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Full text of "A glossary of dialectal place-nomenclature, to which is appended A list of family surnames pronounced differently from what the spelling suggests"

A GLOSSARY 

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/'amity Surnames pronounced differently fivm 



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LONDON V 

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SCARBOROUGH: 

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1883. 



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INSCRIBED 

TO 
JOHN IIKXRV J. \roV.Y, ESQ., 

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MM i U Fkll.NH 

TIM. AUTHOR. 



Preface. 



First Edition having been received with 
such unqualified approval, both by the press 
and by the public, encouraged the Author to pre- 
pare this Second Edition, with considerable additions. 
Several important alterations in the form of the 
work have been made, which it is hoped will be 
found an improvement as well as an advantage. 
The Towns and Villages appear in alphabetical 
order, and also under their respective counties, 
affording greater facilities for the finding of par- 
ticular places. 

For much valuable help, generously given, the 
Author tenders his most grateful thanks to, amongst 
others, the following Ladies and Gentlemen, whose 



VI. 

contributions have assisted materially in the pro- 
duction of the present volume : Rev. Professor 
Skeat, M.A. ; Rev. Chancellor Parish, M.A. ; Rev. 
J. T. Fowler, M.A., F.S.A., M.R.C.S. ; Rev. J. 
Charles Cox ; Rev. W. H. Sewell, M.A. ; Rev. 
Cyne Randolph, M.A. ; Rev. J. Hamblin Smith, 
B.A. ; Rev. Thomas Lees, M.A. ; Rev. ]. Langhorne, 
M.A. ; Rev. Elias Owen, M.A. ; Rev. J. Bowstead 
Wilson, M.A. ; Rev. W. F. Rose, M.A. ; Rev. R. 
E. Cole, M.A. ; A. J. Ellis, Esq., F.R.S. ; A. 
Wallis, Esq. ; T. Holderness, Esq. ; C. H. Poole, 
Esq. j C. Roach Smith, Esq., F.S.A. ; W. Robinson, 
Esq. ; W. H. $. John Hope, Esq., B. A., F.S.A. ; 
R. Holland, Esq. ; A. H. Brown, Esq. ; W. Spurrell, 
Esq.; $. Swithin; Miss Courteney. 

Any additional Names of Places, or of Families, 
however feu>, will be thankfully received by the 
Author, Albion Crescent, Scarborough. 



Contents, 



PRKKACE ... ... ... ... ... v. 

INTRODUCE ... ... ... ... viii. 

. AI.I'HAI;KHCAI. UKDKK ... ... i 

NA.MKS ARRANGED UNDER COUNTIES ... ... 77 

KIVKK NA.MKS ... ... ... ... ... 147 

FAMILY SURNAMES ... ... ... ... 149 

K.vri/i> Ksc.M'KD ... ... . ... 159 

ADVERMM-.V. 160 



3[ntroDuction* 



all the subjects taken up by the English 
Dialect Society, to whose indefatigable labours 
we owe so much, it seems strange that the subject of 
Dialectal Place-Nomenclature should have been almost 
entirely overlooked. From the great and increasing 
interest taken in the study of Place-Names it is the 
more unaccountable. To supply this oversight is 
the primary object of the present work. Professor 
Skeat, writing to Notes and Queries^ 6th S., ii., 50, 
truly remarks "In attempting a collection of Place- 
Names I hope it will be born in mind that what 
we want is the list of them, with the earliest 
spelling where they can be ascertained, (to which 
may be added the local pronunciation when differing 



IX. 

from that suggested by the ordinary mode of spelling, 
which often proves the correct one of the original 
name). The Etymology of Place-Names is extremely 
difficult, and on that account is absolutely revelled in 
by the guess-makers, because they know how hard it 
is to confute them. . . . The Place-Names 
of England are of great interest and value; let us 
not discredit their value by unworthy associations 
with modern guess- work." 

The local cognomens, like the daily language 
still sometimes spoken in our various Counties, are 
fast disappearing, and if those remaining are not 
soon collected, they will be irretrievably lost. Every 
name given is either well known to the Author, or 
has been vouched for by persons residing in the 
districts, of whose reliability there can be no 
possible question. In consequence of the great 
size of the County of York, it has been deemed 
advisable to denote the Ridings in which the 
"Places" are situated; thus the East, North, and 



X. 

West Ridings are represented individually by the 
initial letters E., N., or W. 

The addition to the volume of the list of Family 
Surnames, pronounced differently from what the 
spelling suggests, will not be found altogether use- 
less or devoid of interest. A difficulty has been 
met with, from the fact that there are instances of 
families of the same name, adopting different modes 
of pronunciation to each another; the one given, is 
the best known to the Author, or has been supplied 
to him from undoubted sources. With reference to 
the pronunciation of the name Coke, the following 
anecdote may not be out of place : " When Sir 
Edward Coke was sent to the Tower, they punned 
against him in English. An unpublished letter of 
the day has this curious anecdote The room in 
which he lodged in the Tower had formerly been 
a kitchen, and on his entrance, the L. C. J. read on 
the door the Legend, ' This Kitchen only wants a 



XI. 

The list of Names of Rivers appended is very 
short ; no doubt a very much larger one might be 
made. 

Professor Skeat, writing to the Author, says : 
"The chief thing that strikes me, is that it would 
be convenient to have some exact mode of repre- 
senting pronunciations such as Glossic,' vide Mr. 
Ellis's tract on it. Pronunciations given in approxi- 
mate spellings cannot always be understood." While 
thanking the learned Professor for his kind sugges- 
tion, it has been thought, that as the majority of 
persons do not understand " Glossic, " to have 
published it in such a form, would have rendered 
it, to many, a sealed book ; should, however, a 
third edition ever be called for, a fourth column of 
" Glossic " may be added ; other reasons than 
the one alleged, prevented the addition of such a 
column in the present edition. 

The kind indulgence of the press and of the public, 
for all the shortcomings in this volume ; a consider:! 



Xll. 

tion of the many and great obstacles to be met with 
in its compilation, and an honest desire to make 
the work as complete and accurate as possible, is 
the sincere desire of the Author. 

Velocipede riders, and tourists generally, will find 
this little work of great utility when travelling about 
the country. The rustic has often a very different 
pronunciation for his own, and surrounding villages, 
to what, from the usual mode of spelling, might be 
expected, and completely fails to comprehend when 
he hears them pronounced in any other way than 
his own. 




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Adwalton Atherton 


Yorkshire, \\ 


Achvick Addick 


Yorkshire, W 


Aglionby Allonby 


Cumberland 


Albourne Allbournc 


Sus- 







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tion of the many and great obstacles to be met with 
in its compilation, and an honest desire to make 
the work as complete and accurate as possible, is 



Dialectal Iplacc^omcnclaturc. 



Name. 

Abergavenny 



Acaster 
Acomb 

Add 

Adisham 

Adwalton 

Adwick 

A-Honby 

Albourne 



Pronunciation 

Abergainy 

Abergamy 

Abergenny 

Yakkister 

Aacomb 

Yaccam 

A-dle 

Adsum 

Atherton 

Addick 

Allonby 

Allbourne 



County. 

Monmouthshire 



Yorkshire, E. 
Yorkshire, W. 

Yorkshire 
Kent 

Yorkshire, \\ . 
Yorkshire, W. 
Cumberland 
Sussex 



2 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. County. 


Aldbourne 


A-burn 


Wiltshire 




Awburn 




Alcester 


Alster 


Warwickshire 




Auster 




Aldborough 


Aubruf 


Yorkshire, E. 




Awbero 






Ollbro 






Orlbur 


Norfolk 


Aldby 


Audby 


Cumberland 


Aldchurch 


Orlchurch 


Worcestershire 


Alderley Edge 


Audley Edge 


Cheshire 


Aldersley 


Ortherly 


Staffordshire 


Alderwasley 


Allerslee 


Derbyshire 




Annerslee 




Aldingbourne 


Alldingbourne 


Sussex 


Aldrington 


Alldrington 


Sussex 


Alford 


Arlfold Surrey 


Alfreton Offertun Derbyshire 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 3 


Name. Pronunciation. 


County. 


Alfreton 


Orlfretun 


I >erbyshire 


Alfriston 


Allfristun 


Sussex 




Arfstun 




Allerton 


Ollertun 


Lancashire 


Almondbury 


Aambre 


Yorkshire, \V. 




Ambry 






Awmbre 


Omeby 




Almondsbury Amsbury 


Gloucestershire 


Alnc Horn 


Yorkshire, N. 


Alncniouth Aylemouth 


Northumberland 


Almvick Annick 


Northumberland 


Alresford 


Allsfud 


Hampshire 


Alien 


Arlus 


Staffordshire 


Alsager 


Auger 


Cheshire 




Ausager 




Alston Austun 


Cumberland 


Althorpe Authrup 


Lincolnshire 



4 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Alton 


All-tun 


Hampshire 


Altrincham 


Altringam 


Cheshire 


, 


Autojam 






Autrinjam 






Thrutchm 




Altringham 


Atchum 


Shropshire 


Alvanley 


Auvanly 


Cheshire 


Alvaston 


Auversun 


Derbyshire 




Orlvustun 




Alvechurch 


Allchurch 


Worcestershire 


Alverdiscot 


Alscot 


Devonshire 


Alverham 


Aarum 


Nottinghamshire 


Alvescott 


Alscott 


Oxfordshire 


Alvington 


Allington 


Gloucestershire 


Alwalton 


Allerton 


Huntingdonshire 


Alwoodley Gate 


Anley Gate 


Yorkshire, W. 


Ambrosden 


Amersden 


Oxfordshire 


Amesbury 


Ambry 


Wiltshire 



/Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 5 




Pronunciation. County 


Amotherby 


Amerby 


Yorkshire, N. 




Emmerby 




Aoon 


Orn 


Banffshire 


Applehaigh 


Abbledah 


Yorkshire 


Appletreewick 


Applewick Yorkshire 


Ardingley 


Arding-ly 


Sussex 


Arkholme 


Arram Lancashire 


Arieodon 


Arlton Cumberland 


Armuthwaite 


Arm wit Cumberland 


Arundel 


Arndle Sussex 


Asliburnham 


Eshbrum Sussex 


Ashill 


Ashul Norfolk 


Ashton-undcr-Lyne Aeshin Lancashire 


Askerne 


A scrum 


Yorkshire, \V. 


Astockby 


Aselby 


Lincolnshire 


Aslacton 


Asletun 


Norfolk 


Aspatria 


Spadtry Cumberland 


Aston 


Assn 


Derbyshire 



6 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Athelbampstone 


Atheltun 


Suffolk 


Athelington 


Allingtun 


Suffolk 


Attingham 


Atcham Shropshire 


Atwick 


Attic 


Yorkshire, E. 


Aughton 


I-tun 


Nottinghamshire 


Aumser 


Arn-mer 


Norfolk 


Avebury 


A-bury Wiltshire 


Averham Airham Nottinghamshire 


Avrton Gifford Autun Jiffud Devonshire 


Aycliff 


Yackley 


Durham 


Aylsham 


Elshum 


Norfolk 




Elsum 




Ayott 


Ait 


Hertfordshire 


Ayton 


Yattun 


Yorkshire, N. 


Ayton, Little 


Canny Aytun 


Yorkshire, N. 




Canny Yattun 




Baber 


Borber 


Norfolk 


Babingley 


Beverley Norfolk 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 7 


:ne. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Badgeworthy 


Badjery 


Gloucestershire 


Badingham 


Baddegum 


Suffolk 


Badlesmere 


Bardsmere Kent 




Basmere 




Bagworth 


Bagurth 


Leicestershire 


Bailiffe Bridge Belley Brig Yorkshire, W. 


Baithley 


Bale 


Norfolk 


Bate 


Bah-la 


Merionethshire 


Balcombe 


Borl-cum 


Sussex 


Bale Baithley 


Norfolk 


Harfrestone Hars'n 


Kent 


P.arstun 




Barkisland I'.arsland 


Yorkshire, \\ 


1'arkston Harson 


Lincolnshire 


Bariborough Unlbro 


1 >erbyshire 


I'.arnard Castle Barney Cassel Durham 


r.arnardibton Bernstun Suffolk 


r.arnborough l.armbcr Yorkshire, \\ . 



8 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature, 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Barnby-on-Dun Barmby Dun 


Yorkshire, W. 


Barnetby Barnaby 


Lincolnshire 


Barnoldswick Barnowick 


Yorkshire, W. 




Barlick 




Barnsley 


Bairnsla 


Yorkshire, W. 


Barnstaple 


Barnstupple 


Devonshire 




Barum 




Barrow 


Barrer 


Derbyshire 


Barsham Bashum 


Norfolk 


Barugh Barf 


Yorkshire, W. 




Bark 




Barwick 


Barrick 


Norfolk 


Basford Baysfud 


Nottinghamshire 


Bastingham Bazyngame 


Norfolk 


Basingstoke Bazing-stoke 


Hampshire 


Bastwick 


Barstwick 


Norfolk 


Bawburgh Babur 


Norfolk 


Berber 

i 





Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


9 


Name. 


Pronunciation . 


County. 




Bawdenwell 


Hardsell 


Norfolk 






Bordsell 














Bayards Green 


Bayars Green 


Oxfordshire 






Bears Green 






I'.eaconsfield 


Beckuns-fld 


Buckinghamshire 


Mea minster 


Bemmister 


Dorsetshire 




Beauchief 


Bee-chif 


Derbyshire 




Beaulieu 


Bewly 


Hampshire 




lieaumaris 


Bo-marris 


Anglesea 






Bo-moris 






Beaupore 


Bew-per 


Ciiamorganshire 


Deckbrooke 


i'.e^brook 


Oxfordshire 




I'.cdale 


Bee'die 


Yorkshire, N 




fcdingfield 


Bcddcnfcld 


SufTolk 




Bedworth 


Beroth 


\Var\vickshire 




Beefofd 


r.ccfath 


\Orkshirc, K. 




Beeston 


Beesun 


Norfolk 




Nottinghamshire 



io Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Belaugh 


Bee-lo 


Norfolk 


Bellingham 


Bellinjam 


Northumberland 


Belper 


Bilper 


Derbyshire 


Belvoir 


Bee-ver 


Leicestershire 


Bensington 


Bensun 


Oxfordshire 


Berkeley 


Barkly 


Gloucestershire 


Berwick 


Berrick 


Sussex 


fc*****^ 


JWArfej 


Berwick-on-Tweed 


Bessingby 


Beznby 


Yorkshire, E. 


Bettws-y-Coed 


Bet'toesuhKode 


Carnarvonshire 


Bewholme 


Bewan 


Yorkshire, E. 


Bexhill 


Baxhill 


Sussex 


Bicester 


Bister 


Oxfordshire 


Bicton Biccun 


Shropshire 


Biddeford Bidefud 


Devonshire 


Biddenham Bidnum 


Bedfordshire 


Biddulph Moor Biddle Moor Staffordshire 


Bildeston Bilstun Suffolk 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. u 


Name. 

Billingford 


TJ_-_ .___*__ 

.rronuncuuion. 

Bellingfor 


County 

Norfolk 


Binghclure 


Burclere 


Hampshire 


Bircham 


Barchm 


Norfolk 


r.irchover 


Bircher 


Derbyshire 


Uirdsall 


Bodsill 


Yorkshire, E. 


