toft

small enclosure close to a cottage (croft) (R 170)
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Toft

Toft is a placename and surname of Norse origin. Place-names ending in -toft are usually derivations of the Old Norse word topt meaning ″site of a house, farm″. As a place-name and place-name particle, it occurs in Denmark and Scania (as -toft[e]), in England, Shetland and Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, (as -toft), in Sweden (as -tofta) and in N...
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Toft

• (n.) A grove of trees; also, a plain. • (n.) A place where a messuage has once stood; the site of a burnt or decayed house. • (n.) A knoll or hill.
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toft

1. A knoll or hill. 'A tower on a toft.' ... 2. A grove of trees; also, a plain. ... 3. A place where a messuage has once stood; the site of a burnt or decayed house. ... Origin: OE. Toft a knoll; akin to LG. Toft a field hedged in, not far from a house, Icel. Topt a green knoll, grassy place, place marked out for a house, Dan. Toft. ... Source: We...
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Toft

Toft noun [ Middle English toft a knoll; akin to LG. toft a field hedged in, not far from a house, Icelandic topt a green knoll, grassy place, place marked out for a house, Danish toft .] 1. A knoll or hill. [ Obsolete] 'A tower on a toft .' Piers Plowman...
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Toft

A plot of land on which once stood a building which attracted common rights.
Found on http://www.mdlp.co.uk/genweb/glossary.htm

toft

a small hill
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toft

small enclosure close to a cottage (croft) (R 170)
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22223
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