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Place-Names of Gloucestershire: A Handbook (Classic Reprint)
W. St. Clair Baddeley
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A.N. influence A.S. Burh Abbey ancient Andoversford Ash-tree Bailiwick belonging Berkeley Bishop's Cleeve Briavels Bristol brook Brookthorp Burh Bussage byrig ceaster Celtic Charfield Charter Cirencester Cleeve Coln combe Corp Cutsdean dative Domesday Duignan early forms element enclosure farm farm-enclosure field-name Flaxley ford Forest of Dene forms are wanting Frocester Gloucester Gloucestershire H.C. Glos hale hamlet Hamm Haresfield Hill homm Hundred known A.S. p.n. land Latin leage Lechlade Lydney meadow Meand meaning medial Meend Mercian Munede Newent Norman occurs Ozleworth Painswick pasture patronymic perhaps personal name Place-names possibly prefix probably prefix represents represents A.S. represents the A.S. ridge river river-name Salperton Saxon scribe sense Sevenhampton Severn signifies Skeat spelling stands for A.S. stream Stroud suffix term terminal Tetbury Tewkesbury Thorp Tidenham to-day unrecorded valley variant village W. H. Stevenson W. W. Skeat Welsh Winchcombe wood Wotton-under-Edge Wyke