Old English (disambiguation)
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Old English is an early form of the English language that was spoken and written by the Anglo-Saxons until the 12th century.
Old English or Olde English may also refer to:
- Old English (Ireland), 12th-century settlers from England
- Olde English (sketch comedy), a comedy troupe
- Olde English 800, a malt liquor beverage
- Anglo-Saxons, 5th-century invaders of Britain
- Early Modern English, the language of Shakespeare and the King James Bible, sometimes referred to colloquially as old English
- Old English, a style of handwriting or font, also known as Blackletter
- An apple beverage from Gaymer Cider Company
- A furniture polish and wood care product manufactured by Reckitt Benckiser
- Old English (film), a 1930 American Pre-Code drama film
- History of the English language
- Anglo-Saxon England
- Anglo-Saxon (disambiguation)
- New English (disambiguation)
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