Birkthwaite 


Burthut 


Cumberland 


Birmingham 


Brum Warwickshire 




Brummajum 




I'.isham 


Bissun 


Berkshire 


Bishopsfrome 


Bishfrome Hampshire 


Bistre 


Beastbree 


Flintshire 




Beasttree 




T.ixton 


Bix'n 


Norfolk 


Ulackfordby Blofurdby 


Leicestershire 


Blackwell Blecklc 


Cumberland 


Bletchingly Bletchinglye 


Surrey 


Bloxwich Bloxidge 


Staffordshire 


Blythborough Blybro 


Suffolk 



12 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Bobbingworth 


Buvvinger 


Essex 


Bodiam 


Bodj'm 


Sussex 


' Bodlestreet Green 


Boodle Street 


Sussex 


Bollington 


Bollit'n 


Cheshire 


Bolney 


Boleney 


Sussex 


Bolsover 


Bouser 


Derbyshire 


Bolton 


B6-tn 


Lancashire 




Bow-tn 




Bonsai 


Bonser 


Derbyshire 


Bonvilston 


Bolstun 


Glamorganshire 


Booth Dean 


Booith Deyne 


Yorkshire, W. 


Booth Town 


Boors Taan 


Yorkshire, W. 




Booith Taan 




Boraston 


Burraston 


Shropshire 


Borrowash 


Burro Wash 


Derbyshire 




Burros Ash 




Bosham 


Bos-ham 


Sussex 


Boston 


Bawstun 


Lincolnshire 



I Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. \ ; 


Name. 


Pronunciation* 


County 


Boteadale 


Badsdale 


Suffolk 




Budsdale 




Bothai 


Botal 


Northumberland 


Bothamsall 


Bottomsall 


Nottinghamshire 


Bottesford 


Bots-urth 


Lincolnshire 




Bots-uth 




Hots-wurth 




Bottisham Botsum 


Cambridgeshire 


Boultham 


Boothuni 


Lincolnshire 


Boulton Boletun 


Derbyshire 




Boot'n 


I encash ire- 


Eovcncy Buvny 


Buckinghamshire 


Bovcy Tracey Buwy 


Devonshire 


T.racebridge Braccbrig 


Lincolnshire 


Bradford 


Bradfurth 


Yorkshire, \V. 


Bradwell 


BradeU 


Essex 


Braithwell 


I'.rcwell 


Yorkshire, \Y. 


Bramcotte 


Bruncut 


Warwick shire 



14 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name 


Pronunciation. County. 


Bramford 


Brahmfud 


Suffolk 


Brampton 


Brantun 


Cumberland 


Brampton Brian 


Brawn 


Shropshire 


Brandon 


Brand 


Norfolk 


Brassington 


Brassn 


Derbyshire 


Brathay Brathur 


Lancashire 


Braysworth Braysur Suffolk 


Breaston 


Breesun Derbyshire 


Brecknock 


Breckon Westmoreland 


Brecon 


Breckun Brecknockshire 


Brentford 


Brainford 


Middlesex 




Bran ford 




Brentwood 


Burntood 


Essex 


Breasingham 


Bressengen 


Norfolk 


Brewood 


Brood 


Staffordshire 


Brideston 


Biddestun 


Devonshire 


Bridlington 


Bollingtun Yorkshire, E. 


Brighouse Brighus Yorkshire, W. 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 15 


Name. Pronunciation. 


County. 


Brighthelmstone , Brytun 


Sussex 


Drightlingsea Bricklesea 


Essex 


Ilrislington 


Bustun 


Somersetshire 


Hrockdish 


Bro-dish 


Norfolk 




Bror-dish 




Hrockford 


Brockfud 


Suffolk 


Brockholes 


Brockhoiles 


Yorkshire, W. 


Brodsworth 


Brods-uth 


Yorkshire, \\ . 


Bromborough Brumbro' 


Cheshire 


;iley 


Bromley 


Staffordshire- 


Brompton 


Brumptun 


Kent 


r.rumptum 


Yorkshire, N. 


Bruntun 




Bromwidi, West Urumu!. 


Staffordshire 


Brookhampton BrockingtaD 


Gloucestershire 


Brothcrikckl Butter Ilket 


Cumberland 


trough Brufif 


Derbyshire 


Brougham Broom 


Westmoreland 



1 6 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


Name. Pronunciation. 


County. 


Broughton, Church Church Brortun Derbyshire 


Buckenham 


Buck-num 


Norfolk 




j 


Bucklow Hill 


Buckley Hill 


Cheshire 


Buildwas 


Bildus 


Shropshire 




Billwus 




Bulkington 


Buckingl-un Warwickshire 


Bullingham 


Ballinjm 


Herefordshire 




Bullinjam 




Bulpham 


Bulham 


Essex 


Bumvell 


Bun-ell 


Norfolk 


Burdale 


Bod-ill 


Yorkshire 


Burgh 


Burg 


Lincolnshire 




Burrer 


Norfolk 


Burlington 


Bollitun Yorkshire, E. 


Burnby 


Bonby Yorkshire, E. 


Burstwick Bostweek Yorkshire, E. 


Burton Bot'n Yorkshire, E. 


Bottun Lincolnshire 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 1 7 




Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 




Hurton Pidsea 


Bottun Pidsa 


Yorkshire, E. 




P.urwash 


Burrish 


Sussex 




Burwash Weald 


Burrish Weel 


Sussex 




Hylaugh 


Bee-16 


Norfolk 




Cadeby 


Catby 


Yorkshire, W. 




Cadenham 


Cadnam 


Hampshire 




( 'uder Idris 


Kad-er E-dris 


Merionethshire 




( aerleon 
&jfr 

I( aim 


Kar-leen 

V* 

Carn 


Monmouthshire 

Cornwall 




( aim Kend/lirk 


Kenidjeck Cornwall 




Caldecote 


Corket Norfolk 




CaldweU 


Kaulder Yorkshire. \ 




Calke Abbey 


Cork Abbey Derbyshire 




Calthwaite 


C'awthut 


Cumberland 


a. 


( alva 


Cova 


Cumberland 




erley 


Cawvla 


Yorkshire, W. 




Calveshay 


Classy 


Somersetshire 




C.'anonfrome Canfroom Herefordshire 




D 



1 8 Dialectal Place? Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. County. 


Canon Pyon 


Canon Progown 


Herefordshire 


Carew 


Carey 


Pembrokeshire 


Carhampton 


Cramptun 


Somersetshire 


Carisbrooke 


Kaizbrooke 


Hampshire 


Carlisle 


Carell 


Cumberland 




Carlile 






Curlile 




Carmarthen 


Kar-mar-thn 


Carmarthenshire 


Carr Lane 


Carr Loin 


Yorkshire, W. 


Carshalton 


Case-halton 


Surrey 




Case-hortun 






Kays-hortun 




Carsington 


Carsun 


Norfolk 


Cartworth 


Cartwoth 


Yorkshire, W. 


Caston 


Carsun 


Cumberland 


Catsfield 


Catsful 


Sussex 


Catwick 


Cattick Yorkshire, E. 


Caverham Canum Suffolk 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. \ 9 


\ (J ' ' ,1 */! I/%M 




Caversfield 


Casefield 


Oxfordshire 


( 'awood 


an I 


Yorkshire, \V. 


( 'uwston 


>um 


Norfolk 


Cawthorne 


Cawthron 


Yorkshire, \V. 




Cawthrum 




Chaddesden 


Chadsun 


Derbyshire 


Chaddesley 


Chaggclc) \\ orcestershirc 


Chalvington 


Cliarsiton 


Sussex 


Chantlingbury 


Shankbury 


Su.s 


Chapel-cn-le-Fritb 


Chappie Frith 


1 >erbyshirc 


Charweltoo 


Charltun 


Northamptonshire 


Chatham 


Chattuin 


kent 


Chcadlc Hulme 


Cheddlc Eumo 


Cheshire 


Chcdgravc 


Chedgruv 


Norfolk 


Chellaston Chellassun 


Derbyshire 


Chelmondeston Chemstun 


Suffolk 






Chelmsford Chemsfud 


Essex 


Chevct Chete 


Yorkshire 



20 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 

Chichester 


Pronunciation. 

Chidstur 


County. 

Sussex 


Chidcock 


Chiddick 


Dorsetshire 


Chiddingly 


Chidding-lye 


Sussex 


Chiswick Chiz-ick Middlesex 


Cholmondeley Chumley Cheshire 


Cholmondeston Chumston Cheshire 


Church Broughton Church Brortun Derbyshire 


Churchdown Chozun 


Gloucestershire 


Churwell Churrill 


Yorkshire, W. 


Cirencester 


Cisiter 


Gloucestershire 




Ciziter 






Serenster 






Sister 




Claverley 


Clare-ly 


Shropshire 


Clehonger 


Clonggur 


Herefordshire 






Cleobury Mortimer 


Clebbury 


Shropshire 




Clo-bury 




Cley-next-the-Sea 


Cly Norfolk 



Dialectal Flacc-Nomenaatit)\. 21 


Name. 

Clifton 


Pronunciation 

Cliffun 


County 

Gloucestershire 


Cloughton 


Clo-tun Yorkshire, N. 




Clowtun 


Cockley Cloy Cockley Cly Norfolk 


Coggeshall Cockshall Essex 




Cogsliall 


Coxall 


Cogsliall 


Cockshall Cheshire 


Colby 


Cole-by Norfolk 


Colchester 


Cole-chester Essex 




Cou-chester 




Coiey 


Cooaley 


Yorkshire, \\ . 


Colkirk 


Coal-kirk 


Norfolk 


Collycroft 


Collycraft 


Warwickshire 


Colncy 


Co-ney 


Norfolk 


Colsterworth 


Coatsworth 


Lincolnshire 




Coltseralt 




Coltishall Colsil Norfolk 



22 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Coltishall 


Coltsul 


Norfolk 


Colveston 


Colstun 


Norfolk 






Colwich 


College Staffordshire 


Colwich 


Collick Nottinghamshire 


Colwinston 


Colstun 


Glamorganshire 


Condover 


Cundover 


Shropshire 


Congleton 


Congertun 


Cheshire 


Coniscliffe 


Cunscliff 


Durham 


Conquesbury 


Coomsbury 




Consall 


Cunsall 


Staffordshire 


Convent Garden 


Common Garden Middlesex 




Covent Garden 




Corthingstock 


Costock 


Nottinghamshire 


Corsham 


Cosham 


Wiltshire 


Cosham 


Coo-ham 


Hampshire 


Costessey 


Cossy 


Norfolk 


Cotherston 


Cutherstun 


Yorkshire, N. 


Cottenham Cotnam Cambridgeshire 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 23 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Coton 


Cowiton 


\\'ar wick shire 


Cowen 


Cow-en 


Scotland 




Co-en 


England 


Cowlingc 


Coolinge 


Suffolk 


Coxwold 


Cookwood 


Yorkshire, N. 


Cranswick 


Cransick 


Yorkshire 


Cranwich 


Cranice 


Norfolk 


Cranworth 


Cranner 


Norfolk 


( 'rediton 


Kirtun 


Devonshire 


isingham 


Crissenjim 


Norfolk 


Crich 


Crych 


Derbyshire 


Ciomford 


Crumfud 


Derbyshire 


Cromwell Bottom 


Crumill Botham Nottinghamshire 


Crostwick Crossick 


Norfolk 


Crostwight Corsit 


Norfolk 


ughton Crowtun Northamptonshire 


Crowborough Crowbor Sussex 


Crowle Croole Lincolnshire 



24 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Croxton Park 


Crosn Park 


Leicestershire 




Crostun Park 






Crozen Park 




Cruxton 


Cuxstone 


Kent 


Cuckfield 


Cookfield 


Sussex 




Cuckfull 




Cudham 


Coodam 


Kent 


Cudworth 


Cooduth 


Yorkshire, W. 




Cudoth 




Culworth 


Culloth 


Northamptonshin 


Cumberworth 


Cumber-woth i Yorkshire, W. 


Cuperham 


Keppernum 


Hampshire 


Dalbury 


Dorlbury 


Derbyshire 


Balling 


Dorling Norfolk 


Dallington 


Dollington Sussex 


Dalston 


Dawstun Cumberland 


Danbury 


Da-enbury Essex 


Daresbury Darsbury Cheshire 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 25 


Name. 


Pronunciation. County. 


Darlington 


Darntun Durham 


Dartmoor 


Dartymor 


Devonshire 


Dartmouth 


Dartymuth 


Devonshire 


1 )avenham 


Dagnum 


Essex 


Davenham 


Dane-um 


Cheshire 


Daventry 


Danetry 


Northamptonshire 




Dauntry 




Debach 


Debbage 


Suffolk 


I >enbigh 


Denby 


Denbighshire 


Uenby Dale 


Demby Dale 


Yorkshire, \\ . 


Denholmc 


Dennum 


Yorkshire, \\ 


Derby 


Darby 


Derbyshire 


Deopham 


Deepum 


Norfolk 


Dcptford 


Detfud 


Kent 


Dereham 


Dareum 


Norfolk 


1 )ewsbury 


1 )aouzbry 


Yorkshire. \\ 




1 )c \vsbre 




Dincestow Dinaslow Monmouthshire 


K 



26 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Dittisham 


Ditsum 


Devonshire 


Docking 


Dockun 


Norfolk 


Dodworth 


Dod-uth 


Yorkshire, W 


Dolgelly 


Dol-gethly 


Merionetshire 


Donington, Castle 


Dunningtun 


Leicestershire 




Dunnitun 




Dovedale 


Duv-dale 


Derbyshire 


Dowthorpe 


Doo-thrup 


Yorkshire, E. 


Driffield 


Dhrifful 


Yorkshire, E. 


Duckingfield 


Duckenfelt 


Cheshire 


Duls Coppice 


Doo-cups 


Hampshire 


Dunningworth 


Dunnurth 


Suffolk 


Durham 


Dore-um 


Durham 




Dorm 




Eardswick 


Yarsick 


Cheshire 


Earshani 


Ar-shun 


Norfolk 


Easington Ezingtun 


Yorkshire, W. 


Ez-ntun 





Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 27 


Name. 

Easingwold 


Pronunciation. 

Eseingwood 


County 

Yorkshire, N. 


Kastbury 


Ice-bury 


Berkshire 


4on 


Ese-un 


Norfolk 


Ecchingswell 


Etchinswcll 


Berkshire 


Edenhall 


Ede-nal 


Cumberland 


Edensor 


Ensur 


Derbyshire 


I'd \\instone 


Eden^tu 


Nottinghamshire 


1 i 


Bggleacliffe 


Eagles-cliff Yorkshire 




Excliff 


Eglinham 


Eglinjam Northumberland 


Elland 


Yelland Yorkshire, W. 


Kntwistle 


Tinsul 


Lancashire 


Epworth 


Eppwitb 


Lincolnshire 


Erpinghani 


Arp ing-gam 


Norfolk 


Escrick 


Escrit 


Yorkshire, E. 


Eskdale 


Ashdale 


Cumberland 


Etchingham 


Etching-ham 


Sussex 


Etruria 


Truria 


Staffordshire 



28 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Etruria 


Trury 


Staffordshire 


Evenley 


Eamley 


Northamptonshire 


Evesbach 


Ezbridge Herefordshire 


Evesham 


E-sn 


Worcestershire 




E-sham 






E-sum 




Evenny 


Wenny 


Glamorganshire 


Eyam 


Em 


Derbyshire 


Eye 


Aye 


Suffolk 


Palmer 


Farmer 


Sussex 


Fam bridge 


Fahmbridge 


Essex 


Fangfoss 


Fankess 


Yorkshire 


Farnley 


Faernley 


Yorkshire 


Farnworth 


Farnoth 


Lancashire 


Faulkbourne 


Fobern 


Essex 


Fawkham 


Fakeham 


Kent 


Fearnal Heath 


Furnul H. 


Worcestershire 


Felmersham Fensum 


Bedfordshire 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 29 


Name. 


Pronunciation 


County 


l-'elmcrsham 


Fenshum 


Bedfordshire 


I'crsfield 


Farsfield 


Norfolk 


I-iniber 


Fimer 


Yorkshire, E. 


