Major Settlement in the Parish of Winterbourne
- Wintreborne 1086 DB
- Winterburn(a), Wynterburn(a), Wynterburne 12 Glouc 1155–1195 P 1156,1158 RBE 1179–1205 Glouc 1202 Cur 1203 Abbr 1211–13 Fees 1440 Pat
- Wynterbourn(e) 1291 Tax 1316 FA 1535 VE
- Maydene Wynterbourn(e) 1339 Orig
- Wynterborn' 1303 FA 1492 Comp
'Stream which runs chiefly in winter', v. winter , burna .Rudder 834 reported that the stream ran in both summer and winter; but such names could denote streams which in winter carry a sufficient body of water to be useful, as distinct from a summer trickle.The allusion in the affix Maydene - is not known, but usually it refers to a tenure by maiden ladies or nuns (v. mægden ).