Seisnig


Seisnig
adj. английский (относящийся к, принадлежащий Англии)

Welsh-Russian dictionary (geiriadur Cymraeg-Rwsieg). 2014.

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  • sassenach — [18] Sassenach, the Gaelic name for the English, etymologically means ‘Saxon’. Its ultimate source is probably Saxonēs, the Latin version of Seaxe, which was the Old English term for the Saxon people. The Celts of Scotland took this over as… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • Sassenach — Gaelic for English person, 1771, Sassenaugh, lit. Saxon, from L. Saxones, from a Gmc. source (Cf. O.E. Seaxe the Saxons ). The modern form of the word was established c.1814 by Sir Walter Scott, from Scot. Sasunnoch, Ir. Sasanach, Welsh Seisnig …   Etymology dictionary

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