Finningley 


Finlah 


Nottinghamshire 


Mcmingston 


Flimstun 


Glamorganshire 


Flitwick 


Flittick 


Bedfordshire 


Flixton 


Flee-sn 


Yorkshire, E. 


Flotmanby 


Flotnby 


Yorkshire, E. 


Foleshill 


Foicehill 


Warwickshire 


Folkingham 


Fockingham Lincolnshire 


Folkington 


Fowington Sussex 


Folktoo 


Fowtun 


Yorkshire, E. 


Fouldon 


Fouden 


Norfolk 


Foulsham 


Foul-sum 


Norfolk 


Foxeton 


Foxtun 


Cambridgeshire 


Fox-le-henning 


Foxnailin 


Cumberland 


Framlingham 


Frammingham Suffolk 


Fransham 


Fransum 


Norfolk 



30 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Fransham 


Frarnsum 


Norfolk 


Fritwell 


Frittell 


Oxfordshire 


Frocester 


Froster 


Gloucestershire 


Frodsham 


Fradsum 


Cheshire 


Frome 


Froome 


Somersetshire 


Fulmodeston 


Full-mes-tun 


Norfolk 


Funtington 


Fundan 


Sussex 


Gainsborough 


Gainsber 


Lincolnshire 


Gamblesby 


Gammelsby 


Cumberland 


Garboldisham 


Feltum 


Norfolk 




Garblesum 




Garendon 


Garitun 


Leicestershire 


Garston, East 


Argisun 


Berkshire 


Gayton 


Gytan 


Norfolk 


Gestwick 


Gestic 


Norfolk 


Giethwaites 


Giefitts 


Yorkshire 


Gillerthwaite 


Gillerthet 


Cumberland 


Gipping 


Gip'n 


Norfolk 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 31 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Glandford 


Glanfer 


Norfolk 


Glasbury 


Glaizberry 


Radnorshire 


Glencoin 


Lenkerrin 


Cumberland 


Gloucester 


Gloster 


Gloucestershire 


Glyndyfwydwy 


Glindowdwy 


Wales 


Gnosal 


Nosle 


Shropshire 


Goathurst 


Go-thurst 


Somersetshire 


Godalming 


God-alm-ing 


Surrey 


(iodnestone 


(iunstun 


Kent 


G clear 


Gowker 


Yorkshire 


Goldthrop 


Go-thrup 


Yorkshire 


(ionerby 


Gunnerby 


Lincolnshire 


Gooderstone 


Goodsun 


Norfolk 


Good man ham 


Good-ma-dm 


Yorkshire, E. 


(ioodnestone 


Godstone 


Kent 




Gunstone 




Gotherington 


Guthertun 


Gloucestershire 


Goudhurst Gowdhurst Kent 



32 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Goxhill 


Gousle 


Lincolnshire 


Goxhill 


Gousal 


Yorkshire, E. 




Gowsill 




Gracedieu 


Grasedy 


Leicestershire 


Grappenhall 


Gropnal Cheshire 


Grassington 


Girstun Yorkshire, W. 


Grassmere 


Gursmer Westmoreland 


Graveney 


Grainey Kent 


Greenwich 


Grinidge Kent 


Gresley 


Greezly 


Derbyshire 


Gressenhall 


Gres-lin 


Norfolk 




Gres-nel 


Gretworth 


Greatworth 


Oxfordshire 




Greetworth 




Grimston 


Grimsun 


Norfolk 


Grindall 


Grundill 


Yorkshire, E. 


Gringley 


Grinley 


Nottinghamshire 


Gristhorpe Gricethrup 


Yorkshire, E. 



Dialt'idi/ riiicc-Xomenclature. 33 




itinciation. County. 


( Irundisbury 


( irunsbro' 


Norfolk 


Gunthwaite 


Gunfit 


Yorkshire 


Haddiscoe 


Hadsco 


Norfolk 




Hadsker 




I la^m-s ,/- Hawnes Hains 


Bedfordshire 


Hailsham 


Helshum 


Sussex 


Halesworth 


Harsler 


Norfolk 


Hallalum^-Hallon Morn 


Shropshire 


Halloughton 


I lortn 


tinghamshire 


1 lalshain 


.\\vsum 


Yorkshire, 




Hornsum 




Halton 


Rawtun 


Cheshire 


I lamkodon 




Suffolk 


1 lanworth 


Manner 


Norfolk 


Happisburgh Ila/ohoro 


rfolk 


Hardini^hani :\lcngini Norfolk 


Hard\v : Hardick Derbyshire 


Hardwick Harrick Lincolnshire 



34 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Hardwick 


Haddick 


Norfolk 


Harewood 


Harwood 


Yorkshire 


Harewood Dale 


Harredale 


Yorkshire, N. 




Harwood Dale 




Hargham 


Harfum 


Norfolk 


Harlaxton 


Harlastun 


Lincolnshire 


Hartlepool 


Hartley-pool 


Durham 


Hartshead 


Harchit 


Yorkshire, W. 


Harwich 


Harridge 


Essex 


Harwood 


Harrud 


Yorkshire 


Harworth 


Harroth 


Nottinghamshire 


Hachesdon 


Hayson 


Suffolk 


Hatfield 


Hatfeld 


Hertfordshire 


Hautbois 


Hobbies 


Norfolk 




Hobbos 




Haverfordwest 


Harfoard West 


Pembrokeshire 


Hawarden Harding 


Flintshire 




Hard'n 





Dialectal Flace-Noincnclat* 35 




Pronunciation. County 


I lawarden 


Hord'n 


I ; lintshire 


1 1 awes 


Hose 


Cumberland 


Ha wick 


Hoick 


Northumberland 


llavvncstf/- ilagnes Mains 


Bedfordshire 


Haworth 


Horcth 


Yorkshire, \V. 


I laynford 


Hanfer 


Norfolk 


Hcathiicld 


Heffui 


Sussex 


Hcaton 


Yetton 


Yorkshire, \V. 


Heckmondwike 


Heckonwick 


Yorkshire, W. 


Hedensford 


Hechford 


Staffordsliirc 




Hedgeford 




Heigham 


Hayum 


Norfolk 




Highum 




Heighington 


Ainton 


Durham 


Helhoughton 


Hellotn 


Norfolk 


Hellesden 


Helsdun 


Norfolk 


Hellingley 


Hellinglye 


SUM 




Herringlyc 





36 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature 


Name. 

Hemsworth 


Pronunciation. 

Himswuth 


Count}-. 

Yorkshire, W. 


Heptonstall 


Hepponstel 


Yorkshire, W. 


Hertford 


Harfud 


Hertfordshire 


Heslington 


Hezlerton 


Yorkshire, N. 


Heveringland 


Haverland 


Norfolk 


Heveringham 


Hennygm 


Suffolk 


Rewards Hawth 


Hey woods Heath Sussex 


Heworth 


Hewith 


Yorkshire 


Heydour 


Aselby 


Lincolnshire 


Heywood 


Yehwood 


Lancashire 


Hickling 


Hicklun 


Norfolk 


Higham 


Hick'n 


Yorkshire 


High Hoy land 


Hegh Huyland 


Yorkshire, W. 


High Legh 


High Lee 


Cheshire 


Hightown 


Hetaan 


Yorkshire, W. 


Hindolveston 


Hilverstun 


Norfolk 




Hindlestone 




Hipperholme 


Hiprum 


Yorkshire, W. 



37 


Name. 

1 liston 


Pronunciation 

Hissn 


..nty 

Cambridgeshire 


II out h ley 


Hoodlye 


Su^ 


fold 


Hockold 


Wiltshire 


Ilodyoad 


Hoddyod 


Cumberland 


Hue (V HOO 


How 


Norfolk 


Hoi. 


Hob 


Nottinghamshire 


1 lulcilt 


Huccot 


Bedfordshire 


Holdsworth 


Hollder 


Yorkshire, \\ . 




Holldeth 




Holborn 


II 6 burn 


Middle. 


Holincote 


Honey cut 


Somersetshire 


Ik.lker 


Hooker 


Lancashire 


Hollesley 


Hosely 


Suffolk 


Holme 


Holl'm 


Norfolk 


Holm Hall 


Home 


Norfolk 


1 lolmpton 


Humpton 


Yorkshire 




Umptun 




Holyxvcll Green 


HollywellGreeil 


Yorkshire, W. 



38 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Hone 


Hoone 


Sussex 


Hooton Pagnall 


Hutton Pannell 


Yorkshire 


Hopwas 


Hoppus 


Shropshire 


Horsemounces 


Hurstmonceaux Sussex 


Horstow 


Hostow 


Lincolnshire 


Horningsea 


Hornsey 


Cambridgeshire 


Horsham S. Faith 


Horsham S. Fays Norfolk 


Hough 


Huff 


Cumberland 


Houghton 


Hoetun 


Norfolk 


Houghton 


Hoetun 


Sussex 


Hoxne 


Hoxen 


Suffolk 


Hughendon 


Hilchendun 


Buckinghamshire 




Hitchendun 




Hullavington 


Hullington 


Wiltshire 


Hull Senna 


Hosenna 


Cheshire 


Hulme 


Hoom 


Lancashire 


Humbleton 


Hummelton 


Yorkshire, E. 


Hunmanby 


Hunnenby 


Yorkshire, E, 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 39 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Hunstanton 


Hunstun 


Norfolk 


Hurst Monceaux 


Harsmouncy 


Sussex 




Hossmouncies 






Hurstmounceys 




Hutton 


Yuttn 


Yorkshire, E. 


Hutton Buscel 


Hutton Bushel 


Yorkshire, N. 


Mydc 


Heyde 


Cheshire 


Idridgchav 


Ithersea 


Derbyshire 


[Ifracombe 


Ilfra-coom 


Devonshire 


Ilkeston 


Ilsn 


Derbyshire 


Elkley 


Eethla 


Yorkshire, W. 


IMcy Walton 


Kasly \\'arton 


Leicestershire 


Inbirchworth 


Burchwoth 


Yorkshire 


Ipswich 


Ips-ich 


Suffolk 




Ipswitch 




Irton 


Hott'n 


Yorkshire 


I sic worth Ilswurtli 


Middle- 


I-sle-wurth 



40 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature, 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Isleworth 


Izlewurth 


Middlesex 


Islip 


I-slip 


Oxfordshire 


Jedburgh 


Jethart 


Roxburgshire 


Kedleston 


Kelsn 


Derbyshire 


Keighley 


Kleethla 


Yorkshire, W. 




Keethly 




Kelsall 


Kelsa 


Cheshire 


Kelswick 


Kelsick 


Cumberland 


Kelvedon Hatch 


Keldon Hatch 


Essex 


Kenilworth 


Killingworth 


Warwickshire 


Kenninghall 


Kennigle 


Norfolk 


Kersley 


Carsley 


Warwickshire 


Keswick 


Kessick Norfolk 


Keswick 


Kezzick Cumberland 


Kexborough 


Kesper 


Yorkshire, W. 


Keyingham 


Kenningham Yorkshire, E. 


Keymer 


Kymer 


Sussex 


Keyso 


Kayso 


Bedfordshire 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 41 


Name. Pronunciation. 


County. 


Keyworth 


Kee-uth 


Leicestershire 


Kidderminster 


Kiddy 


\Yorcestershire 


Kilmvick Percy 


Killick P. 


Yorkshire, E. 


Kjnglyvale 


Kindervale 


Sussex 


Kings Pyon 


Progown 


Herefordshire 


Kimvarton 


Kinnertun 


Warwickshire 


Kirkcudbright Kircoobry Kirkcudbright- 




shire 


Kirdford 


Kirdfoord 


Sussex 


Kirkby T-hore 


Kirby Thuro 


\\estmoreland 


Kirkheaton 


Kurkyeaton 


Yorkshire, \\". 




Veaton 




Kirkleavington 


Kilton 


Yorkshire, N. 


Kirkkv> 


Kirkless 


Yorkshire. \\ 


Kirkixwald 


Kirk i Cumberland 




Kirkux/.le 


Kirk Thorpe Kithrup Yorkshire 


Kirton Kcttn Lincolnshire 



42 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Kineton 


Keet'n 


Warwickshire 


Knapton 


Nappn 


Yorkshire 


Knapton 


Naptn 


Norfolk 


Kneesall 


Kneaser 


Nottinghamshire 


Kniveton 


Niftun 


Derbyshire 


Knockholt 


Nockle 


Kent 


Kyre 


Keer 


Worcestershire 


Lacra 


Laacra 


Cumberland 


Lammas 


Lam-us 


Norfolk 


Lanehead 


Lomhead 


Yorkshire, W. 


Langford 


Lang-fer 


Norfolk 


Langharne 


Larne 


Carmarthenshire 


Langhterton 


Loutertun 


Lincolnshire 


Langwathby 


Langanby 


Cumberland 




Langonby 




Lanyon Guvit 


Lennine Guvit 


Cornwall 


Laughten-en-le- 


Lightning in th< 


1 


Morthen 


Morning Yorkshire 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 43 


Name. 


Pronunciation. County. 


Laughton 


Loffn 


Lincolnshire 


1 -aunceston 


Lans'n 


Cornwall 


I .avendon 


Laundun 


Bedfordshire 


1 .avington 


Lentun 


Lincolnshire 


Leckhampton Lackington 


Gloucestershire 


1 




Leckingtun 


Leicester 


Lester 


Leicestershire 


Leigh Laych 


Lancashire 


1 .eigh Lie 


Surrey 


Leigh 


Leyth 




Leigh-on-Mendip Lie on Mendip Somersetshire 


Leighton Buzzard Laytun Beande- 




scott 


Bedfordshire 


Lei nster 


Lenstur 


Ireland 


Leiston 


Laysun 


Suffolk 


Leith 


teeth 


Scotland 


Lcitrini Leetrim 


Connaught, 


Ireland 



44 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Leizate 


Ledjet 


Norfolk 


Leintwardine 


Lantwardine 


Herefordshire 








Lentwardine 


Leman L'man | Middlesex 


Leominster Lemster Herefordshire 


Letheringsett Larnsett Norfolk 


Lewes Lu-is Sussex 




Lu-ez 




Lightcliffe 


Leetcliff 


Yorkshire, W. 


Lilleshall 


Linsell 


Shropshire 


Lincoln 


Lincun 


Lincolnshire 


Lindley 


Linly 


Yorkshire, W. 


Linthwaite 


Linfit 


Yorkshire, W. 


Litchurch 


Leechuch 


Derbyshire 


Liverpool 


Lurple 


Lancashire 


Llandudno 


Landidno 


Carnarvonshire 


Llangollen 


Thlangothlan Denbyshire 


Lockwood 


l.ockerd Yorkshire, W. 



Hialcctal Place- Nomenclature. 45 


Pronunciation. 


County' 






Lofthouse 


Loftus 


Yorkshire, W. 


L ol worth 


Lolo 


Cambridgeshire 


London 


Lundun 


Middlesex 




Lunnun 




Londonthorpe 


Lunnunthorp Lincolnshire 






Longwood 


Longud Yorkshire, \V. 


Loo 


Lose 


Kent 


Loughborough Luff-boro 


Leicestershire 


I.OUth 


Low-ath 


Lincolnshire 


Ludgvan 


Lidgun 


Cornwall 


Lurgashall 


Ludgershawl 


Sussex 


Luitcrworth 


Littlewurth 


Leicestershire 


Lyminster 


Linstur 


Sus 


Macdesfield 


Maxfield 


Cheshire 




Maxfilt 






Maxlt 




M adder n 


Madron 


Cornwall 


Maevvul 


Maylield 


Sussex 



46 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Maidstone 


Medstun 


Kent 


Malham 


Mawn 


Yorkshire, W. 


Mailing 


Marling 


Sussex 


Mailing 


Morling 


Kent 


Malpas 


Morpus 


Cheshire 


Maltishall 


Matsel 


Norfolk 


Malton 


Morltun 


Yorkshire, N. 


