English Place-name Society

Survey of English Place-Names

A county-by-county guide to the linguistic origins of England’s place-names – a project of the English Place-Name Society, founded 1923.

suthberg

Field in the Parish of Cabourne

Historical Forms

  • suthberg Hy2 Newh
  • Suthberch c.1150 TYR Hy3 GCB
  • Suthberche Hy3 GCB
  • Sudberhyll 1577 Terrier
  • Sudburd Hill 1601 Terrier 1697 Terrier
  • Sudburd hill 1606 Terrier 1654 Terrier 1686 Terrier
  • Sudbur hill 1612 Terrier
  • Sudber hill 1625 Terrier
  • Sudburde hill 1638 Terrier
  • Sudburde Hill 1662 Terrier
  • Sudbarde Hill 1674 Terrier
  • Sudbar Hill 1674 Terrier
  • Sudburd-hill 1707 Terrier

Etymology

suthberg l12(Ed1), Suthberch l12(Hy4),Hy3(Hy4), Suthberche Hy3(Hy4), Sudberhyll 1577, Sudburd Hill(sic) 1601,1697, Sudburd hill 1606, 1654, 1686, Sudbur hill 1612, Sudber hill 1625, Sudburde hill 1638,Sudburde Hill 1662, Sudbarde Hill, Sudbar Hill 1674, Sudburd-hill 1707('the south hill', v. sūð,berg, with the addition of explanatory hyll in later forms)