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... of origin Earliest form Derivation Avon 1974 Brythonic n/a Named after the River Avon ... Avon is a Brythonic word meaning river ... Bedford itself derives from Bieda's ford Berkshire Ancient Brythonic + Old English Bearrucscir Shire of Berrock Wood ...
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