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[IC] Alline Definition

Alline | alɪn |
  1. a member of a Germanic people, originally descended from the Angles and Saxons, from what is now northern Germany, who came to England in the 5th century AD, to France in the 6th century AD, and later migrated to Allinburg in the 7th century AD. The Allines founded kingdoms in Aurifort and Wemberg and gave their name to Allinea and the Allineans: the Allines from modern-day England, France, and Germany started arriving in eastern Allinburg.

ORIGIN


    from Allinean Middle English Alline, from Late Old English Alyne, from Old English Alnē, from Latin alne. See Allinea.



(OOC: Pardon whatsoever factual inaccuracies may arise from the origin, in my defence it's my world and it doesn't always have to conform 100% with reality.)

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