Mercia vs Anglian - What's the difference?

mercia | anglian |

As proper nouns the difference between mercia and anglian

is that mercia is (l) (one of the anglo-saxon kingdoms of england) while anglian is an old english dialect from mercia or northumbria.

As an adjective anglian is

of or pertaining to the angles (germanic people).

As a noun anglian is

an angle (member of a germanic people).



Proper noun

(wikipedia Mercia) (en proper noun)
  • one of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of England
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  • Of or pertaining to the Angles (Germanic people)
  • Of or pertaining to East Anglia
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • An Angle (member of a Germanic people)
  • Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • An Old English dialect from Mercia or Northumbria
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