Anglo-Saxon englannista suomeksi
(syn of) (q).
Related to the Anglo-Saxon peoples or language.
(quote-book) (Translated by Claire Jacobson and Brooke Schoepf.)
- ... Ethnography thus aims at record- ing as accurately as possible the respective modes of life of various groups. Ethnology, on the other hand, utilizes for comparative purposes (the nature of which will be explained below) the data provided by the ethnographer. Thus, ''ethnography'' has the same meaning in all countries, and ''ethnology'' corresponds approximately to what is known in Anglo-Saxon countries—where the term ''eth- nology'' has become obsolete—as social or cultural anthropology.
Descended from some other North European settlers like the British (English).