|Subject:||Re: old english suffix|
|Author:||Satu (guest, 22.214.171.124)|
|Date:||September 3, 2002 at 3:48:22 PM|
|Reply to:||old english suffix by anaïs|
in most cases -den means "valley".
When the suffix originally was -don instead of -den (Brandon - Branden), it means "hill"
Sometimes, when the names are forms of Old Norse names (e.g. Old English Alden from Old Norse Halvdan or Old English Denby from Old Norse Danby), the suffix/prefix means "Dane".
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