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km) northwest from Frodingham station on the Penistone and Cleethorpes branch of the Great Central (late. Incidentally the ending -shire comes from OE scir meaning district. eg (later -ey) an island or raised ground surrounded by marsh Godney, Somerset -feld open space later a field Sheffield -ford a river ford Hereford -halh a nook, corner of land Shifnal, Shropshire -ham a homestead Birmingham -hamm an enclosure, water-meadow Passenham, Northants. A Dictionary of English Place Names. Postal orders are issued here, but not paid. Roman names for their main towns were usually replaced with Old English names by the Anglo-Saxons. Citation needed, governance edit, an electoral ward in the same name exists. River Trent, approximately 3 miles (5 km) north-west from.
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The Occupation Sequence,. All of these peoples contributed words which make up the place names we have today. Scottish and Irish place names have Gaelic roots. . The living is a rectory united with the vicarage of Burton-upon-Stather, joint net yearly value 429, including 163 acres of glebe and two houses, in the gift of Sir. In Albarella, U (ed) Environmental Archaeology: Meaning and Purpose. It is particularly exceptional because of the association of 40 buildings, floor surfaces and massive refuse dumps. C eltic place-name elements include: aber- means the mouth of a river in Welsh and Pictish. S candinavian place-name elements include: -bekkr (beck) a farmstead or settlement, then a village Caldbeck, Cumbria -by a farmstead or settlement, then a village Whitby, North Yorkshire -dalr a dale, valley Patterdale, Cumbria -ey an island Orkney -fjall an island Orkney -fjorthr fjordsea inlet Strangford. Ives in Cornwall, from. 1363 Robert Day the vicar". Contents, history edit, on the edge of the village is the site. Bringing their language (p-Celtic) with them. .