Definition of Angloman in US English:

Angloman

noun

  • A partisan or advocate of English (or British) interests in North America.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), revolutionary politician and president of the United States of America. Probably from Anglo- + man, punningly after Anglomane or its etymon French anglomane.

Pronunciation

Angloman

/ˈaŋɡləʊˌman/