Malvern 


Marvun 


Worcestershire 




Mollvim 






Morvun 




Mancester 


Mancettur 


Warwickshire 


Manghonby 


Maughonby 




Manthorpe 


Mantrup 


Lincolnshire 


Marfleet 


Marflit 


Yorkshire, E. 


Margaretting 


Margetting 


Essex 


Markeaton 


Mart'n 


Derbyshire 


Marlborough 


Morlboro' 


Wiltshire 


Marlingford 


Marlnfud 


Norfolk 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 47 




Pronunciation. County. 


Marston Marsn 


Derbyshire 


Marston Jabbet 


Mas'n 


\\'ar\vickshire 


Mart ham 


Matham 


Norfolk 


Marylebone 


Marrowbone 


Middlesex 




Marrybone 




^ I asborough 


Mazbrer 


Yorkshire, \V. 


Mastock 


Mastick 


Sussex 


Mattishall 


Matsel 


Norfolk 


Maughan, Saint 


Maffin 


Monmouthshire 


Mauu r lianby Maffenby 


Cumberland 


Moffenby 




Maultby 


N I orby 


Norfolk 


Mavfield 


Maevvul 


Sussex 


Meaux Abbey 


Muce Abbey 


York shire 


i 


Meddlethorpe Thelthrup 


Lincolnshire 


Medmenham Meddenum 


Buckinghamshire 


Mednum 


Mclmcrby Mellerby Cumberland 



48 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Meltham 


Meltem 


Yorkshire, W. 


Meole Brace 


Meel 


Shropshire 


Meopham 


Meffum 


Kent 




Meppum 




Meriden 


Mere-den 


Warwickshire 


Mersey Island 


Masy Island 


Essex 


Merstham 


Maestrum 


Surrey 


Merton 


Marton 


Norfolk 


Methwold 


Methuld 


Norfolk 




Muel 




Michaelchurch 


Mulchurch 


Herefordshire 


Mildenhall 


Minal 


Wiltshire 




Minel 




Milngavie 


Millgie 


Lanarkshire 


Minehead 


Minyard 


Somersetshire 


Minestred 


Minustred Hampshire 


Minetry 


Myntry Wiltshire 


Mirfield Mirfilld Yorkshire, W. 



Dialectal Placf-Xomcnelature. 49 




Pronunciation. 


County. 


Misson 


Mi /.en 


Nottinghamshire 


Moldash 


Molash Kent 


Monewden 


Munnyden Suffolk 


Monmouth 


Monmuth Monmouthshire 




Munmuth 






Montgomery 


Montgumry Montgomeryshire 


Moorthorpe 


Motherup 


\'orkshire 


Morlcy Park 


Marlcy Pork Derbyshire 


Mounlncssing 


Munny-seen 


>ex 




Munnys-end 




Mousehole 


Mowsell 


Cornwall 








Mowthorpe 


Moothrup 


Yorkshire, E. 


Muggerhanger 


Morhanger 


Bedfordshire 


Mundesley 


Munslcy Norfolk 


Mundford 


Munfcr Norfolk 


Xailstone 


Nelsun Leicestershire 


:ord 


X arter Norfolk 


Navenby 


Na-enby Lincolnshire 



50 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Neatshead 


Neets-head 


Norfolk 


Necton 


Naytun 


Norfolk 


Needham Market 


Leedum 


Suffolk 


Netherfield 


Nethyful 


Sussex 


Netteswell 


Nets-weli 


Essex 


New Quay 


New Kee 


Kent 


Newsham 


Newsm 


Lincolnshire 


Ninfield 


Ninful 


Sussex 




Ninvul 




Normanby 


Norranby 


Lincolnshire 


Normanton 


Narmunton 


Leicestershire 


Northbrook End 


Nobacken 


Cambridgeshire 


North Dalton 


Nor-Dot'n 


Yorkshire, E 


North Dean 


Nordene 


Yorkshire, W. 


North enden 


Northen 


Cheshire 


Northowram 


Northarum 


Yorkshire, W. 


North Wold 


Norrel 


Norfolk 


Norton Belleau Bio' Nortun ! Norfolk 



Dialectal Plact-Nomtnclatun. 51 




Pronunciation. 


County. 


Norwich 


Norridge 


Norfolk 


Norwood Green 


Norrod Green 


Yorkshire, \V 


Nottingham 


Nottingum 


Nottinghamshire 




Nottingyum 






Nottinum 




Nuneaton 


Yeaton Warwickshire 


Nutshelling 


Nursling Hampshire 


Oakham Ookum Rutlandshire 




Oakhamplon 


Ockington 


Devonshire- 


Odcll 


Wudl 


Bedfordshire 


Odiham 


Hodgum 


Hampshire 




Odg-ham 






O-duim 




Offham 


O-fum 


Kent 


Oldcoates 


Alecotes Nottinghamshire 


Oldham 


Owddum Lancashire 


Ollerton 


Owlertun 


Cheshire 


Oreston 


O'sn 


1 )cvonshiro 



52 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 

Osgathorpe 


Pronunciation. 

Asgethorpe 


County. 

Leicestershire 


Osgodby 


Ozgerby 


Yorkshire 


Osset 


Ossit 


Yorkshire 


Oswestry 


Oggestree 


Shropshire 


Ottringham 


Ootringum 


Yorkshire, E. 


Oughtrington 


Ootrington 


Cheshire 


Oulton 


Oletun 


Norfolk 


Oumeby 


Owmby 


Lincolnshire 


Ousefleet 


Owsfleet 


Yorkshire, E. 




Usslett 




Oversley Ford Oozly Ford 


Cheshire 


Overthwaite Worfat 


Westmoreland 


Overton 


Ortun 


Huntingdonshire 


Oving 


Ooving 


Sussex 


Ovingham 


Ovinjun 


Northumberland 


Ovington 


Overtun 


Norfolk 


Owthorne 


Thorne 


Yorkshire, E. 


Oxenthorpe 


Oxnup 


Yorkshire, W. 



Dialectal Placc-Nomenctat. 53 


Pailton 


Pronunciation. 

Tcltun 


County 

\Varwickshirc 


Pampisford 


Tanchcr 


Cambridgeshire 




1'arnscr 






Parnza 






Pauncer 




Parham 


Parrum 


Sussex 


Panvich 


1'arritch 


Derbyshire 


Paston 


Parsn 


Norfolk 


Patrington 


Pathringtun 


Yorkshire, E. 


Pavcnham 


Pacton 


Bedfordshire 


Pendlebury 


Pcmbry Lancashire 


Pencombe 


Pankuin 


Herefordshire 


Penrith 


Pcerith 


Cumberland 




Perith 




^vcr 


Peevcr 


Cheshire 


Pcrlcthorpc 


Palcthorpc 


Nottinghamshire 


IVrshore 


Panhire 


Worcestershire 




Pawshaw 









54 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Pettaugh 


Petter 


Norfolk 


Pevensey 


Pemsey 


Sussex 




Pinsy 




Pickenham 


Picknum 


Norfolk 


Piddinghoe 


Piddinghoo 


Sussex 


Pleasly 


Plezly 


Derbyshire 


Plemondstall 


Plemstull 


Cheshire 




Plimstun 




Plumpton 


Pluntun 


Cumberland 


Ponghill 


Puffil 


Cornwall 


Pontefract 


Pomfrit 


Yorkshire, W. 


Pontesbury 


Ponsbury 


Shropshire 


Pool 


Poo-il 


Yorkshire, W. 


Portisham 


Possum 


Dorsetshire 


Portishead 


Posset 


Somersetshire 


Postwick 


Possick 


Norfolk 


Poynings 


Punnings 


Sussex 


Pyecombe 


Pye-coom 


Sussex 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 55 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Quarndon 


Quorn 


Derbyshire 


Quorndon 


Quorn 


Leicestershire 


Radcliffc 


Racliff 


Lancashire 




Ratliffe 




Rampisham 


Ransom 


Dorsetshire 


Ramsden Balhousc Ramsden Ballu; 


Essex 


Raimvorth 


Ranner 


Norfolk 


Ratlinghope 


Ratchup 


Shropshire 


Ravenhill 


Raffel 


Worcestershire 


Raveningham 


Ranningham 


Norfolk 


Ravenstoiu- 


Kaansun 


Buckinghamshire 




Rarnstun 


Derbyshire 




Raunsone 


Leicestershire 


Ravenstonedale Rissendalc Westmoreland 


Reading Redding Berkshire 


Rcculvcr 


Recculver Kent 


Redisham 


Reddishm Suffolk 


Reepham Rce-fum Norfolk 

1 



56 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Reighton 


Reetun 


Yorkshire, E. 


Retford 


Redfud 


Nottinghamshire 


Rhudlan 


Ridlun 


Flintshire 


Rhyll 


Rill 


Derbyshire 


Riarsh 


Rash 


Kent 


Rievaulx 


Reevo 


Yorkshire, N. 




Rivers 






Riv-is 




Rillington 


Rullington 


Yorkshire, N. 




Rullitn 




Rimswell 


Rinsill 


Yorkshire, E. 


Ringway 


Runjer 


Cheshire 




Runjy 




Risca 


Rishca 


Monmouthshire 


Rishangles 


Rishanger 


Suffolk 


Rishworth 


Rushworth 


Yorkshire, W. 


Rivington 


Rivitn 


Monmouthshire 


Rocester Roaster 


Staffordshire 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclat 57 


Name. Pronunciation. 


County. 


Rochdale 


Ratchda 


Lancashire 


Rodings, The Roothings, The Essex 


Rolleston Rolestun 


Leicestershire 


Rollestone 


Rowlestun 


Wiltshire 


Romaldkirk Rummuldkirk 


Yorkshire, W. 


Romford 


Rumfud 


Essex 


Romsey 


Rumzy 


Kent 


Roos 


Ross 


Yorkshire, E. 


Rose wain 


Rosnan 


Cumberland 


Rostherne 


Rostern 


Cheshire 


Roth we 11 


Roddill 


Yorkshire 


Rowell 


Northamptonshire 


Roughton 


Row-tun 


Norfolk 


Kouten Root'n 


Cumberland 


Kouth Rooth 


Vorkshu 


Rowruh Roorer 


( 'umberland 


Rowsley Rosely 


1 )erby shire 


Ruddervul Rotherfild 


Sussex 



58 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Rudgwick 


Rudgick 


Sussex 


Rugeley 


Rudgley 


Staffordshire 


Runhall 


Runull 


Norfolk 


Rushall 


Rooshill 


Norfolk 


Rushton 


Ris'n 


Somersetshire 


Rushton Parva 


Little Reastun 


Yorkshire 


Saham 


Same 


Norfolk 


Saint Albans 


Saint Orlbaifip 


Hertfordshire 


Saint Aldates 


Stolds 


Oxfordshire 






Saint Anstel 


Saint Ansl 


Cornwall 


Saint Ebbes 


Stabbs 


Oxfordshire 


Saint Gelly 


Stevengelly 


Cornwall 


Saint Ives 


Saint Eves 


Cornwall 


Saint Just 


Sanjust 


Cornwall 


Saint Kenelms 


Kennelums 


Worcestershire 


Saint Maughans 


Saint Mawns 


Monmouthshire 


Saint Neots Saint Nouts 


Cornwall 


Sneets 





Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 59 


Name. 


I'ronunciation. 


County. 


:it Neots 


Saint Neets 


Huntingdonshire 




S notes 




Saint Thomas 


Sentimas 


.Staffordshire 


Saint Weonards 


Saint Wonnuds 


Herefordshire 


Sal lord 


Saffud 


Buckinghamshire 


Salthouse 


Sailers 


Norfolk 




Sallus 




Salisbury 


Sarum 


Wiltshire 




Saulsberry 




Salkeld 


Sawkull 


Cumberland 


Salle 


Saul 


Norfolk 


Salmesbury 


Samesbury 


Lancashire 


Saltfleet 


Sawflit 


Lincolnshire 


Saltfleetby 


Sollaby 


Lincolnshire 


Saltwick 


Sorltick 


Yorkshire 


Sancreed 


Sancred 


Cornwall 




Sancris 




Sand-le-Mcir Sandymere 


Yorkshire 



60 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 

Sandton 


Pronunciation. 

Santoon 


County. 

Lincolnshire 


Sandwith 


Sannith 


Cumberland 


Sandiacre 


Senjyker 


Derbyshire 


Sawbridgeworth 


Saapza Cambridgeshire 




1 




Sapsa 






Sapster 






Sawcer 




Sawbridgeworth 


Sapstead Hertfordshire 




Sapswith 


Scalby 


Scorby 


Yorkshire, N. 


Scalford 


Scawford 


Leicestershire 


Scipoon 


Skipper Lancashire 


Scopwick 


Scawby Lincolnshire 


Scottow 


Scotter 


Norfolk 


Scoulton 


Skoutun 


Norfolk 


Scrapton 


Scropn 


Derbyshire 


Scrivelsby 


Sercelby 


Lincolnshire 




Screelsby 





ilcct al Place-Nomenclature. 61 


ford 


Pronunciation. 

a-foord 


Count yj 

Sussex 


Stjbergham Sebberham Cumberland 


rum 


ergh 


Sedber Yorkshire 


.j,ebrook Sidebrook Lincolnshire 


Scdlescombe Selscum Sussex 


Seighford 


Sighfud 


Staffordshire 


Selmeston 


Simpson 


Sussex 


;lby Sarl-by 


Nottinghamshire 


crby Sewby 


Yorkshire, E. 


Shaftesbury Shastun 




Sheepshed Shepshed Leicestershire 


Sheptim 


Shepun Somersetshire 


Shibdcn 


Shibdin Yorkshire, \\ . 


Shipdhani 


Shindham Norfolk 


Shircoaks 


Shircaks Nottinghamshire 


Shitlington 


Sliillington fordshire 


Shotcshain 


Shott ->um Norfolk 



62 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Shrawardine 


Shraden 


Shropshire 




S'raden 




Shrewsbury 


Shrosebury 


Shropshire 




S'oesbry 




Shuckburgh 


Suckbro 


Warwickshire 


Shurlach 


Surlash 


Cheshire 


Sibertswold 


Shepberswell 


Sussex 


Sidestrand 


Syderstroud 


Norfolk 


Sigglesthorne 


Siggistun 


Yorkshire 




Silstun 




Silverstone 


Silstun 


Northamptonshire 


Sisland 


Sizeland 


Norfolk 


Sitertswold 


Shepherd's Wei 


I Kent 


Skalderskew 


Skoderska 


Cumberland 


Skerne 


Skeean 


Yorkshire, E. 


Skeyton 


Skytn 


Norfolk 


Skiddaw 


Skiddy 


Cumberland 


Skircoat 


Skircoite 


Yorkshire, W. 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 63 


Name. 


Pronunciation. County. 


Skirlaugh 


Skella Yorkshire, E. 


Skirlington Hill 


Skeleton Hill Yorkshire, E. 


Skirwith 


Skirrith 


Cumberland 


Slaithwaite 


Slaat 


Yorkshire 




Slawet 






Slowit 




Slaugham 


Slaffum 


Sussex 


Smethwick 


Smerrick 


Warwickshire 


Sneinton 


Snentun 


Nottinghamshire 


Snettisham 


Snettsum 


Norfolk 


Solihul 


Sillil 


Warwickshire 


Sompting 


Sounting 


Sussex 




Summutt 




Southburn 


Soo-b'n 


Yorkshire, E. 


South Lcigli 


Sow-lie 


Oxfordshire 


Southbwnun 


Sahtharum 


Yorkshire, \\ 


Southwaito 


Soothut 


Cumberland 


Southwark 


Sutherk 


Surrey 



64 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County 


Southwell 


Suthull 


Nottinghamshire 


Sowerby 


Soreby 


Cumberland 


Sowerby 


Soerby 


Yorkshire, W. 


