from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Anglian; Anglo-Saxon; English.
  • n. The Anglo-Saxon or earliest English language.


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  • For a long time I have cherished the hypothesis that it comes from a mispronunciation of "anglish," since the ball always rebounds at an erratic angle when put under spin.

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  • Aw, Ma, I ain't gonna need no more of that anglish schoolin'!

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  • The bottom paragaraph says d this is a salutation for the order of service… Must be from one of the “we doan need no stinkng anglish langusih lesoms” crowd!

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  • Is only two newspaper in world which make joke about JPII russian and anglish.

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  • Ganked from my friend A HypnoGroovy Guy who knows his stuff oh, I stole the word ganked from David as well, I was previously unfamiliar with the word, what with me espeekin' di anglish and all that, but it sounds perfect for what we tend to do.

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  • Yeah, and wile we R on the subjec ..... anglish and skool are a/waste/of time to?

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  • how bout you use anglish insted of frence and mebe i talk to charron about a manage a twas you frensh pervirt but you cant hannle even me i won the viper ffa before i got cot with you no waht

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  • They gets me pumped for that ol’ math and anglish. cuz when i beeze pumpin that g-unit, i feels like smacking a bitch.

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  • RD on April 12, 2009 at 1: 49 PM what good tanks if fullrot? yes bic probrm you got. strangle anglish you talk. thinks me anglish your nuber 1 lungage not. may be nuber 2 you talk. yes. busy go now. must feed gotes beet wifes. teech anglish later. doriangrey on April 11, 2009 at 8: 41 PM

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  • what lingo them anglish peeps had spoken, when we took the isles and ... uhm errm, urged the brits to learn it. they pissmelled or typoed sulking - I don't care one way or the other - a mutation and, trend gotten even worse with their amigrants wimping out over big puddle, who are nowadays Top News


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