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From Late Latin Saxonem, accusative of Saxo (“a Saxon”), from Proto-Germanic *Sahsô, probably originally a derivative of Proto-Germanic *sahsą (“rock, knife”), from Proto-Indo-European *sek- (“to cut”).
- Saxon (member of the Saxons, an ancient Germanic tribe)
- (uncountable) Saxon (language of the Saxons)
- Saxon (individual from the German state of Saxony)
- (member of the Saxons): saxónico
- (member of the Saxons): See Wikisaurus:germano