Meaning of West Saxon
- the Old English dialect of the West Saxon kingdom, dominant aftera.d.c850 and the medium of nearly all the literary remains of Old English.
- any of the English of the period before the Norman Conquest who lived in the region south of the Thames and west of Surrey and Sussex.
- a person whose native tongue was West Saxon.
- of or pertaining to the West Saxons or their dialect.
- West Saxon (Thesaurus)