⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'hythe' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a hythe | hythes
hythe [archaic]
Schiffslände {f} [regional, häufig südd., österr.] [Landungs­platz für Schiffe, Boote]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • A rural community called Queenhythe (or Queen Hythe) exists in the Saint Ann parish of Jamaica. As with many place names in that country, it is named after a locality in England.
  • Small Hythe (or Smallhythe) is a hamlet near Tenterden in Kent, England. The population is included in Tenterden.
  • It is located next to the Hythe spur of the Thames Path in Egham Hythe, historically also known as Staines hythe, the last word meaning small harbour or river harbour.
  • 'Garlickhythe' refers to the nearby landing place, or "hythe", near which garlic was sold in medieval times.
  • The name "Aldreth" occurs as "Alreheða" in the 1170 Pipe rolls, and means "landing-place by the alders", from a combination of the Old English words for "alder" and "hythe".
  • Other explanations of the name have been 'Red Rose Haven' and 'rehra' (mariner's) hythe (haven or landing place).
  • Ultimately the name derives from the Anglo-Saxon "Puttan hythe", meaning Putta's landing place.
  • Greenhithe comes from the Old English word 'hithe' or 'hythe', meaning wharf.
  • This would suggest that the port's name referred to not one, but two rocky hills at the hythe - the Port Hill and the Greencastle.
  • Goods were loaded at its common hythe (wharf) for transport into the fen waterway system from at least 1100.
  • Old Heath has existed since Saxon times and was originally called 'Old Hythe' because it was the first port of Colchester, before Hythe (called Newehethe in 1311) took over: hythe derives from the Old English word for 'landing place'.
  • Smallhythe Place in Small Hythe, near Tenterden in Kent, is a half-timbered house built in the late 15th or early 16th century and since 1947 cared for by the National Trust.
  • It became a significant Saxon port with a hythe or quayside and artisan quarters.
  • It is formed from the Old English 'lamb' and 'hythe'.
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