- Language: Anglo-Norman
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- Language code: xno
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Anglo-Norman, also known as Anglo-Norman French, was a dialect of Old Norman French that was used in England and, to a lesser extent, elsewhere in Great Britain and Ireland during the Anglo-Norman period.
Anglo-Norman language co-existed with Middle English, but it had little lasting impact on English grammar
The Anglo-Norman VerbThe verb is conjugated in
- 3 moods; indicative, subjunctive, and imperative,
- 5 tenses; present, imperfect, preterite, future, and conditional,
- 2 numbers; singular and plural, and
- 3 persons
Anglon-Norman VerbtablesThe following colors are applied in the Anglo-Norman verbtables:
- Black color is used for attested forms that follow the pattern of auto-generated forms.
- Purple color is used for other attested forms.
- Grey color is used for auto-generated forms.
Auto-generation of conjugation is based on statistical analysis of the attested forms. The ending is compared with the verb stem, and a suitable ending is chosen from the most frequent one.