Kentish
Definition - The dialect of Old English spoken by the Jutes in the kingdom of Kent.

Notes:
1. It was one of the four distinct dialects of Old English, the others being Northumbrian, Mercian, and West Saxon.

Oxford English Dictionary -
The term's first citation in this sense is from 1866:
"In the Old Kentish of the Ayenbite an e takes the place of the Southern u."
(Morris Ayenb. Introd. 6 )



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