Sowerby Bridge 


Soervy Brig 


Yorkshire, W. 


Soyland 


Swilland 


Yorkshire, W. 


Sparsholt 


Spasset 


Berkshire 


Spondon 


Spoondun 


Derbyshire 


Sproston 


Sprosn 


Cheshire 


Sproxton 


Sprosn 


Lincolnshire 




Sprowstun 




Spurn 


Spon 


Yorkshire, E. 


Stambridge 


Stahnbridge 


Essex 


Stanford 


Stanfer 


Norfolk 


Stanhoe 


Stanner 


Norfolk 


Staverton 


Startun 


Northamptonshire 


Stawell 


Stole 


Somersetshire 


Stevington 


StefFn 


Bedfordshire 


Steyning Stenning Sussex 



nUiltCtnl /y</ct p -.\f'///tv/<-/</.' 65 


Name. 1'ronunciation. County. 


Stiffke) 


Stewkey 


Norfolk 




Stickey 




Stockport 


Stopper! Lancashire 




Stopport 




Stodford 


Stotfud 


Yorkshire, W. 


Stoke Courcy 


Sergursey 


Somersetshire 


Stoke Goursey 




Stokesley 


Stozeley 


Yorkshire 


Stoketon 


Stortn 


Sussex 


Stoughton 


Stoetun Sussex 


Stoiirbridge 


Starbridge Worcestershire 




Storbridge 




Sturbridge 


Stourport 


Starport 


Worcestershire 




Storport 




Sturport 




Stowerport 


Stradbrooke Strubbuck Suffolk 



66 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Stradishall 


Stradgill 


Suffolk 


Streatham 


Strett'n \ 


Surrey 


Av. 






Strongitharm 


Strothum 




Stroxton 


Strawsun 


Lincolnshire 


Sturston 


Stussun 


Norfolk 


Sunk Island 


Sunk 


Yorkshire, E. 


Swansea 


Swanzy 


Glamorganshire 


Swarkeston 


Svvorsun 


Derbyshire 


Svvavesey 


Sway-cy 


Cambridgeshire 


Swayfield 


Sweffield 


Lincolnshire 


Swerford 


Swarvord 


Oxfordshire 


Syresham 


Siseham 


Northamptonshire 


Tacolnestone 


Tacklestone 


Norfolk 


Tasburg 


'I'aze-bro 


Norfolk 


Taunton 


Taentun 


Somersetshire 




Tantun 




Taverham 


Tabberum 


Norfolk 


Teathes Teaz 


Cumberland 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature . 67 


PM. 


I *ron unc iut Ion 


County. 


;nmouth 


Tanemutb 


Devonshire 




Tinmuth 




Temple Halsall 


IJusslc 'I'empU 


Warwickshire 


Tenbury 


Tembry 


Herefordshire 


ion 


Teasn 


Kent 


Teynham 


Tennum 


Kent 


Thtxne 


Tame 


Oxfordshire 


Theddlethorpe 


'I'helthrup Lincolnshire 


Thetford 


Thetfcr 


Norfolk 


Thevelby 


Theul-by 


Lincolnshire 


Thirkleby 


Thotlby 


Yorkshire, E. 


1 




Thixcndale 


Thisendill 


Yorkshire, E. 


Thoresley 


Thowsley 


Nottinghamshire 


Thorn 


Thoane 


Yorskhire 


Thorndon 


Thoendun 


Suffolk 


Thorngumbald 


Gumberthorne 


Yorkshire, E. 




Thornagumbawl 


Threckingham 


Threkingum Lincolnshire 



6 \ /):ciL j (-'(i/ J 'Lice- Mo m 'nchv.urt. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Thrigby 


Trigby 


Norfolk 


Thrandestone 


Frans'n Suffolk 


Threxton 


Trexun | Norfolk 


Thringstone 


Thringsun 


Leicestershire 


Thruxted 


Drusted 


Kent 


Thurlestone 


Thulsn 


Derbyshire 




Thurlstn Yorkshire, AY '. 


Thurstonland 


Thursland Yorkshire, W. 


Thurnscoe 


Thrunsker Yorkshire. 


Thwaite 


Twaite 


Norfolk 




Twaite 


Suffolk 


Thwing 


Twing 


Yorkshire, E. 




Wing 




Tideswell 


Tidser 


Derbyshire 


Tingewick 


Tingick Buckinghamshire 


Tintagel 


Tintadgel ! Cornwall 


Tipthorpe 


Tip-thrup Yorkshire, E. 


Tipton 


Tipp'n Staffordshire 



/)iti/t-i!<! \\nnctiiiat; 




I'rununciution. County 


Tutleshall Titsaul Norfolk 


Torksey Torsey 


Lincolnshire 


Torqim Tockay *f h y 

i , * \ 


Devonshire 


I orkee 






Tolleshunt D'Arcy 


Toussent D. Essex 


Towcester 


Tester 


Northamptonshire 




Touster 




Trefgarnc Trogan 


Pembrokeshire 


Trereif Treeve Cornwall 


Treryn Treen Cornwall 


Trevethin 


Trethvin Monmouthshire 


Trewoofe 


Troave Cornwall 


Trotters Cliff Trossley Kent 


Turnstall Turnstead Staffordshire 


Turnditch 


Turndych Derbyshire 


Turweston 


Tussun Buckinghamshire 


Twickenham l'wittn-um Middlesex 


Twiveston 


Twibtm 


Buckinghamshire 



/o Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Tydd Gout 


Tydd Goat 


Cambridgeshire 


Tydesley 


Tinsley Bongs 


Lancashire 


Tyhnar Bruarch 


Tinna Bruach 


Argyleshire 


Udimore 


Udimer 


Sussex 


Ulceby 


Oosby 


Lincolnshire 


Ulcombe 


U-camb 


Kent 


Ulgham 


Uffum 


Northumberland 


Ulleskelf 


Ulskelf 


Yorkshire 


Ulrome 


Ooram 


Yorkshire, E. 


Ulverstone 


Oostun 


Lancashire 


Uttoxeter 


Tuxiter 


Staffordshire 




Utcheter 






Uxiter 






Uxter 




Vauxhall 


Voxall 


Middlesex 


Wacton 


Woton 


Norfolk 


Waghen 


Warn 


Yorkshire, E. 




Wawn 





Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 71 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


\Valberton 


Warberton 


Sussex 


\Valcot 


Walkwood 


Lincolnshire 




Wawcut 




Walkhampton 


Wakington 


Devonshire 


Wtlaafl 


Wassell 


Staffordshire 




Wasth 




\Valtham 


Waltom 


Essex 


\Yandsworlh 


Wonswurth 


Surrey 


\Vangford 


Wangfer 


Norfolk 


\\'ansford 


Wansfth 


Yorkshire, E. 


Wanstcad 


\Vonsted 


Essex 


\Varlcy 


\\'arely 


Yorkshire, W. 


Warmswortb 


\\'arnsuth 


Yorkshire, W. 


Waiter 


Waithr 


Yorkshire, E. 


Warwick 


Wtrrick 


Warwickshire 


\Vavendon 


\\ afmdun 


Buckinghamshire 


1 




\Varndun 


\Vavertree 


... ^ Lancashire 



12 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County 


Wearmouth 


Weermuth 




| 


Weaverham Wearum Cheshire 


Weaverthorpe 


Weea-thrup Yorkshire, E. 


Wednesbury Wensbry Staffordshire 




Wedgeberry 


Wednesfield 


Wedgefield Staffordshire 


Wembdon 


Wendin Somersetshire 


Wendlebury 


Windlebury 


Oxfordshire 


Wentworth 


Wentuth Yorkshire 


Weobly 


Wooble 


Herefordshire 


Weston 


Wesn 


Warwickshire 


Westwick 


Westick Norfolk 


Wharncliffe 


Worncliffe Yorkshire, W. 


Whatstandwell 


Holstannel Derbyshire 


Wheatley 


Wheeatley 


Yorkshire, W. 


Whelnetham Weltum Suffolk 


Whitehaven Whittan 


Cumberland 


Whitgift Wiggiff 


Yorkshire 



Dialect nl Plact-Nomenclat 73 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


\Vhittingham 


Whittinjam 


Lancashire 


Whitwick 


Whittick 


Leicestershire 


Whoulsicke 


Hole-Syke 


Yorkshire 


Wigan 


Wiggen 


Lancashire 


Wiggenhall, 






S. Mary Magdalen Maudlin 


Norfolk 


\Yildboarclou-h Wilbercluff 


Cheshire 


WUtingate 


VVinnigal Essex 


Wilmslow 


Wimslow Cheshire 


Wilnecote 


\Vincut 


Staffordshire 


\Vilshampstead 


Wilstead Bedfordshire 


Wiateringham 


\\'interingam Lincolnshire 


Wintcrington Winterton Lincolnshire 


Wirksworth Wirsir Derbyshire 




Wirsydy 


Wistaston 


U'istessun Cheshire 


Herefordshire 


Witham Wittn Lincolnshire 



74 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Witham 


With-an 


Lincolnshire 


Withington 


Withitn 


Cheshire 




Wittingtun 


Herefordshire 


Wiveliscombe 


Wilscombe 


Devonshire 




Wivlescum 




Wiverton 


Wirtn 


Nottinghamshire 


Woburn 


Oburn 


Bedfordshire 


Wolstanton 


Woolstantn 


Staffordshire 




Ushitn 






Ussitun 




Wolvercote 


Overcote 


Oxfordshire 


\Volverhampton 


Wolverton 


Staffordshire 




Hampton 




Wolverlow 


Oofurla 


Herefordshire 


Wombwell 


Woombill 


Yorkshire, W. 


Woodbastwick 


Wood-bas-tic 


Norfolk 


Woodfardisworthy Oolsery 


Devonshire 


Woodhouse Woodus Nottinghamshire 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 75 


\Voodmancote 


Pronunciation. 

Woodmucket 


County. 

Gloucestershire 


Woodnesborough 


\\'insbro 


Kent 


Wooldale 


Oodle 


Yorkshire, \V. 




\\oodlc 




Woolwich 


Woolidge 


Kent 




Woolitch 




Wodlsthorpe 


\Voostrop 


Lincolnshire 


Worcester 


Woottei 


Worcestershire 




( Jotter 




Worficld 


Wurfield 


Shropshire 




\\'urvel 




\\'urksoi> 


\\'orsop 


Nottinghamshire 




\\ ussap 






Wunup 




\\orlaby 


Wollaby 


Lincolnshire 


Wormegfcy 


Rungay 


Norfolk 


Worsborough 


Wusl 


Yorkshire, \^ 


Worsley 


Wusley 


Lancashire 



76 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


County. 


Worstead 


waited 


Norfolk 


Wortham 


Rootum 


Kent 


Wortwell 


Wottell 


Norfolk 


Wrotham 


Roothm 


Kent 




Rootum 




Wybunbury 


Wimberry 


Cheshire 


Wycombe 


Wiccum 


Kent 


Wymynswold 


Womenswould 


Norfolk 


Wymondham 


Windum 


Norfolk 




Wummundum 


Leicestershire 


Yaddlethorpe 


Yalthrup 


Lincolnshire 


Yardley 


Ardley 


Hertfordshire 


Yeadon 


Yiddn 


Yorkshire, W. 


Yealmpton 


Yamton 


Devonshire 


Yeovil 


Yovil 


Somersetshire 


York 


Yorrick 


Yorkshire 




E-yorrick 




Youghall 


Yawl 





Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 



77 



Dialectal Iplace^jl3omenclaturc. 

(COUNTIES.) 



County. 

Bedfordshire 



Name. 

Bidenham 
Felmersham 
Flitwick 
Hagnes or 

\ I awnes 
Holcut 
Keyso 
Lavendon 
Leighton Beau J 

desert 

Muggerhanger 
Odell 



.Pronunciation 

llidnum 

Fensham 

Flittick 

Hains 
Huccot 
Kayso 
Laundun 

Laytun Buzzard 

Morhanger 

Wudl 



7 8 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Bedfordshire 

(Continued 


Pavenham 
Shitlington 


Paeton 
Shillington 




Stevington 


Steffn 


Berkshire 




Barkshire 




Bisham 


Bissun 




Eastbury 


Icebury 




Ecchinswell 


Etchinswell 




Garston, East 


Argisun 




Reading 


Redding 




Sparsholt 


Spasset 


Buckinghamshire 


Beaconsfield 


Beckuns-field 




Boveney 


Buvny 




Hughendon 


Hilchendum 






Hitchendun 




Medmenham 


Meddenum 






Mednum 




Ravenstone 


Raansun 




Salford 


Saffud 



Dialectal Place-Nomendature. 



79 



County. 

Buckinghamshire 

(Continued) 



Cambridgeshire 



Name. 

Tinge wick 
Turweston 
Twiveston 
Wavendon 



Bottisham 

Cambridge 

Cottenham 

Foxeton 

1 listen 

Horningsea 

Northbrook Enc 

Pampisford 



Sawbridgeworth 



Pronunciation. 

Tingick 

Tursun 

Tussun 

Waandun 

Warndun 

Cambridgeshire 

Botsum 

Cambridge 

Cotnam 

Foxtun 

Hissn 

Hornsey 

Nobacken 

Pancher 

Parnser 

Parnza 

Pauncer 

Saaj> 



8o Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. Pronunciation. 


Cambridgeshire 


Sawbridgeworth Sapsa 


(Continued 


; 








Sapster 






Sawcer 




Swavesey 


Sway-cy 




Tydd Gout 


Tydd Goat 




Wisbeach 


Wizbitch 


Cheshire 


Alderley Edgej Audley Edge 




Alsager 


Auger 






Ausager 




Altrincham 


Altringam 






Autojam 






Autrinjam 






Thrutchm 




Alvanley 


Auvanley 




Beswick 


Bessick 




Bollington Bollit'n 




Berwick Borrick 




Bracegirdle Breskittle 



Dialfctal / '. nclature. S i 


County. 




Pronunciation. 


Cheshire Bromboro' 

(Continued) 

Bucklow Hill 


Brumbro' 
Buckley Hill 




Cheadle Hulme Cheddle Eume 




Cholmondeley 


Chumley 




Cholmondeston Chumstun 




Cogshall 


Cockshall 


Congleton 


Congertun 




Daresbury 


Darsbury 




I )avenham 


Dane-um 




I )uckingfield 


1 )uckenfelt 




Kardswick 
l-'rodsham 


Yarsick 
Fradsum 




( irappenhall 


(Iropnal 




Halton 


I lawtun 


High Legh 


High Lee 




Hull Senna 


Hosenna 




Hyde 


Heyde 


Kelsall 


Kelsa 



82 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 



County. 

Cheshire 



(Continued) 



Name. 

Macclesfield 



Malpas 

Ollerton 

Oughtrington 

Oversley Ford 

Peover 

Flemondstall 

Ringway 

Rostherne 

Sandbach 

Shurlach 

Sproston 

Weaverham 

Wildboarclough 



Pronunciation. 

Maxfield 

Maxfilt 

Maxlt 

Morpus 

Owlertun 

Ootringtun 

Oozly Ford 

Peever 

Plemstull 

Plimstun 

Runjer 

Runjy 

Rostern 

Sand batch 

Surlash 

Sprosn 

Wearum 

Wilbercluff 



Dialectal riact-ljomemlaturc. 83 


County. 

Cheshire 

(Continued 


Name. 

\Vilmslow 
\Vistaston 


Pronunciation. 

