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Survey of English Place-Names

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daulandes

Field in the Parish of Wold Newton

Historical Forms

  • daulandes eHy2 Alv eHy3 Alv
  • dedelandes eHy3 Alv
  • le dedelond eHy3 Alv

Etymology

daulandes(sic) eHy3(13), dedelandes, le dedelond eHy3(13)(It is most likely that Daulandes and dedelandes refer to thesame selions. It is remarkable that here we have a second example ofthe interchange of ON  dauð and its OE cognate dēad, the senseprobably being'the barren, uncultivated selions'. Cf. dedlandes andDouthlandes in West Rasen f.ns.(b), PN L 3120)