Bradfield Combust

Bradfield Combust is a village in Suffolk, England. According to Eilert Ekwall the meaning of the village name of "Bradfield" is "the wide fold" (syn. Bradefeld, Bradfelda, Bradefelda). "Combust" is derived from "Combusta" Latin fem. = burnt or burned; medieval syn. "Brent"

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