Wimslow 
Wistessun 


Cornwall 


Withington 
Wybunbury 
Cairn 


Withit'n 
Wimberry 
Cam 




Cairn Kenidzl 
Lanyon Guvit 
Launceston 


ck Cam Kenidjeck 
Lennine (luvit 
I ,ansn 






Launcestun 




Ludgvan 
Maddern 


Lidgen 
Ludjan 
Madron 




Mousehole 


Mowsell 




Ponghill 
Saint Anstell 


Puffill 
!nt Ansl 




Saint Gelly 
Saint Ives 


Stevengelly 
Saint Evc^ 




:;U Just 





84 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 

Cornwall 


Name. 

Saint Keyne 


Pronunciation. 

Saint Keen 


(Continued) 








Saint Neots 


Saint Nouts 






Sneets 




Sancreed 


Sancred 






Sancris 




Tintagel 


Tintadgel 




Trereif 


Treeve 




Treryn 


Treen 




Treewoofe 


Troave 


Cumberland 


Aglionby 


Allonby 




Aldby 


Audby 




Alston 


Austun 




Arlecdon 


Arltun 




Armathwaite 


Armut 




Aspatria 


Spaatry 




Birkthwaite Burthut 




Blackwell Bleckle 




Brampton Brantun 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 85 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation . 


Cumberland 

:>tuft/) 


Brotherikeld 

Calthwaite 


Butter Ilket 
Cawthut 




Calva 


Cova 




Carlisle 


Carell 






Carlile 






Curlile 




Carsington 


Carsun 




Dalston 


Dawstun 




Edenhall 


Ede-nal 




Eskdale 


Ashdale 




Fox-le-henning 


Foxnailin 




Gamblesby Gammelsby 




Ciillerthwaite Gillerthet 




Glencoin 


Lenkerrin 




Hawcs 


Hose 




Hodyoad 


Hoddyod 




Hough 


Hun 




Kelswick 


Kelsick 



86 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation . 


Cumberland 

(Continued^ 


Keswick 
Kirkoswald 


Kezzick 
Kirkeasle 






Kirkuzzle 




Lacra 


Laacra 




Langwathby 


Langanby 






Langonby 




Maughenby 


Maffenby 






Moffenby 




Melmerby 


Mellerby 




Penrith 


Peerith 






Perith 




Plumpton 


Pluntun 




Rosewain 


Rosnan 




Routen 


Root'n 




Rowrah 


Roorer 




Salkeld 


Sawkull 




Sandwith 


Sannith 




Sebergham 


Sebberum 



Dialectal Place- Xomendature. S; 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Cumberland 

(Continued) 


Sebergham 
Sesn 


Sebrum 
Senners 




Skalderskew 


Skoderska 




Skiddaw 


Skiddy 




Skinvith 


Skirrith 




Southwaite 


Soothut 




Sowersby 


Soreby 




Teathes 


Teatz 




\\'hitehaven 


Whittan 


Derbyshire 




Darbyshire 




Alderwasley 


Allerslee 






Annerslee 




Alfreton 


OfTertun 






Orlfretun 




Alvaston 


Auversun 




Orlverstun 




Aston Assn 


Barrow Barrer 



88 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Derbyshire 

(Continued) 


Beauchief 
Belper 


Bo-chif 
Bilper 




Birchover 


Birch er 




Bolsover 


Bouser 




Bonsall 


Bonser 




Borrowash Burroe Wash 






Burroes Ash 




Boulton 


Boletun 






Boot'n 




Brassington 


Brassn 




Breaston 


Breesun 




Brough 


Bruff 




Broughton, 






Church Church Brortn 




Calke Abbey 


Cork Abbey 




Chaddesden 


Chadsun 




Chapel-en-le- 






Frith 


Chapel Firth 



Dialt'ctal J'lace-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Pronunciation. 


Derbyshire Chellaston 


Chellasun 


(Continued) 

Church 






Broughton 


Church Brortn 




Crich 


Crych 


Cromford 


Crumfud 


Dalbury 


Dorlbury 


Derby 


Darby 




Dove Dale 


Duv dale 




Edensor 


Ensor 




Eyam 


Eem 




( > rcsley 


Greedy 




1 lardwick 


Harduk 




Id ridge hay 


Ithersea 




Ilkeston 


Ils'n 






I 


Kedleston 


Kelsn 


Kniveton 


Niftun 


Litchurch 


1 .eechurch 


Markeaton 


Mart'n 




N 



90 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Derbyshire 


Marston 


Marsn 


(Continued) 








Morley Park 


Marley Pork 




Parwich 


Parritch 




Pleasley 


Plezley 




Quarndon 


Quorn 




Ravenstone 


Rarnstun 




Rowsley 


Rosely 




Sandiacre 


Senjyker 




Scrapton 


Scrop'n 




Spondon 


Spoondun 




Swarkeston 


Swors'n 




Thurleston 


Thulsn 




Tideswell 


Tidser 




Turnditch 


Turndych 




Whatstandwell 


Holstannel 




Wirksworth Wirsir 


Wirsydy 


Devonshire 


Alverdiscot Alscot 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 91 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


1 )evonshire 

(Continued) 


Aveton Gifforc 
Barnstaplc 


\utun Jiffud 
Barnstupplc 







Barum 




Bovey Tracey Bovey 




Buvvy 




Brideston 


Biddestun 




Crediton 


Rirton 




Dartmoor 


Darty mor 




Dartmouth 


Darty muth 




1 )ittisham Ditsum 




Ilfracombe Ilfracoom 




Oakhampton Ockington 




Oreston O'sn 




Teignmouth Tinmuth 




Torquay Torkay 






Torkee 




\\alkampton \ Wakington 




Wiveliscombe 


Wilscoom 



92 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Devonshire 

(Continued) 


Wiveliscombe 
Woodfordis- 


Wivelscum 


\ 


worthy 


Oolsery 




Yealmpton 


Yamton 


Dorsetshire 


Beaminster 


Bemmister 




Chidcock 


Chiddick 




Portisham Possum 




Rampisham 


Ransum 


Durham 




Dorm 




Aycliffe 


Yackley 




Barnard Castle Barney Cassel 




Coniscliffe 


Cunscliff 




Darlington 


Darntun 




Durham 


Dore-um 






Dorm 




Hartlepool 


Hartleypool 




Heighington 


Ainton 


Essex 


Alresford 


Allsfud 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 



County. 

Essex 



(Continual) 



Bobbingworth 
IJradwell 
Brentwood 
Bulpham 

Chelmsford 
Coggeshall 



Colchester 

I >anbury 

Davenham 

Cambridge 

1'aulkbourne 

Harwich 

KclvcdonHatcl 

Margard 



Pronunciation 

Buvvinger 

Bradell 

Burnt'ood 

Bulham 

Bullvan 

Chemsfud 

Cockshall 

Cogshall 

Coxall 

Cole-chester 

Couchester 

Da-enbury 

Dagnum 

Fahmbridge 

Fobern 

Harridge 

Kcldon Hatch 

Margretten 



94 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 



County. 

Essex 



(Continued) 



Gloucestershire 



Name. 

Mersey Island 
Mountnessing 

Netteswell 
Ramsden Bal- 

house 

Rodings, The 
Romford 
Stambridge 
Waltham 

Almondsbury ! 

Alvington 

Andoversford 

Berkeley 

Brookhampton, 

Church down 

Cirencester 



Pronunciation. 

Masy Island 
Munny-seen 
Munnys-end 
Nets-well 

Ramsden Ballus 

Roothings, The 

Rumfud 

Stahmbridge 

Waltum 

Glostershire 

Amsbury 

Allington 

Hanfer 

Barkly 

Brockingtun 

Chozun 

Cisiter 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 



95 



y- 


Name. 




ershire Cirencester 


Ci 


(Continued) 




Se 




Clifton 


Si; 
Cl 




Frocester 


Fr 



Hampshire 



Gloucester 
Gotherington 

Leckhampton 

Northleach 
Salperton 
Sevenhampton 
Woodmancote ! 
. \lresford 
Alton 

Basingstokc 
Beaulieu 



Pronunciation. 

iter 

Serenster 
Sister 
Cliffun 
Froster 
Gloster 
Guthertun 
Guthrington 
Lackingtun 
Leckingtun 
North Libley 
Sappertun 
Senningtun 
\Voodmucket 
Allsfud 
All-tun 
Hu/ingstoke 
Bewly 



96 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 



County. 

Hampshire 

(Continued) 



Herefordshire 



Name. 

Bishopsfrome 
Cadenham 

Carisbrooke 

I 

Cosham 

Cuperham 

Duls Coppice 

Minestred 

Nutshelling 

Odiham 



Bullingham 

Canonfrome 
Clehonger 
Evesbach 
Kings Pyon 



Pronunciation. 

Bishfrome 

Cadnam 

Kaizbrooke 

Cooham 

Keppernum 

Doo-cups 

Minustred 

Nursling 

Hodgum 

Odg-ham 

Odium 

Heriefurdshire 

Bullinjm 

Bullinjam 

Canfroom 

Clonggur 

Esbridge 

Progown 



Dialectal Piac*-Nom*Htlat*rt. 97 


County. Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Herefordshire 

(Continued* 


Leintwardine 


Lantwardine 
Lentwardine 




Leominster 


Lemster 




Michaelchurch 


Mulchurch 




Pencombe 


Pankum 




Saint Weonards Saint Wonnuds 




Wistaston Wistessun 




Wittington Withitun 


Wolverlow Oofula 


Hertfordshire 


Harfordshire 




Ayott 


Alt 




Hatfield 


Hatfeld 




Hertford 


Harfurd 




Saint Albans Saint Orlbarnz 




Sawbridgeworth Sapstead 




Sapswith 




Yardley Ardley 


Huntingdonshire Alwalton . \llertun 



98 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Huntingdonshire 

(Continued) 


Godmanchester 
Saint Neots 


Godman-chester 
Saint Neets 






Snotes 


Kent 


Adisham 


Adsum 




Badlesmere 


Bardsmere 






Basmere 




Barfrestone 


Barsun 






Barstun 




Brompton 


Brumptun 




Chatham 


Chattum 




Cruxtone 


Cuxstone 




Cudham 


Coodam 




Deptford 


Detfud 




Godnestone 


Gunstun 




Goodnestone 


Godstone 






Gunstone 


Goudhurst 


Gowdhurst 


Graveney Grainey 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 99 


County. 


Name. Pronunciation. 


Kent 


(ireenwich drinidge 


(Continued) 


Ivnockholt Nockle 






Loose Lose 




Meopham Meffum 




Meppum 




Moldash 


Molash 




Reculver 


Rec-culver 




Riarsh 


Rash 




Romsey 


Rumzy 


Siberswold 


Sheperdswell 




Teston 


Teasn 




Teynham 


Tenhan 




Trotterscliffe 


Frosley 




Troxley 




Thruxted 


Drucxted 




Ulcombe 


U-comb 








Woodnesbro' Winsbro 




Woolwich Woolidge 



ioo Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 

Kent 

(Continued) 


Name. 

Woolwich 
Wrotham 


Pronunciation. 

Woolitch 
Rootham 






Rootum 


Lancashire 


Wyinginswould 
Allerton 


Womenswould 
Ollertun 




Arkholm 


Arram 




Ashton-under- 






Lyne 
Bolton 


Aeshin 
Bo-tn 






Bow-tn 




Entwistle 


Tinsul 




Farnworth 


Farnoth 




Heywood 
Holker 


Yehwood 
Hooker 




Hulme 


Hoom 




Leigh 
Liverpool 
Oldham 


Laych 

Lurple 
Owdum 



Dialectal J V</c v- .\ 'omenciatiirc. 



101 



County. 



Lancashire 

(Continued) 



Leicestershire 



Name. 

Pendlebury 
Radcliff 

Rochdale 
Salmesbury 
Scipoon 
Stockport 

Tyldesley 
Ulverstone 
Wavertree 
Whittingham 

Bagworth 
Belvoir 
Blackfordby 
Castle 

Donnington 



Pronunciation 

Pembry 

Racliff 

RatclifTe 

Ratchda 

Samesbury 

Skipper; 

Stoppert 

Stoppart 

Tinsley Bongs 

Oostun 

Wartree 

Whittinjam 

Lestershire 

Bagurth 

Beaver 

Blofurdby 

Castle Dunningtun 



i"o2 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation . 


Leicestershire 

(Continued* 


Croxton Park 


Crosn Park 
Crostun Park 






Crozen Park 




Garendon 


Garitun 




Gracedieu 


Grasedy 




Keyworth 


Kee-uth 




Leicester 


Lester 




Loughborough Luffbro' 




Lutterworth 


Littlewurth 




Naitstone 


Nelsun 




Normanton 


Narmuntm 




Osgathorpe 


Asgethorpe 




Quarn 


Quorn 




Ravenstone 


Raunsone 




Rolleston 


Rolestun 




Sheepshead 


Shepshed 




Whitwick 


Wittick 


Lincolnshire 




Lincolnshire 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature 103 


County. Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Lincolnshire Aslackley 

(Continued) 

Barkston 


Aselby 
Barsun 


Barnethy 


Barnaby 




Bottesford 


Bots-urth 






Bots-uth 






Bots-worth 




Boultham 


Boothum 




Bracebridge 


Bracebrig 


llurgh 


Burg 


Burton 


Botn 






Bottun 




Colstenvorth 


Coatsworth 






Coltseralt 




Crowle 


Creole 




Croxton 


Crowsn 




Epworth 


Eppwith 




Folkingham 


Fockingham 


Gainsborough 


Gainsber 



104 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Lincolnshire 

(Continued) 


Gonerby 
Goxhill 


Gunnerby 
Gousle 




Hardwick 


Harrick 




Harlaxton Harlastun 




Heydour 


Aselby 




Horstow 


Hostow 




Kirton 


Kettn 




Langhterton 


Lontertun 




Laughton Loff'n 




Lavington Lentun 




Lincoln 


Lincun 




Londonthorpe 


Lunnunthorpe 




Manthorpe 


Mantrup 




Meddlethorpe Thelthrup 




Navenby 


Naamby 






Na-enby 




Newsham 
Normanby 


Newsm 
Norranby 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 105 


County. Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Lincolnshire 

(Contiti nftf) 


Oumeby 
Saltfleet 
Saltfleetby 


Owmby 
Sawflit 
Sollaby 




Sandton 


Santoon 




Scopwick 


Scawby 




Scrivelsby 


Screelsby 






Sercelsby 




Sedgebrook 


Sidebrook 




Sproxton Sprosn 






Sprowstun 




Stroxton 


Strawsun 




Sway fie Ul Sheffield 




'1'heddlethorpo Thclthrup 


Thevelby Thealby 


Threckinghain Threckingum 


Torksey 


Torsey 


Ulceby 


Oosby 


\\alcot \Valkwood 



io6 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 



County. 

Lincolnshire 

(Continued) 



Middlesex 



Name. 

Walcot 

Winteringham 
Winterington 
Witham 

Woolsthorpe 
Worlaby 
Yaddlethorpe 
Brentford 

Chiswick 



Pronunciation. 

Wawcut 

Winteringam 

Wintertun 

Wittn 

Withan 

Woostrop 

Wollaby 

Yalthrup 

Brainford 

Brandford 

Chiz-ick 



Convent Garden Common Garden 
Covent Garden 



Holborn 
Isleworth 



Marylebone 



Hoburn 

I-sle-wurth 

Ilswurth 

Izlewurth 

Marrowbone 



Dialectal Place-L'omcnclatinc. 107 






County. Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Middle. Marylebone 


Marry bone 




Southwark 


Sutherk 




Twickenham 


Twittenhain 




Vauxhall 


Voxall 


Monmouthshire 


A bereave nny 


Abburgainy 
Abergamy 




;ieon 


Abergenny 
Karleen 


Dincettow 


Dinaslow 


Monmouth 


Monmuth 




Munmuth 


Risca 


Rishca 


Rivington 


Rivitn 




Saint Maughans Saint Mawns 




Trevethin 


Trethvin 


Norfolk 


Aldborough 


Orlbur 




Ashill 


Ash-ul 


A>lac tun 


Asletun 



loS 



Dialectal Place-Nomenda tit re. 



