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*GARDAZ > GARDIN

This name derives from the Northern French word "gardin" (Modern French: jardin) which in turn derives from the Vulgar Latin “hortus gardinus” (enclosed garden). The name was introduced into the British Isles after the Norman Invasion of 1066. It is itself a diminutive of the pre 7th century Ancient Germanic word "*gardaz", meaning (enclosure).

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