Brent-ford
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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Brent-ford
Bregent-ford, Brægent-ford; gen. -fordes; dat. -forde, -forda; m. [Brent the river Brent, ford a ford: Brenford, Sim. Dun: Brendeford, Hunt.] BRENTFORD in Middlesex, situate where the river Brent flows into the Thames; oppidum in agro Middlesexiæ, in sinu quodam ubi se in Tamesin effundit Brent fluvius Eádmund cyng férde ofer Temese æt Brentforda king Edmund went over the Thames at Brentford, Chr. 1016; Th. 282, 4, col. 1: 281, 26, col. 1.
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