County. 

Norfolk 



(Continued) 



Name. 

Aumser 
Aylsham 

Barsham 

Barwick 

Bashingham 

Bastwick 

Bawburgh 

Bawderswell 

Beeston 

Belaugh 

Billingford 

Bircham 

Bixton 

Brandon 

Breasingham 



Pronunciation. 

Arnmer 

Elsham 

Elsum 

Bashum 

Barrick 

Bazyngame 

Barstwick 

Babur 

Berber 

Bardsell 

Bordsell 

Beesun 

Bee-lo 

Bellinfor 

Barchm 

Bixn 

Brand 

Bressengen 



Dialectal PLiic-Xomcnci 


109 


County. 

Norfolk 

(Continued) 


Name. 

LJrockdish 


Pronunciation 

Brodish 
Brordish 




Buckenham 


Bucknum 




B unwell 


Bun-ell 




Burgh 
Bylaugh 
Caldecotc 


Burrer 
Bee-16 
Corket 




Carsington 
C \iwston 


Carsun 
Carsun 




Chedgrave 

Cley-next-thc- 


Chedgruv 




Sca 

Cockley Cley 
Colkirk 


Cly 
Cockley Cly 
Coal-kirk 




Colney 
Coltishall 


C6-ney 
Colesil 






Coltsul 




Colveston 


Colstun 



1 1 o Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Norfolk 


Costessey 


Cossy 


{Continued) 








Cranwich 


Cranicc 




Cranworth 


Cranner 




Cressingham 


Cressenjim 




Crostwick 


Crossick 




Croswight 


Cosset 




Deopham 


Deepum 




Dereham 


Dareum 




Docking 


Dockun 




Earsham 


Arshun 




Easton 


Eas-un 




Erpingham 


Arpyngam 




Fersfield 


Farsfield 




Foulden 


Fouden 




Foulsham 


Foul-sum 




Fransham 


Fransum 




Fulmodeston 


Full-mes-tun 






Feltum 



Dialectal J'lacc-Xi*menclatnrc. \ i i 


nty. 

Norfolk 

(Continued) 


Name 

( iarboldisham 
Gayton 
Gestwick 


Pronunciation. 

Garblcsum 
tan 
Gestic 




Gipping 
Glandford 


Gip'n 
Glanfer 




Goodnestone 


Goodsun 




Gressenhall 


Greslin 




Gresnel 




Grimston 


Grimsun 




Grundisbury 
Haddiscoe 


Gunsbro' 
Hadsco 






Hadsker 




1 1 ales worth 


Harsler 




Hanworth 

Happisburgh 
Hardingham 
Hardwick 


Hanner 
Hazebro' 
Hardingam 
Haddick 


Ilautbois 


Hobbies 



1 1 2 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Norfolk 


Haveringland 


Haverland 


(Continued) 








Haynford 


Hanfer 




Hayham 


Harfum 




Heigham 


Hayum 




Helhoughton 


Hellot'n 




Hellesden 


Helsdun 




Hickling 


Hicklun 




Hindolveston 


Hilvestun 




Hoe 


How 




Holme 


Holl'm 




Halm Hall 


Home Hall 




Horsham S. 










Faith Horsham S. Fays 




Houghton 


Hoeton 




Hunstanton 


Hunstun 




Kenninghall 


Kennyle 




Keswick 


Kessick 


Knapton 
1 


Napt'n 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature 1 1 3 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Norfolk 


Lammas 


Lammus 


(Continued) 








Langford 


Langfer 




Leizate 


Ledjet 




Letheringsett 


Larnsett 




Marlingford 


Marlfd 




Martham 


Mathan 




Matishall 


Matsel 




Mautby 


Morby 




Merton 


Marton 




Methwold 


Methuld 




Mundesley 


Munzly 




Mundford 


Munfer 




Neatishead 


Neatshead 




Necton 


Nayton 




Norton Belleau Bio' Nortun 




Norwich Norridge 




Oulton Oletun 




Ovington Overton 


Q 



ii4 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Norfolk 


Fasten 


Parson 


(Continued) 


_ 






Pettaugh 


Petter 




Pickenham Picknum 




Postwick 


Possick 




Ranworth 


Ranner 




Raveningham 


Ranningham 




Reepham 


Reefun 




Roughton 


Rowton 




Runhall 


Runall 




Rushall 


Roosh'll 




Salhouse 


Sallus 






Sailers 




Salle 


Saul 




Scottow 


Scotter 




Scoulton 


Skowton 




Shipdham 


Shindham 


\ 


Shottesham Shottsum 




Sidestrand Sidestroud 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 115 


County. Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Norfolk Sisland 


Size land 


(Continued) 






Skeyton 


Skyfn 




Snettisham 


Snettsum 


Stanhoe 


Stunner 


Stifkey 


Stewkey 


Tacolneston 


Tacklestone 




Tasbro' 


Tazebro' 


Taverham 


Tabberham 




Thrigby 


Tngby 




Thwaite 


Twaite 




Threxton 


Trexun 




Titteshall 


Tittsal 




Tivetsall 


Titsorl 




\\acton 


Woton 




Westwick 


Westick 




Woodbastwick 


VVoodbastic 


Worsted 


U'oosted 


Wortwcll 


Wottel 



n6 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Norfolk 


Wymondham 


Windum 


(Continued) 






Northamptonshin 


Charwelton 


Charltun 




Croughton 


Crowtun 




Culworth 


Culloth 




Daventry 


Daentry 






Dauntry 




Lyresham 


Liseham 




Rothwell 


Rowell 




Towcester 


Tester 


Northumberland 


Alnmouth 


Aylesmouth 




Alnwick 


Annick 




Beliingham 


Bellinjam 




Hawick 


Hoick 


Nottinghamshire 


Alverham 


Aarum 




Aughton 


I-tun 




Basford 


Baysfud 




Beeston 


Beesun 




Colwich 


Collick 



Dialectal Place-Nomenciat , 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation 


Nottinghamshire 

(Con: 


Cromwell 
Bottom 


Crummil Bothum 




1-inningley 
Gringley 


Kinlah 
Grinley 




Halloughton Hortn 




Nottingham 


Nottingum 






Nottingyum 






Nottinum 




Southwell Suthell 




Wiverton 


Wirt'n 




Worksop 


Worsop 






Worsup 


Oxfordshire 


Alvcscott 


Alscot 




Ambrosden 


Amersden 




Bayards Green 


Bayars Green 






Hears Green 




Beckbrooke 


Begbrook 




Bensington 


Bensum 



n8 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation . 


Oxfordshire 

(Continued) 


Bicester 
Caversfield 


Bister 

Caseneld 




Fritwell 


Frittel 




Gretworth 


Greatwurth 






Greetwurth 




Islip 


I-slip 




Swerford 


Swarvord 


Rutlandshire 


Oakham 


Oookum 


Shropshire or Salop Altringham 


Atchum 




Bicton 


Biccun 




Boraston 


Burraston 




Brampton Brian Brawn 




Buildwas 


Bildus 






Bill-wus 




Claverley 


Clare-ly 




Cleobury 






Mortimer 


Clebbury 






Clobury 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 119 


County. 

Shropshire 

(Continued) 


Name 

Condover 
Gnosle 


Pronunciation. 

Cundover 
Nosle 




Hallahon or 






Hallon Horn 
Meole Brace Meel 




Oswestry 
Shrawardine 


Oggestree 
Shraden 






S'raden 




Shrewsbury 
Worfield 


Shroesbury 
S'oesbry 
Wurfield 






\Vurvel 


Somersetshire 


I.rislington 
Calveshay 
Carehampton 
I-'rome 
Goathurst 


Bustun 
Classy 
Cramptun 
Kroome 
Go-thurst 




Holincoat Honey-cut 



120 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 



County. 

Somersetshire 

(Continued) 



Staffordshire 



Name. 

Leigh-on- 
Mendip 
Portishead 
Rushton 
Stawell 

Stoke Courcy 
Stoke Goursey 
Taunton 

Wembdon 

Aldersley 

Biddulph Moor 

Blowich 

Brewood 

Bromley 

Bromwich, West 

Colwich 

Consall 



Pronunciation. 

Lie-on-Mendip 

Posset 

Rison 

Stole 

Sergursey 

Taant'n 

Tantun 

Wend'in 

Ortherly 

Biddle-Moor 

Bloxidge 

Brood 

Brumley 

Brumidge 

College 

Cunsall 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. \ 2 \ 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Staffordshire 

(Continued) 


Etruria 


Truria 
Trury 




Hedensford 


Hechford 






Hedgeford 




Leighford 


Lighfud 




Rocester 


Roaster 




Rugeley 


Rudgly 




Tipton 


Tip'n 




Tunstall Tuenstill 




Uttoxeter Tuxeter 




Ucheter 




Uttcheter 






Uxeter 




Walsall Wasab 




Wassell 




Wednesbury \Vedgeberry 




Wensbry 


Wilnecote Wincut 



122 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Staffordshire 

(Continued) 


Wolstanton 


Ushitn 
Woolstant'n 




Wolverhampto] 


i Hampton 






Wolverton 


Suffolk 


Athelbampston 


5 Atheltun 




Athelington 


Allingtun 




Badingham 


Baddegum 




Barnardiston Bernstun 




Bedingfield 


Beddenfeld 




Bildeston 


Bilstun 




Blythborough 


Blybro' 




. Botesdale 


Badsdale 




| 


Budsdale 




Bramford 


Brahmfud 


. 


Braysworth 


Braysur 




Brockford 


Brockfud 




; Caverham 


Canum 


Chelmondeston Chemstun 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 123 


County. Name. Pronunciation. 


Suffolk Cowlinge Coolinge 


(Continued) 


\ >ebach 


Debhage 




Dunningworth 


Dunnurth 






Aye 




Framlingham 


Frammingham 




Hachesdon Hay son 




Heveringham Hennygm 




Hollesley Hosely 




Hoxne Hoxen 




Ipswich 


Ips-itch 






Ips-witch 




Leiston 


Laysun 




Monewdon 


Munnyden 




Necdham 






Market Leedum 




Redisham 


Reddish'm 




Rishangles 


Rishanger 




Stradishall 


Stradgill 



124 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


County. 

Suffolk 

(Continued) 


Name. 

Thorndon 
Thrandestone 


Pronunciation. 

Thoendon 
Trans'n 




Thwaite 


Twaite 




Whelmerton 


Weltum 


Surrey 


Alford 
Bletchingly 
Carshalton 


Arlfold 
Bletchinglye 
Casehorlton 






Casehortun 




Godalming 
Leigh 
Streatham 


Kays-hoftun 
God-alm-ing 
Lie 
Strettn 


Sussex 


Wandsworth 
Albourne 


Wonswurth 
Allbourne 




Aldingbourne 
Aldrington 
Alfriston 


Alldingbourne 
Alldrington 
Allfriston 







Arfstun 



DiaU 

County. 

Stu 

(Continued) 


ctal Place-Nomenclature. 125 


Name. 

Ardingly 
Arundel 


Pronunciation 

Ardingly e 
Arndle 




Ashburnham 


Eshbrum 




Balcombe 
Berwick 


Borlcum 
Berrick 




Bexhill 


Baxhill 




Bodiham 
Bodlestreet 


Bodj'in 




Green 


Boodle Street 




Holney 
Boshain 


Boleney 
Bos-ham 




Burwash 
Burwash Wealc 
Catsfield 


Burrish 
, Burrish Weel 
Catsful 




Chalvington 
Chichestcr 


Charsitun 
Chidster 




Chiddingly 
Crowborough 


Chiddinglyc 
Crowbor 



126 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 




1 


Sussex 


Cuckfield 


Cookfield 


(Continued) 










Cuckfull 




Dallington 


Dollingtun 




Falmer 


Farmer 




Folkington 


Fowingtun 




Funtington Fundan 




Hailsham Helshum 




Heathfield Hefful 




Hellingly Hellinglye 






Herringlye 




Rewards Hawth Heywoods Heath 




Hoathley Hoodlye 




Houghton 


Hoetun 




Hurst Monceaux Harmouncy 






Hossmouncies 






Hurstmounceys 




Keymer 


Kymer 




Kingly Vale 


Kindervale 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 127 


Ratjr, 

Sussex 

(Continued) 


Name 

Kirkford 
Lewes 


I ronunc uil ion . 

Kirkfoord 
Lu-ez 






Lu-is 




Lurgashall 
Lyminster 
Maewul 
Mailing 
Mastrick 


Ludgershawl 
Linstur 
Mayfield 
Marling 
Marstick 




May field 
Netherfield 
Ninfield 


Maewul 
Nethyful 
Ninful 






Ninvul 




Oving 

Parham 


Ooving 

Parrum 




I'ovensey 

Piddinghoe 
Poynings 


Pemsc\ 
Pinsy 
Piddinghoo 
runnings 



128 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. Pronunciation. 


Sussex 


Pyecombe 


Pye-coom 


(Continued) 








Ruddervul 


Rotherfild 




Rudgwick 


Rudgick 




Seaford 


Seafoord 




Selmeston 


Simpson 




Slaugham 


Slaffum 




Sompting 


Sounting 






Summut 




Steyning 


Stenning 




Stoketon 


Storton 




Stoughton Stretun 




Udimore Udimer 




Walburton Warberton 


Warwickshire 


Alcester Alster 








Auster 





Bedworth Beroth 




Birmingham 


Brum 






Brummajum 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. \ 29 


ity. Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Warwickshire 

(Continued) 


r.ramcotte 
Bulkington 


Hruncut 
Buckingtun 


Colly Croft Colly-craft 


Coton 


Cowitun 


Foleshill 


Foicehill 




Kenihvorth 


Killingworth 


Kersley 


Carsley 


Kinwarton 


Kinnertun 




Mancester 


Mancettur 




Marston Jabbet Mas'n 


Mcriden \Iere-den 


Nuneaton \ eaton 




Pailton Peltun 




Shuckburgh Suckbro' 




Warwick \Varrirk 




Weston Wcs^H 


Westmoreland Urough 


BrufiT 


( irassmere ( ' ursmer 



130 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Westmoreland 

(Continued) 


Kirkby Thore 
Overthwaite 


Kirby Thure 
Worfat 




Ravenstonedale Rissendale 


Wiltshire 


Amesbury 


Ambry 




Corsham 


Cosham 




Hockwold 


Hockold 




Hullavington 
Mildenhall 


Hullington 
Mi-nal 






Mi-nel 




Minetry 


Myntry 




Rollstone 


Rowleston 




Salisbury 


Sarum 






Saulsberry 


Worcestershire 




Wooster 




Aldchurch Orlchurch 




Alvechurch 


Allchurch 




Evesham 


E-sham 






E-sn 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 131 


County. 

Worcestershire 

(Continiuii) 


Name. 

Evesham 
Fcamal Heath 


Pronunciation. 

E-sum 
Furnul H. 


Kidderminster 


Kiddy 


Kyre 


Keer 




Malvern 


Mawvern 
Mollvun 






Morvun 




Pershore 


Purshire 






Paw* haw 




Ravenhill 


Raffel 




int Kenelms Kenelums 


Worcestd 


Wooster 


Yorkshire 




/ Riding Aldborough 


Aubruf 




Awbero 






Ollbro 


r.eetbrd 


,tath 


Bessingby 


nby 



132 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Yorkshire, E. 

