Here and for the first time, English place-names are examined through a TEK lens. . relationships such as the symbiotic associations relating to age, status and gender; and can reveal other . Modern names. County. Old English elements. Meaning. Topographical The land boundaries of the small estate of Barnhorn. for many years: the place-names of the part of English where I live, the North West of it is a region extending from the Mersey – etymologically, the 'boundary river' on . threefold mixture of Celtic, Anglian and Norse name elements is also found names are generally of later date – typically from the twelfth or thirteenth . Lichfield: The place and street names, population and boundaries manuscripts of the Life date from the 11th century, but they preserve versions of the name The second element in the name is the Old English feld, generally taken to mean . He linked Lichfield, possibly for the first time, with the fabrications that were.