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Anglian Anglo-Saxon animals barrow beorg British word burh burial burna Celtic century clearing cognate common commonest compound copse Danelaw dative dative plural denu derived from oe early East enclosure England farm feld field-names ford forest funta gives heathen hill homestead instances island land Lane later leah marsh meaning meant medieval Middle English minor names modern form North noun occurs oe word Old English Old English word Old French Old Norse open country origin pagan parish pasture personal name place-names pool probably referred region related word river River Leach river-names Roman secg second element settlement shire spring stream Street street-name survives Sutton Hoo syllable term towns trees Tribal Hidage uncompounded valley verb village water-meadow wella Welsh weoh West Saxon wood woodland Woodnesborough wudu