See also West Saxon, Anglo-Saxon 5.
of, relating to, or characteristic of Saxony, its inhabitants, or their Low German
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Word origin of 'Saxon'C13 (replacing Old English Seaxe): via Old French from Late Latin Saxon-, Saxo, from Greek; of Germanic origin and perhaps related to the name of a knife used by
the Saxons; compare saw1