Nor·man 1 / ˈnôrmən/ a city in central Oklahoma, south of Oklahoma City, home to the University of Oklahoma; pop. 95,694.Nor·man2 • n. 1. a member of a people of mixed Frankish and Scandinavian origin who settled in Normandy from about ad 912 and became a dominant military power in western Europe and the Mediterranean in the 11th century. ∎ in particular, any of the Normans who conquered England in 1066 or their descendants. ∎ a native or inhabitant of modern Normandy. ∎ any of the English kings from William I to Stephen. 2. the form of French spoken by the Normans.• adj. of, relating to, or denoting the Normans. ∎ denoting, relating to, or built in the style of Romanesque architecture used in Britain under the Normans. ∎ of or relating to modern Normandy.DERIVATIVES: Nor·man·esque / ˌnôrməˈnesk/ adj.Nor·man·ism / -ˌnizəm/ n.Nor·man·ize / -ˌnīz/ v.