Burlorne (EN) / Boselowen (KW)

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Elements: 

bos

Meaning: 
dwelling

elowen

Meaning: 
elm tree
Elements notes: 
<bos> 'dwelling' + <elowen> 'elm tree'
Historic forms: 
Bodolowen 1243 (Gover, 1948) Bothelowen 1277 (Gover, 1948) Bodlouen 1277 (Gover, 1948) Bodlowen 1277 (Gover, 1948) Bodlowendregoys 1283 (Gover, 1948) Bodeloweneglos 1311 (Gover, 1948) Boslowen Tregoys 1311 (Gover, 1948) Bodeloweyn 1313 (Gover, 1948) Bodlouwarn 1327 (Gover, 1948) Bodelewen 1334 (Gover, 1948) Bodlowern 1334 (Gover, 1948) Bothelewen 1386 (Gover, 1948) Bothlowen Eglos c1420 (Gover, 1948) Borlowerne 1469 (Gover, 1948) Belawhen Tregoys 1502 (Gover, 1948) Bodlevoren 1516 (Gover, 1948) Bodlawen 1516 (Gover, 1948) Bodlaweneglos [?date] (Gover, 1948) Burlawren 1585 (Gover, 1948) Burlawn SW 99745 7060 [Situated south of Wadebridge] Burlawn 2016 (CC Mapping, 2016) Burlorne Eglos 2016 (CC Mapping, 2016) Burlorne Pillow 2016 (CC Mapping, 2016) Burlorne Tregoose 2016 (CC Mapping, 2016) Burlorne Tregoose Barn 2016 (CC Mapping, 2016) Higher Burlorne 2016 (CC Mapping, 2016) Lower Burlorne Farm 2016 (CC Mapping, 2016) Lower Burlorne Tregoose 2016 (CC Mapping, 2016)