(Continued) 


Bewholme 
Birdsall 


Bewan 
Bodsill 




Bridlington 


Bollintun 




Burdale 


Bod-ill 




Burlington 


Bollitun 




Burnby Bonby 




Burstwick Bostwick 




Burton 


Bot'n 






Bottun 




Burton Pidsea Bottun Pidsa 




Catwick 


Cattick 




Cranswick 




Cransick 




Dowthorpe Doo-thrup 




Driffield Dhriffal 




Easington 


Ezingtun 






Ez-entun 




Escrick 


Escrit 




Fangfos Fankess 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 133 


County. ,:ue. 


Pronunciation 


Yorkshire, 1 . Timber 

(Continued) 

Flixton 


Fimer 

Mecs'n 








Flotmanby 


Flotn'by 




Folkton 


l-'owtun 


Foxhill 


Gonsal 


Fridaythorpe 


Fraythrop 


Goodmanham 


Good-ma-din 


(ioxhill 


(lousill 


Grindall 


Grundill 


Gristhorpc 


Gricethrup 




Halsham 


Awsum 






Hornsum 




Heslington 


Hezlertun 




I lolmpton 


Humpton 






Umptun 




Humbleton 


Humraelton 




Hunmanby 


Hunnenby 




Hutton 


Yuttn 



134 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Yorkshire, E. 

(Continued) 


Keyingham 
Kilnwick Percy 


Kenningham 
Killick Percy 




Knapton 


Nappn 




Marfleet Marflit 




Meaux Abbey 


Muce Abbey 




Moorthorpe 


Motherup 




Mowthorpe Moothrup 




North Dalton Nor-Dot'n 




Osgodby Ozgerby 




Osset 


Ossit 




Ottringham Ootringum 




Owthorne Thorne 




Patrington Pathrington 




Reighton Reetun 




Rillington Rullington 




Rullitn 




Rimswell 


Rimsill 


Roos 


Ross 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 135 


ity. Name 


Pronunciation. 


Yorkshire, 

(Continued) 


Routh Rooth 
Rushton Carra | Little Reaston 




Sewerby 


Sewby 




Sigglesthorne 


Siggistun 




Skerne 


Skeean 




Skirlaugh 


Stella 




Skirlington Hill Skeletun Hill 




Southburn 


Soo-b'n 




Spurn 


Spon 




Sunk Island 


Sunk 




Thirkleby 


Thotlby 




Thixendale 


Thisendill 




Thorngumbold 


(iumberthorne 






Thorngumbawl 




'I'h wing 


Twing 






Wing 


Tipthorpe 


Tip-thrup 


Tunstall 


Tiinstill 



T 3 6 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 



County. 

Yorkshire, E. 

(Continued) 



North Riding 



Name. 

Ulrome 
Waghen 

Wansford 
Warter 

Weaverthorpe 
York 



Amotherby 

Ayton 
Ayton Little 

Bedale 
Brompton 

Cotherstone 



Pronunciation. 

Ooram 

Warn 

Wawn 

Wansfth 

Waithr 

Weeathrup 

E-yorick 

Yark 

Yorrick 

Amerby 

Emmerby 

Yattun 

Canny Ayton 

Canny Yattun 

Beedle 

Brumptun 

Bruntun 

Cutherstun 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 137 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Yorkshire. \. 

(Continued t 


Coxwold 
Harewood Da 


Cookwood 
le Harredale 






Harwood Dale 


Heworth 


Hewith 




Hutton Buscel Hutton Bushel 


Lofthouse 


Loftus 


Malton 


Morltun 


Rievaulx 


Reevo 




Rivers 






Rivis 




Scalby 


>rby 




Stokesley 


Sto/cley 


Veddon 


\ iddn 


West Riding Acaster 


\'akkister 


Acomb 


Aacomb 




Vaccam 


Adwalton 


Atherton 


Adwick 


Addick 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 



County. Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Yorkshire, W. 

(Continued) 


Almondbury 


Aambre 
Awmbre 






Ambry 






Omeby 


Alwnodley Gate 


Anley Gate 


Applehaigh 


Abbledah 


Askerne 


Ascrum 


Bailiffe Bridge 


Belley Brig 




Barkisland 


Barsland 


Barmborough 


Barmber 




Barnby-on-Dun 


Barmby Dun 




Barnoldswick 


Barlick 






Barnowick 




Barnsley 


Bairnsla 




Barugh 


Barf 




Bark 


Booth Dean 


Booith Deyne 


Booth Town 


Boors Taan 



Dialectal Place- No nunciature. 



'39 



County. Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Yorkshire, \V. Booth Town 

(Continued) 

Bradford 


Booith Taan 
Bradfurth 


Braithwell 


Brewcll 


ckholes 


Brockhoiles 


Brodsworth 


Brods-uth 


Brighouse 


Briggus 


Cade by 


Catby 


Calverley 


Caw via 


Carr Lane- 


Carr Loin 


Cart worth 


Cartwoth 


C a wood 


Coward 


( 'uwthorne 


Cawthron 




Cawthrum 


Chevet 


Chete 


Churwell 


Churrill 


Coley 


Cooaly 


Cromwell 




Bottom 


Crumil Bothum 



140 Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Yorkshire, W. 

(Continued) 


Cudworth 


Codduth 
Cudoth 




Cumberworth 


Cumber-woth 




Denby Dale 


Demby Dale 




Denholme 


Dennum 




Dewsbury 


Daouzbry 






Dewsbry 




Dodworth 


Dod-uth 




Elland 


Yelland 




Farnley 


Faernley 




Giethwaites 


Giefitts 




Golcar 


Gowker 


Goldthorpe 


Go-thrup 




Gunthwaite 


Gunfit 




Harewood 


Harwood 




Hartshead 


Harchit 






Horeth 




Heaton 


Yetton 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 



141 



County. 

Yorkshire, \V. 

(Continued} 



Name. 

Heckmondwike 

Hemsworth 

Heptonstall 

High Hoyland 

Hightown 

Hepperholme 

Holdsworth 

Holywell Green 

Hooton Pagnall 

Ilkley 

Keighley 

Kexborough 

Kirkheaton 

Kirklees 

Kirkthorpc 

Lanchcad 



Pron unciAt ion 

Heckonwick 

Himswuth 

Hepponstel 

Hegh Huyland 

Hetaan 

Hipruni 

Hollder 

Holldeth 

Hollywell Green 

Hutton Pannell 

Eethla 

Keethla 

Kesper 

Kurkyeaton 

Yeaton 

Kirkless 

Kithrup 

Loinhcad 



142 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


County. 

Yorkshire, W. 

(Continued 


Name. 

Lindley 

' T 1 

Lockwood 


Pronunciation. 

Linly 
Lockerd 




Longwood 
Malham 


Longud 
Mawn 




Masbro 


Mazbro 




Meltham 


Meltem 




Mirfield 


Mirfilld 




North Dean 
Northowram 


Nordeyne 
Northarum 




Norwood Green Norrods Green 




Oxenhope 
Pontefract 


Oxnup 
Pom frit 




Pool 


Poo-il 




Rishworth 


Rushworth 




Rothwell 


Roddill 







Rowell 




Sand-le-Mere 
Sedbergh 


Sandymer 
Sedber 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 143 


ity. Name 


Pronunciation. 


Yorkshire, \V. Shipden 

(Continued) 

Skircoat 


Shipdin 
Skircoite 


Slaithwaite 


Slaat 


Southowram 


Slawet 

Sahtharum 


Sowerby 


Soreby 


Sowerby Bridge 


Soervy Brig 


Soyland 


Swilland 


Stodfold 


Stotfud 


Thurlestone 


Thulsn 




Thurlstn 


Ulleskelf 


Ulskelf 


\Varley 


\\arely 


U'entworth 


\Vintuth 


\Vharncliffe 


WornclirTe 


Wheatley 


\V T heeatley 


Whoulsicke 


Hole-syke 


Wombwell 


Woomhill 



144 Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Yorkshire, W. 

(Continued) 


Wooldale 


Woodle 
Oodle 




Worsborough 


Wosbough 




WALES. 




Anglesea 


Beaumaris 


Bo-marris 


Brecknockshire Brecon 


Bo-moris 
Breckun 


Carmarthenshire 
Carnarvonshire 


Langharne 
Bettwys-y-coed 


Larne 
Bet-toes-uh-kode 




Llandudno 


Landidno 


Denbighshire 


Denbigh 


Denby 




Llangollen 


Thlangothlan 


Flintshire 


Bistre 


Beastbree 






Beasttree 




Hawarden 


Hard'n 






Harding 




Horden 



Dialectal Plact-Nomenclaturf. 145 


County. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Flintshire 


Rhyll 


Rill 


(Continued) 






Glamorganshire 


Beaupore 


Bewper 




Bonvilston 


Bolstun 




Colwinston 


Colstun 




Evenny 


\Venny 




Flemingston 


Flimstun 


Merionethshire 


Bab 


Bahla 




Cader Idris 


Kad-er E-dris 




Dolgelly 


Dolgethly 


Montgomeryshire 


Montgomery 


Montgumery 


Pembrokeshire 


I laverford, West Harfoard, West 




Swansea 


Swanzy 




Trefgarne 


Trogan 


Radnorshire 


Glosbury 


Glaizberry 




SCOTLAND. 




Argyleshire 


Tyhnar Bruarch Tinna Bruach 


Ban fish ire 


Doon 


Orn 



T 4 6 



Dialectal Place- Nomenclature. 



County. 

Roxburghshire 
Kirkcudbright 



Connaught 



Name. 

Jedburgh 
Kirkcudbright 

IRELAND. 
Leitrim 



Pronunciation. 

Jethart 
Kirkoobry 



Leetrim 



Dialectal Place-Nomenclature. 147 


IRiucr jaamcs. 


Name. Pronunciation. County 


Clwyd 


Clu-id Wales 


Calne 


Cone Suffolk 


Derwent 


Durrant Derbyshire- 


Dove 


Dove Derbyshire 


Frame 


Krumc Dorsetshire 


Ouse 


Ooze Yorkshire 


Thames 


Temz Middlesex 

"^pr 



Family Surnames. 149 


jFamilp Surnames. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Annesley 


Annsly 


. \nstruther 


Anster 


Ayscough 


Askew 




Askey 


Balguy 


Borgy 


Bartholomew 


Battlemore 


Beaconsfield 


Beckonsfeld 


Beauchamp 


Beechm 


Beauclerc 


Boclark 


Bedel 


Biddell 


Berkeley 


Barkly 


Bethune 


Beaton 



150 Family Surnames. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Bevan 


Bevvn 


Blount 


Blunt 


Blythe 


Bligh 


Bokenham 


Buckenham 


Bosanquet 


B6se-n-gate 


Bourke 


Burk 


Bowen 


Bo-en 




Bow-en 


Bracegirdle 


Breskittle 


Bromby 


Brumby 


Bromley 


Brumly 


Brougham 


Broom 


Broune 


Broon 


Brousil 


Browsil 


Cadogan 


Cadduggun 


Caius 


Keys 


Charteris 


Charters 


Cholmondeley 


Chumly 



family Surnames. 1 5 1 


Name 


Pronunciation. 


Clough 


duff 


Cockburn 


Coburn 


Coke 


Cook 


Colclough 


Cokeley 


Colquhoun 


Ker-hoon 


Compton 


Cumtun 


Coutts 


Coots 


Cowper 


Cooper 


Cre Fydd 


(Griffith 


Creser 


Crezer 


Crichton 


Cri-tun 


( 'rompton 


Crumtun 


Dakiel 


De-ell 


Davenport 


Devnport 


Denvent 


Darwent 


Dray ton 


Rattn 


Dumaresque 


Du-meric 


Karquhar Farker 



152 Family Surnames. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Featherstonhaugh 


Fetherstun 


Foljambe 


Fulljm 


Froude 


Frood 


Gifford 


Jiffud 


Glamis 


Glams 


Goddard 


Gothard 


Gonville 


Gunville 


Goodricke 


Goodrich 


Gough 


Goff 


Gould 


Gold 


Gresley 


Greesly 


Grier 


Greer 


Grosvenor 


Grovener 


Guerin 


Geering 


Hague 


Haigh 


Halket 


Hacket 


Heathcote 


Hethcut 


Heron 


Hern 



Family Surnames. 153 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Hobart 


Hubbert 


Home 


Hume 


Hotham 


Huthm 


Hough 


Huff 


Hufton 


Huffin 


Hulmc 


Hoom 


Jacoby 


J'co-by 


Jago 


lago 


Kerr 


Karr 


Knollys 


Noles 


Laslett 


Lacy 


Lanyon 


Le Nine 




Lan-yon 


Laghe 


Lackey 


I .en Lee 


Leea 


Leatherwood Laithut 


;ird Lcdiru'd 



J54 Family Surnames. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Legh 


Lee 


Leigh 


Lee 


Leighlon 


Layton 


Leveson-Gower 


Luson-Gore 


Ludlow 


Ladley 


Macleod 


Mac-cloud 


Mackay 


Mackie 


Mahon 


Mahoun 


Mainwaring * 


Mannering 


Marjoribanks 


Marchbanks 


Marlborough 


Maulburer 


Maughan 


Mauffan 


Menzies 


Mingis 


Meredith 


Merry dith 


Mereweather 


Merryweather 


Meredydd 


Mer-dith 


Methven 


Meffen 


Milichamp 


Millichip 



Family Surnames. 155 


Name. 


Pronunciation 




Millchop 




Millinchip 


Mohoun 


Moon 


Mountmorres 


Mountmorris 


Mylles 


Mills 


Palk 


Pork 


Pole-Carew 


Pool, Gary 


Pole, Chandos 


Pool, Shandus 


Powell 


Po-el 




Pow-el 


Ponsonby 


Punsunby 


Powlctt 


Porlet 


I'uleston 


Pilston 


Raleigh 


Kawley 


Reay 


Rays 


Reynolds 


Ren-aids 




Ray-nalds 


Rhys 


Rheece 



156 Family Surnames. 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Rolleston 


Rolestun 


Rouse 


Ruse 


Roughsedge 


Roostidge 


Rowbotham 


Roobottum 


Rowlinson 


Rollisun 


Ruthven 


Riven 


Sacheveril 


Susheverell 


Saint Glair 


Sinclair 


Saint John 


Sinjun 


Saint Leger 


Sellinger 


Saint Maur 


Seemer 


Saint Quentin 


S. Quintin 


Sartorius 


Sartaris 


Saunders 


Sandurs 


Sciennes 


Sheens 


Shuttleworth 


Shittleworth 


Sneyd 


Sneed 


Somers 


Summers 



l'\unily Surnames. 157 


Name. 


Pronunciation. 


Sowerby 


Soresby 


Steblc 


Steeble 




Stonehewcr Stannier 


Stonnier 


Strachan 


Strorn 


Strahan 


Strorn 


Thomas Tom-oes 


Tommus 


Thynnc Tin 


Toddenhani Tuddenham 


Tollemache Tolemash 


Trevelyan Trevethlan 


Trebilcocks Treble-cocks 


Urquhart 


Urkart 


Yaughan 


Vbra 




Worn 




Wan 


I 


Vaulx 


Yorx 



158 



Family Surnames. 



Name. 

Wemyss 

Wightwick 

Wodehouse 

Wolseley 

Wortley 

Wormald 

Wrotham 



Pronunciation. 

Weems 

Wittick 

Woodhouse 

Woolzy 

Wurtley 

Wurmuld 

Rootum 




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Page tax For Tunstnll read Turnstall. 

,, Tuenstill ,, Turnstead. 

Wasah ,. Wasal. 

133 - Debhage ,, Debbage. 

127 - Mastrick ,, Mastock. 

,, Ma ,, Mastick. 

135 ii Rushton Carra ,, Ruston Pan-a. 

139 (Cromwell Bottom should be under Nottinghamshire.) 

140 - For Codduth read Coaduth. 
147 - Nordeyre Nordene. 

,, Sandymer ,, Sandymere. 

143 - ,. Shipden Shibdcn. 

- ,, Shipdin Shibdn. 

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