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What is the funniest town in UK?
Bromsgrove in Worcestershire is home to the funniest people in Britain, a poll of 26,000 singletons has found. The poll found that the town, which has a population of 30,000 people, has the most jokers-per-head in the UK.
What’s the most common town name in England?
Richmond – itself named after Richmond in North Yorkshire – tops the list which also includes Oxford in third place. It has 41 settlements named after it.
Is Brokenwind a real place?
The Hamlet of Brokenwind is located near the village of Newmachar, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It was voted third ‘worst place names’ in the British Isles in 2012.
What does Wick mean in place?
Back. Suffix Wich or Wick From Anglo-Saxon Wic. The suffix wich or wick in many of the place-names including Greenwich , Warwick , etc ., comes from the Anglo-Saxon wic meaning a village ; this in turn , states a writer in the Detroit News , is apparently an adaptation of the Latin vicus for village .
What are Old English names?
Popular Baby Names , origin old-english
|Alvin||elf wine, noble friend||Old-English|
What does Cote mean in a place name?
COTT OR COTE. Place names ending in cott or cote are usually derived from the Saxon word for house ‘cott’. DEAN OR DENE. This is usually a corruption of denu, which meant a little valley.
What are the 4 capital cities of the UK?
What are cities called in England?
List of cities
|City||Year granted or confirmed||Nation/region|
|City of London||time immemorial||London|
|Manchester||1853||North West, England|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||1882||North East, England|
|Newport (Welsh: Casnewydd)||2002||Wales|