- Proper noun. The inflected ancestor language of modern English, also called Old English, spoken in Britain from about 400 AD to 1100 AD.
- Noun. Germanic peoples inhabiting medieval England.
- Noun. (US) A person of British or North European descent.
- Noun. (US, Mexican-American) A light-skinned person presumably of British or other European appearance; a white person.
- Adjective. Related to the Anglo-Saxon peoples or language.
- Adjective. Related to nations which speak primarily English; especially United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia.
- Adjective. (politics) Favouring a liberal free market economy.
- Adjective. (US) Descended from white English or North European settlers.