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WIELL(A) TūN > WILTON

This is an English locational name from any of the various places so called in Cumberland, Herefordshire, Norfolk, Somerset, Wiltshire and Yorkshire. Wilton in Somerset and Yorkshire have as their first element, the Old English pre 7th century "wiell(a)", a spring or stream. The place that has given its name to Wiltshire derives its name from the Celtic river "wylye", an ancient British river name, possibly meaning "tricky stream, capricious".

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