anglo fu'ivla

x1 reflects proto-English/Jute-Anglo-Saxon culture (non-Celtic peoples of Great Britain arriving and settling from near Germany approximately between A.D. 500 and A.D. 800, or cultural descendants/relatives thereof) in aspect x2

Should probably exclude the Norse and the Normans (hence the approximate dating given in the definition). In some literature these people are called (or eventually become) the English whereas the people living on the island before then, who were of Romano-Celtic stock, are called the British and become known as the Welsh, Scottish, Irish, Manx, etc. They spoke Old English.


In definition:

ernyjoibrito
x1 pertains to/reflects the culture/geography of the British Isles/the Anglo-Celtic Isles (Insular culture), possibly including Brittany (especially in its early British history), in aspect x2.
rityjoixerno
x1 pertains to/reflects the culture/geography of the British Isles/the Anglo-Celtic Isles (Insular culture), possibly including Brittany (especially in its early British history), in aspect x2.
banxunu'o
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “xno” (Anglo-Norman).