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ContributorContrib.McLeeds on 6/30/2016
Meaning & History
A river in North-East England. It is taken to be of Old Celtic origin and meant 'blood-colored water', referring to the reddish-brown color of the river. In modern Welsh, the name would be waed dwr, 'blood water'. The Latin form of the name Verda seems to support this.