Camlann

Camlann comes from the legends of King Arthur, the name of a place and the final battle of King Arthur in which he either dies there, killed by Mordred, or was fatally wounded. The name might be derived *Cambo-landa meaning "crooked land" or *Cambo-glanna meaning "crooked bank (of a river), from Proto-Celtic *kambos (crooked) and either Old Irish lann (land) or Gaulish glanna (bank … Continue reading Camlann

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Hamilton

Hamilton comes from a surname derived from the name of a town that no longer exists in Leicestershire, England. It means "crooked hill" from Old English hamel (crooked, mutilated) and dun (hill). Origin: Old English