The old name of England was Engla land. It is an Old English name that means "land of the angles".
The old name of England in Anglo-Saxon was Angland. In Roman times the British Isles were known as Britannia.
The name "England" is derived from the Old English word Englaland, which means "land of the Angles".
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Boston patriots were the old name of the patriots.
England was formerly known as Britain, or Great Britain. It is still sometimes referred to as Britain, but it is officially known as England.
Sometimes England ( or more properly Great Britain) is called Albion or Britannia.
The name Hayley is the name of an old town in England it means Hay cleaning
The name of it is "BEASTS OF ENGLAND"
'England' derives from the Old English name Englaland (Ænglaland, Ængla Land) which means 'Land of the Angles'.
Edgar comes from Old England and means Rich Spear.
The name Wright comes from old England and means carpenter, craftsman, or builder.
London, Ontario has the same name as London, England.
The word anglais comes from an old name for south-east England which was Anglia. The french name for England, angleterre, means land of the angles.
The colour of old England,anagrammticaly
No country has the nickname of Old England. England was the first England and the oldest, therefore they could be referred to as Old England.The northeastern region of the United States is referred to as New England.
Derived from the Old English name 'Englaland'. Meaning Land of Angles, name taken from one of the Germanic tribes that settled in England in the early Middle Ages
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It developed in England and Germany, though its origins are old English.
Old Trafford in Manchester,England.
The last name Garris was old German in origin. The Normans brought this name to England in the 1000's and is derived from the name Garrison.