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Definition of Saxon
1a member of a Germanic people that inhabited parts of central and northern Germany from Roman times, many of whom conquered and settled in southern England in the 5th-6th centuries. a native of modern Saxony in Germany. 2the language of the Saxons, in particular. (Old Saxon) the West Germanic language of the ancient Saxons. the Low German dialect of modern Saxony.
1of or relating to the Anglo-Saxons, their language (Old English), or their period of dominance in England (5th-11th centuries). relating to or denoting the style of early Romanesque architecture preceding the Norman in England. 2of or relating to Saxony or the continental Saxons or their language.