Two Papers, Entitled "The Severn and Other Wye Rivers" and "The Meaning of Minster in Place-names": (read at Meetings of the Philological Society on Friday, 2nd November, 1928, and on Friday, 28th October, 1927, Respectively) with an Additional Chapter on "Conjectural Meanings of the Individual Minster Place-names" and Notes on Both Papers
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Abbey Alderminster ancient apparently Axminster Beaminster Brancminster Buckminster Camden century charter church common noun dicitur Domesday form Domesday Survey Dorset Dugdale Eadgar earliest ecclesiastical Geoffrey gives Glos Gloucester Gloucestershire Haveren head-streams Hist Hundred instances Iwern Iwerne Minster Kent Kidderminster King Alfred's kymwt land term Latin liable to floods lists of religious Little Ouse low-lying Lyminster Lytchett Lytchett Minster manor Marsh Marshland marshy land meadows meaning mentioned miles Minsterley Minsterton Minsterworth monastery monastic monks Newminster old name origin Pennard Pitminster place called Place Names place-names Priory probably religious foundation river Stour Romans Sabren Sabrina Saxon says Severn shortened form Somerset Southminster ster stream Stur Sture Sturminster Marshall Sturminster Newton Sussex swamp Thames to-day town translation tributary Upminster variants Vernwy Village and parish Wales Warminster Welsh name Wern Westminster Whitminster Wigorna Worcester word minster word monasterium