral and Written Evidence by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
East Anglia is the most appropriate area for the production of high value crops, a shift in production to other areas would not be sustainable it would reduce the economic benefits of production, have a greater environmental impact and lead to ...
The Pattern Under the Plough (2012)
by George Ewart Evans
There is, moreover, enough evidence — as will be shown later-coming from the old farm horsemen themselves for us to infer that the horse tradition in East Anglia is a very ancient one. The related objects most frequently found in the region ...
Written in the Fifteenth Century, and for the First Time Printed from Mss. in the British Museum ... To which are Added Numerous Contemporary Illustrations, Consisting of Royal Letters, Poems by N. H. Nicolas
from the Angles, Albion is called Anglia, divided into eight kingdoms; that is, Kent, Suthsex, Westsex, Mercia, Estsex, Estanglia, Derram, and Bervic. In the year dc and one, began to reign king Sebert the renovator of the church of ...
Essays in Honour of Iorwerth C. Peate by Geraint Jenkins
Here in East Anglia is an extremely interesting but transitory historical opportunity, and there is ...
by Michael Gervers
East Anglia is a region rich in medieval charters. The presence of numerous medium to small landholders encouraged the growth of a vigorous land market in the twelfth century.
Great Britain (1928)
Essays in Regional Geography by Alan Grant Ogilvie
Physical Geography Although East Anglia is a land of low relief, its physical geography presents many features and problems of special interest which are very clearly related to the study of its historical evolution and economic development.
Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales, 1300-1500: Volume 2, East Anglia, Central England and Wales (1996)
by Anthony Emery
EAST ANGLIA: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND EAST Anglia is the historical name for the early Anglo- Saxon kingdom encompassing Norfolk, Suffolk, and part of Cambridgeshire. More recently, the description has been extended to include ...
by Katherine Holman
' EAST ANGLIA, VIKINGS IN the 10th and 11th centuries and the earls of Orkney in Scotland. This word is the earliest recorded Scandinavian loanword into Irish, and it also superseded Old English ealdorman as the title of those men ruling ...
by Edward Lewes Cutts
great scheme for the sub-division of the land into more manageable dioceses, East Anglia was divided into two. Bisi, the aged bishop, retired ; Acci, or Etti, succeeded him at Dun- wich as bishop of the South folk ; while the North folk were ...
by Michael Lapidge, John Blair, Simon Keynes, Donald Scragg
East Anglia was, however, hardhitbyMercian invasions led by*Penda (633–55), andrarely again enjoyedreal independence. Bederecorded KingÆthelhere's participation in the Mercian army whichwas destroyed at the Winwædin 655, butthe ...
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Any guidebook to East Anglia is likely to say something about the principal churches in the region. This is a compound subject, which involves coordination of terms (see below). Broader subjects can arise from changing the hierachical level of ...
Middle English Dictionary (2007)
Plan and Bibliography by Robert E. Lewis, Mary Jane Williams, Marilyn S. Miller
Anglia :: Anglia: Zeitschrift fur englische Philologie (Halle, 1878-) ...
by Stephen (Sir Leslie), Robert Blake, Christine Stephanie Nicholls
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Scrabble value of A1N1G2L1I1A1
The value of this 6-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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