STREET (L. _stratum_), 'a Roman road;' as _Strat_ford, _Stratt_on, _Streat_ham. [See _Street_ in Dict.]
SU (Turk.), 'water;' as Kara_su_.
TAIN (Gael.), 'a river;' as the _Tyne_, prob. a form of _Don_.
TAM (Celt.), 'still,' 'smooth;' as the _Tham_esis ('smooth Isis'), the _Tema_, _Tame_, _Tamar_, _Tay_.
THING (Scand.), 'a legislative assembly,' also 'the place where it is held;' as in _Ding_wall, _Tin_wald, _Tyn_wald Hill, _Tain_.
THORPE (Norse), DORF (Ger.), DORP (Dut.), 'a village;' as Burnham-_Thorpe_, Hey_thorpe_, Dussel_dorf_, Middle_dorp_.
THWAITE (Scand.), 'a clearing;' as Cross_thwaite_.
TOBAR (Gael.), 'a fountain;' as _Tober_mory.
TOFT (Dan.), 'an enclosure;' as Lowes_toft_, Ive_tot_.
TON (A.S.), 'enclosure,' 'town;' the most common of English local suffixes.
TOR (Celt.), 'a tower-like rock;' as _Tor_bay, _Tor_phichen, _Turr_iff, _Tor_bolton, Kin_tore_, _Torr_idon. [From L. _turris_, 'a tower,' and its derivatives are _Torres_-Novas and _Torres_-Vedras in Portugal, _Trux_illo in Spain, _Tour_coing in France.]
TRE (W.), 'a dwelling;' as _Tre_town, Coven_try_ ('convent dwelling'), Oswes_try_, Uchil_tre_.
UCHEL (W.), 'high;' UACHTER (Gael.), 'a height;' as the _Ochil_ Hills, _Ochil_tree, _Auchter_arder.
VAR, VARAD (Hungarian), 'a fortress;' as Nagy_varad_.
VAROS (Hungarian), 'a town;' as Uj_varos_.
VILLE (Fr.,--L. _villa_), VILLA (It., Sp., Port.), WELL (Eng.), 'an abode;'
as Tanker_ville_, Yeo_vil_, Potts_ville_, Kettle_well_, Brad_well_, Max_well_town.
WADY (Ar.), 'a river-course,' 'a river.' See Guad.
WALL, found in many names of places on the Roman wall from Newcastle to Carlisle; as _Wall_send, _Wall_head.
WEALD, WOLD (Ger. wald), 'a wood;' _Walt_ham, _Wald_en, the Cots_wolds_; Schwarz_wald_ ('Black Forest').
WHANG. See Hoang.
WICK, WICH (A.S. _wic_), 'a village;' as in Ber_wick_, War_wick_, Green_wich_, Sand_wich_.
WICK (Scand., Ice. _vik_, 'a creek'); as _Wick_ in Caithness.
WORTH (A.S.), 'a farm' or 'estate;' as Tam_worth_, Kenil_worth_, Bos_worth_, _Worth_ing, Pol_warth_, Jed_burgh_=Jed_ward_.
WY or GWY (W.), 'water;' as the _Wye_; used as affix to many streams, as Con_way_, Med_way_.
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS, TOGETHER WITH SIGNS AND SYMBOLS USED IN MEDICINE AND MUSIC.
A. Amateur; Academician.
A. Accepted; acre; active; afternoon; _annus_, year; _ante_, before.
[=A] or [=A][=A], in prescriptions, of each a like quantity.
A. or ANS. Answer.
A1. First-class (of ships).
A.A.C., _anno ante Christum_=In the year before Christ.
A.A.Q.M.G. Acting Assistant Quartermaster-general.
A.A.S., _Americanae Antiquarianae Societatis Socius_, Fellow of the American Academy.
A.B. Able-bodied seaman.
A.B., _Artium Baccalaureus_=Bachelor of Arts.
ABB. Abbess; Abbot; Abbey.
ABBR. or ABBREV. Abbreviated, or Abbreviation.
A.B.F.M. American Board of Foreign Missions.
AB INIT., _ab initio_=From the beginning.
ABR. Abridged; Abridgment.
A.B.S. American Bible Society.