northanger (northanger) wrote,
northanger
northanger

this is good

grabbing asteroid keywords found this:

CRAWFORD :: Derived from the Gaelic "cru" meaning bloody , and "ford" meaning 'pass or crossing,' the CRAWFORD surname is believed by most to mean a crossing of blood. Believed to be first assumed by the proprietor of the lands and barony of Crawford, in Lanarkshire, Scotland. A possible similar derivation comes from "crawe" meaning 'crow' and "ford" meaning 'pass or crossing.' — Surname Origin: Scottish, Norman : Alternate Surname Spellings: CROFFORD, CRAWFFORD, CRAUFURD, CRUFORD.

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